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- 4 slices lemon
- 2 slices lime
- splash passion fruit purée
- splash mango purée
- 1/2 Ounce agave nectar
- 1 Ounce orange juice
- 1 1/2 Ounce rum
- 1/2 Ounce citrus-infused rum
- 2-3 mint leaves
In a 16-ounce pint glass, add the lemon and lime wheels and the agave nectar. Muddle gently in a mixing glass. Add both rums. Fill glass with ice. Add purées, mint leaves, and orange juice. Shake vigorously. Strain and pour into a chilled glass. Garnish with sugarcane, lemon wheel, and mint sprig.
Pink Lemonade Sparkling Fruit Punch
We made the best juice mixture I&rsquove ever tasted. Hands down. This Pink Lemonade Sparkling Fruit Punch is a perfectly refreshing non-alcoholic beverage that was sweet and sparkly with just the amount of tart to give it that little kick. Delicious!
What is the iced passion tea lemonade drink?
- Tazo passion tea- Passion tea by Tazo, is a delicious and refreshing blend of hibiscus, passion fruit, orange peel and rose hips. They all come together in this uniquely tropical flavored tea, that is absolutely divine on it’s own or when you mix it with:
- Lemonade- Anything will do. You can buy a bottle, make your own, or put together a powdered mix. If you’re lemonade is already sweetened, the drink should be perfectly balanced. If you feel it needs more sweetness, feel free to add some simple syrup.
- Simple Syrup- An equal mixture of sugar and water heated over a flame until the sugar dissolves in the water. It’s great for any drinks, including cocktails. Feel free to make a bigger batch and store it for later use.
What is Prosecco?
Prosecco is a sparkling white wine made from the white Glera grape, the official grape of Prosecco.
What does Prosecco taste like?
Prosecco, a refreshing bubbly wine, features the fresh flavors of pear, apple and soft citrus.
Where is Prosecco from?
Prosecco originates from the Veneto region of Italy, originally known as Prosecco, hence the name of this sparkling wine.
- 6 ounces KINKY Pink Liqueur
- 6 ounces KINKY Vodka
- 24 ounces Lemon-Lime Soda
- 24 ounces Prickly Pear and Blood Orange Soda
- ice for chilling down punch
- Mix the KINKY Pink and KINKY Vodka together.
- Add the sodas together with the vodka and liqueur and pour into a serving pitcher.
- Add ice right before serving or chill beforehand.
- Serve with fun straws or cocktail napkins.
EASY Passion Tea Lemonade Recipe
This quick and easy Passion Tea Lemonade recipe by the pitcher made with Milo&rsquos Famous Sweet Tea is the perfect drink to share with your family this summer. With sweet tea, tangy lemonade and a hint of fresh blackberries, this might be your new favorite drink!
Milo&rsquos is one of my favorite brands that is always a must-have in my refrigerator. Milo&rsquos teas are 100% natural and do not contain preservatives or added colors. Their original sweet tea is what made Milo&rsquos famous. It&rsquos made with just 3 simple ingredients: filtered water, pure cane sugar, and fresh brewed tea, just like you would make at home. It&rsquos the ideal drink for the summer!
How do you make Passion Tea Lemonade?
I made this delicious Passion Tea Lemonade with Milo&rsquos Famous Sweet Tea, Milo&rsquos Lemonade, vanilla extract, fresh blackberries, ice and fresh lemons.
This refreshing summer drink only takes about 10 minutes to make by the pitcher. You can also spike it with vodka or bourbon for a tasty summer cocktail.
How to Prepare Blackberries for Passion Tea Lemonade
I love the taste of fresh summer blackberries in this passion tea lemonade! To prepare the blackberries for your drink you&rsquoll need to follow one of these steps.
In a mixer or food processor, puree a handful of fresh blackberries until smooth. If you don&rsquot have a food processor, you can muddle the blackberries with a bowl and wooden spoon.
If you muddled your blackberries, you&rsquoll have seeds in your drink. It&rsquos important to strain out the blackberry seeds before serving.
How to Strain Muddled Blackberry Seeds
Directions for using muddled blackberries in this recipe&hellip
After mixing all of the drink ingredients into your pitcher, add a strainer to the top of another pitcher and pour from the first pitcher into the new one. Repeat until you have strained most of the blackberry seeds.
Before serving, add ice, lemon slices and a few whole blackberries into your pitcher. It smells so delicious!
