Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Skinnygirl Cocktails Welcomes Summer During Memorial Day Weekend

Whether you’re planning a poolside BBQ with friends or just kicking back at the beach, take advantage of the unofficial kick-off of summer by mixing up some refreshing Skinnygirl® Cocktails’ recipes to keep you cool this Memorial Day.

Just in time for outdoor entertaining, Skinnygirl® Cocktails is pleased to announce two new ready-to-serve offerings – Skinnygirl® Sweet’arita andSkinnygirl® Sparkling Margarita. These super easy, fun twists on the classic margarita allow you to raise a glass to summer without having to raise a finger – just open, pour and enjoy!

Looking to mix up your own cocktails without breaking a sweat? The recipes below are simple to make and perfectly refreshing for summertime sipping!

Seashore Spritzer
·         1 part Skinnygirl™ Prosecco 
·         1 part light rum 
·         2 parts frozen lemonade
·         1 part seltzer

Preparation: Blend ingredients with a little crushed ice and pour into a flute glass.

Poolside Prosecco Punch
·         2 parts Skinnygirl™ Prosecco
·         2 parts limeade
·         Lime wheels for garnish (optional)
·         Sweetener (optional)

Preparation: Add all ingredients into a stemless wine glass and stir. Garnish with a lime wheel (optional).

Summertime Sipper
·         1 ½ parts Skinnygirl Meyer Lemon Vodka
·         Splash of DeKuyper Triple Sec
·         Splash of diet lemon-lime soda
·         Cherry or lemon slice for garnish
Preparation: Mix vodka and triple sec in a glass with ice. Top with a splash of diet lemon-lime soda. Garnish with cherries and a lemon.

Very Berry Lemonade
·         1 ½ parts Skinnygirl Meyer Lemon Vodka
·         2 parts sugar-free strawberry lemonade
·         Muddled blueberries, raspberries and strawberries
·         Splash of sparkling water
·         Blackberry or lemon wedge for garnish

Preparation: Mix vodka, lemonade, and muddled berries in a glass. Top with a splash of sparkling water and add ice. Garnish with a blackberry or lemon wedge.

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