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Thirsty Thursday: Blood Orange Bourbon

Anytime a cocktail is just a mix and serve, I’m a huge fan. This blood orange bourbon cocktail is sure to be a hit because of its unexpected flavor. 

blood orange bourbon

Ingredients

½ cup freshly squeezed blood orange juice (strain the pulp if you wish)

3-5 tablespoons bourbon (depends on how boozy you want it)

2-3 drops of Angostura bitters

orange slices & sprigs of mint, for garnish

Instructions

Mix & serve!

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Thirsty Thursday: Bourbon Apple Cider Cocktail

This cocktail is sure to be a favorite during the fall! The best part about this is the ability to make a large batch in a crockpot! 

INGREDIENTS

6 oz warm apple cider

2 oz bourbon whiskey

cinnamon sticks and apples, for garnish (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Put the apple cider in a crock pot and heat on low for at least an hour.
  2. Pour 2 ounces of bourbon whiskey into a glass.
  3. Pour 6 ounces of warm apple cider over the whiskey. Stir gently to combine.

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Sipping Saturday- Brunch drinks

If you follow me on instagram you saw my post about the best brunch drink ever. Fill one glass of champagne with a splash of pomegranate juice. Add a splash of fresh orange juice and a little brown sugar. What is your favorite brunch drink? 
 

My favorite kind of breakfast? The bottomless kind #brunchcocktails #startingthedayoffright

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Sipping Saturday-raspberry pomegranate and champagne

I’ll be honest, I have mimosas more than I should, so for Christmas morning I decided to make something a little different. This is one of my favorite alternatives, it’s so full of champagne bubbles and is a cheery red color with the pomegranate juice!
 
 
This is all you need to add some cheer and help your sanity on Christmas morning. I add a splash of the Izze sparkling pomegranate juice, a lot of champagne and frozen raspberries to make this festive cocktail. 
 
What’s your morning cocktail for the holidays?
 
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