Where to Find Milo&rsquos Famous Tea
I find Milo&rsquos tea at my local Walmart in the refrigerated juice section. It&rsquos also available in unsweet or zero calorie sweetened with sucralose. Click Here to find a store with Milo&rsquos products near you.
WHAT’S IN PINK LEMONADE VODKA PUNCH?
For this pink lemonade with vodka recipe, all you need is some frozen pink lemonade concentrate, citrus vodka and some good old lemon-lime soda. That’s it! Oh and a few fresh berries and lemons for garnish. It’s so versatile too. You can easily add more vodka or more soda depending on your pitcher size or how many thirsty folks are crowding around your patio. Loving pink lemonade in a cocktail? Try this Pink Lemonade Margarita too!
Kids Party Drink Recipes
In a large pitcher, combine the lemonade mix
Stir until the mix is dissolved.
Fill four cups with ice and pour the lemonade into each glass.
Add one tablespoon grenadine to each glass.
- ½ cup pink lemonade mix (I used Country Time)
- 2 liters club soda
- 4 tablespoons grenadine
- In a large pitcher, combine the lemonade mix and club soda.
- Stir until the mix is dissolved.
- Fill four cups with ice and pour the lemonade into each glass.
- Add one tablespoon grenadine to each glass.
Makes 4 drinks
Prep time: 5 minutes
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Captain’s Passion Punch
I originally had planned to start this off with a mention of the sudden shift we’ve had from freezing cold to sunny and 80-someodd degrees. We seem to have skipped spring all-together, I would have said, and bounded into the days of BBQs and backyard events. At least that’s how it seemed last week when I refilled the propane tank, stocked up on alcohol, and proceeded to have my first enjoyable all-hours-outdoors day of the year so far.
However, to little surprise, this past weekend was not as beautiful. An inaccurate weather forecast on Friday led to me being stuck visiting in New Brunswick with only warm-weather clothes, which also led to 3 hours of being soaking wet and cold as I watched James and many of my friends in their college graduation ceremony, which also led to this wicked cough I’m sporting and the empty bag of Icy Strawberry Halls cough drops resting next to my keyboard. Sounds like the effects of spring to me…
Not to worry though, because the temperature is quickly rising again and by this weekend we’ll be back into beautiful weather territory. Then we can pretend those few ugly days of spring were just a figment of our imaginations and celebrate the warm sun (and new graduates!) with a pitcher or two of Captain’s Passion Punch.
I personally drink a lot of Captain Morgan, which is probably due both to my love of rum and the fact that this particular rum and I share a name. I know a surprising amount of people who say they aren’t fond of spiced rum, but I truthfully think, more times than not, they just haven’t found the right cocktail to use it in yet. The spice of Captain Morgan balances wonderfully with tropical fruit flavors or nutty liquors, and it works fantastic for both summertime drinks and holiday cocktails.
When I decided to make punch this past week, I knew I wanted to use Captain Morgan, but was surprised to see that there really aren’t many spiced rum punch recipes out there that are good for the summer. That’s when I remembered one of my favorite drinks that I order at TGI Fridays, Captain Morgan Island Rum Punch. Using similar ingredients, I decided to make my own version, and thus Captain’s Passion Punch was born.
This punch features Captain Morgan, Amaretto, passion fruit juice, pineapple juice, and fresh raspberries. It’s quick to put together and it’s delicious, which means it will definitely be made again at my house! I actually still have some leftover punch in the fridge (I made a lot), but that will be gone after I get home from work today. I’ve gotta do something to numb this sore throat, after all.
Make this for your next get-together, or simply mix up a few glasses for yourself. Feel free to experiment with the ingredient proportions until you get a strength and flavor that is right for you. Luckily, you can’t really mess up with this– no matter what you do, it’s going to taste good!
Starbucks uses triple-filtered water
Every day the baristas at Starbucks make tea concentrate by adding tea bags to triple-filtered water. They also make the lemonade mixture by adding triple-filtered water to the 2X lemonade concentrate. Finally, all ice is made from triple-filtered water.
It goes without saying, the bulk of every tea and coffee drink is water. Unfortunately, the taste of water in our homes varies significantly depending on its source. As a result, it’s essential to use filtered water. You’ll be amazed how much better all your drinks are at home when you use it. Personally, I use a Brita water pitcher like this one.
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