LUSH MINT LIMONATA

LUSH MINT LIMONATA

Are you feeling the heat yet? It’s been summer here in Texas since spring, so it’s no biggie! With the scorching heat comes a consistent urge to quench our taste.

Well, I had your taste bud in mind while mixing up this bad gyal! Yup! I said girl; we can be bad, too. I kid! This lush mint limonata will reset your weekend to a good start.

 

This cocktail is the absolute slurp for a chill evening. Whether you are celebrating with family and friends or toasting to the weekend( just because), this is the drink for you.

It’s been a long past week for us over here, so I thought I’d share this refreshing cocktail to cheer you into the weekend.

Speaking of a long week, we celebrated my pea’s third birthday a week ago, and it was a great success! If you read my previous post, you remember me setting myself up for disaster trying to do a lot by myself. Well, it’s safe to say I pulled it off(can I get a whoop whoop?)! So, I made:

 

  • Four layers of vanilla butter cake frosted with smooth blue buttercream, covered in white fondant and Pj Masks theme edible building outline.

 

  • Double chocolate coffee cake with buttercream frosting, covered in rainbow non-pariels sprinkles.

 

  • 48 counts of vanilla and chocolate flavored cupcakes.

 

Who knows, I might share one of the recipes in the future 🤞.

Back to the cocktail, for this refreshing glass of limonata, you’ll need;

 

What you’ll need

 

 

 

  •  Freshly squeezed lemon juice ( I often use this handy tool here to get all the juice out, it also conveniently separates the seeds and pulp from the liquid).
  • Triple sec or simple syrup
  • Vodka ( good quality, I used Grey Goose)
  • Ginger ale (I used Canada Dry)
  • Fresh Mint leaves
  • Ice cubes (You can use plain ice cubes, I wanted to jazz it up, so I added lime wedges in the ice tray before freezing it)

How to make it

  • Combine the lemon juice, triple sec, and vodka in a shaker.
  • Pinch the mint leaf to release the fragrance,
  • Add the ice cubes to a highball glass, pour the cocktail over ice and top with ginger ale.
  • Garnish with mint leaves and serve!

 

 

Are you looking for more scrumptious cocktails? Check out this one here and here. Please, drink with absolute responsibility.

There you have it, easy right? Do you have a summer favorite? Share a glass with us on our social media if you make this cocktail using the hashtag worldlytreat(#worldlytreat), we’d love to join the soirée. Don’t forget to pin it for later. Talk soon.

 

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Lush mint limonata

 

 

Lush Mint Limonata

July 29, 2018
: 2
: 8 min
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: 8 min
: EASY

A very refreshing lemony cocktail with a bit of a kick that is guaranteed to wow your friends at your next party or dinner.

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Ingredients
  • •8 ounces Lemon juice, Freshly squeezed (about 7 large lemons).
  • • 4 ounces Triple sec (simple syrup is fine, too)
  • • 8 ounces Vodka ( good quality)
  • •12 ounces Ginger ale
  • •Fresh mint leaves
  • •Ice cubes
Directions
  • Step 1 Combine the lemon juice, triple sec, and vodka in a shaker.
  • Step 2 Pinch the mint leaf to release the fragrance, add the ice cubes to a highball glass, pour the cocktail over ice and top with ginger ale. Garnish with mint leaves and serve!

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