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Sparkling Blue Vodka Lemonade



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It’s always the right time of year for an electric, fresh, and fizzy cocktail

It may be the middle of winter but, believe it or not, hot summer days are right around the corner. Channel the steamy, lazy days of summer with this electrifying blue lemonade cocktail, perfect for outdoor picnics or those days where you wish you were at an outdoor picnic.

This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 Ounce white rum
  • 1 Ounce blue curacao
  • 3 Ounces Lemonade Sparkling Ice
  • Fresh berries, for garnish
  • Ice

Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!


Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail

The path to this Sparkling Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail was serendipity. My daughter Emily was in town this past week and I took some time off on Tuesday to join her and her husband Chris for lunch in historic downtown Castle Rock.

She chose Sienna, a restaurant in old Castle Rock and we lucked out we had a wonderful lunch. As we were reading menus the waiter mentioned the special of the day a prime rib sandwich with grilled onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Yes please…for all three of us!

We also ordered some crispy fried calamari that really was perfect, the meat was tender, the coating was crispy and not greasy and the accompanying red chili lemongrass vinaigrette was light with a sweet and spicy taste. It was very reminiscent of the Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce that I keep on hand in my fridge.

I don’t typically order a cocktail with lunch but when Emily ordered a Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail, it sounded so good that I was quick to follow suit. It was served in a martini glass and I have to say that sadly it was the only disappointment of the day.

While they did garnish the drink with some blueberries, the ‘blueberry’ part of this cocktail was simply Pinnacle’s Blueberry Vodka a clear, flavored vodka. Not exactly what I expected…and combined with a lackluster lemonade it was just OK.

Trust me, I’m always happy to have a moment to get out and have someone else prepare food and drink for me, so I appreciated the company and enjoyed it…but thought I could do better!