Cold Brew Cocktail

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We’ve entered the season of mulled wine and hot toddies, yet I’m posting a cold brew cocktail recipe. That goes to show how delicious this cocktail is! I just couldn’t wait to share it! Besides, I believe you can drink iced coffee all year round. There is no judgement over here!

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Snuggled under a pile of blankets with crackling candle lit on the mantle and this cocktail in hand, the bled of flavors almost tastes seasonal. If you still can’t get over the clinking of ice in your drink when it’s dropped below 30˚ outside, you can always enjoy it warm. Just Pin the original recipe to test out after all the snow melts. Enjoy!

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Cold Brew Cocktail

Ingredients:

  • 1/4 C. cold brew concentrate
  • 1 C. skim milk
  • 2 oz. baileys
  • 1 oz. caramel vodka
  • Ice

Directions:

  • Pour all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker.
  • Shake for 15 seconds then pour into a glass.
  • Serve with ice and enjoy!
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Caramel Apple Sangria

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Caramel apples are my weakness. A few years ago, I let my guard down and ate as many caramel apples as my heart desired. It was all fun an games until I found myself reclined in an orthodontist’s chair. You may be asking what the connection between caramel apples and a trip to the orthodontist? Well, after about ten caramel apples the glue on my bottom retainer wore off and the poked tongue every time I moved my mouth. Quite a painful experience just for a few caramel apples!

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An emergency orthodontist visit later, one would think my love for caramel apples would have subsided. I’m here to say, the love affair is still going strong! However, I’ve learned to limit myself and try to sneak in the flavor combination in other ways. Therefore, I couldn’t wait to try my hand at making a batch of caramel apple sangria this fall season! It’s perfect to whip up and keep in the fridge for an imprint girls’ night, game day tailgate, or to warm up and sip at night next to a fire.

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Caramel Apple Sangria

Ingredients

  • 1/2 gallon apple cider
  • 1 bottle white wine
  • 2 C caramel vodka
  • 2 apples, chopped
  • Cinnamon sticks optional*

Directions:

  • Pour the apple cider, wine and vodka into a pitcher
  • Stir to combine and add in the chopped apple
  • Cover and place in the fridge overnight
  • Serve hot or cold with a cinnamon stick garnish

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Summer is too short to complain about the heat. Instead, embrace the long balmy nights and stay refreshed with a frozen cocktail. If you are a fan of keeping things simple, you will love this Strawberry Rosé Slush recipe! The base of the cocktail only requires two ingredients and is easily spiced up with a variety of garnishes.

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Craving something light and classic, I stuck with a zesty lemon slice. Other options include slices of pear, apple, a sprig of lavender, or fresh mint leaves. Since this recipe is so customizable, it makes the perfect dinner party drink! Lay out a tray with an array of garnishes and let guests chose their own flavor preference.

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Strawberry Rosé Slush

Ingredients:

  • Bottle of Rosé
  • 1 C. slices strawberries
  • Garnish (Lemon slices optional)

Directions:

  • Pour a bottle of Rosé into ice cube trays and leave in the freezer overnight to set
  • Blend the Rosé ice cubes with fresh strawberries until it reaches slushy consistency
  • Fill glasses with the slush and top with preferred garnish
  • Keep remaining slush in the freezer until ready to use