The drink of the summer is definitely the fruit and wine slushie. I had to try it out for myself, so today I am sharing with you my Strawberry Rosé Slush. This marks drink seven in my eight week Summer Happy Hour Series, where I bring you drink recipes using fresh fruits. You will love this recipe because it is simple and only requires three ingredients. You’ll be sipping on slushies in no time.
Today marks week six of my Summer Happy Hour series, an eight week series of drink recipes using fresh fruits. Today I’d like to share with you a classic drink recipe. A longtime summer favorite with a berry twist, my Raspberry Mojito. This drink has a crisp and refreshing citrus flavor, with a hint of sweetness and mint flavor. The best part is that you don’t even need fancy tools to make this drink – it is mixed directly in the glass!
It’s time for another installment of my Summer Happy Hour series, an 8 week series of drink recipes using fresh fruits. Fireball fans, I think you’ll like this one! Today’s recipe is for my Fireball Orange Sweet Tea. It’s sweet and citrus-y, with a kick of cinnamon. This recipe would be wonderful year round, maybe using hot tea in the winter? I’ll have to try this when it’s not 90 degrees outside 🙂
Summer Happy Hour continues today with a new recipe for Watermelon Hard Lemonade. This drink is refreshing, light and sweet. Talk about the perfect summer combination – watermelon and lemonade. It’s easy to whip up with only 30 seconds in the blender. Make a double batch and fill a pitcher – you’ll want more than one!
This Fresh Grapefruit Margarita marks the second recipe of my Summer Happy Hour drink series. You’ll love this margarita because it is light, refreshing, and so pretty. I love the pale blush color you get from using fresh grapefruit juice. Now that I’ve made my own margaritas from fresh juice, I don’t think I can go back to anything else!