One of our most under-rated products here in the Vineyard Market, and one we like to feature around special occasions, is the Wild Hibiscus Flowers in syrup. Most shoppers tend to pass right over these little dark jars with a bright flower on the label. Some don’t realize what it is, others they just don’t know what the heck to do with them. With the warm weather finally here and Mother’s Day this weekend, it’s a wonderful time for you to pick up a jar of these delectable blossoms and Read More…
If you’re looking for a frosty cocktail to beat the heat this Independence day, look no further! This Red, White, and Blue Daiquiri is sure to please!
Ingredients (for each color of the daiquiri):
- 1 [6oz] can of lemonade concentrate
- 1/2 [6oz] can of limeade concentrate
- 2/3 cup light rum
- 1/4 cup powdered sugar (or more if you like it sweeter)
- 3 – 6 ice cubes
- (For Blue) 1/4 cup Roses’s Infusions Blue Raspberry cocktail mix
- (For Red) 2 cups frozen or fresh strawberries (or raspberries!)
- For RED: add lemonade concentrate, limeade concentrate, light rum, fruit and powdered sugar to blender. On a low speed, add ice cubes one by one until desired consistency is reached.
- For WHITE: add lemonade concentrate, limeade concentrate, light rum, and powdered sugar to blender. On a low speed, add ice cubes one by one until desired consistency is reached.
- For BLUE: add lemonade concentrate, limeade concentrate, light rum, blue raspberry cocktail mix, and powdered sugar to blender. On a low speed, add ice cubes one by one until desired consistency is reached.
- Layer all three into a tall glass and enjoy!
Please remember to drink responsibly & have a Happy 4th of July!
1 ¾ c. vanilla ice cream
¼ c. vanilla vodka
¼ c. Crème de Menthe
½ tbsp. grated dark chocolate + 1 tsp. for topping
a few sprigs of mint
Toss ice cream, vodka and Crème de Menthe in a blender and mix until it’s evenly combined. Do not to over blend the mixture–if you do you will just might have to force yourself to add more ice cream.
Using the handle of a long wooden spoon, muddle mint at the bottom of a tall glass. Pour the thick, creamy, green yumminess just below the brim. Stir in chocolate shavings until well incorporated. Top off with the remaining chocolate shavings. The recipe makes one super sized or two regular sized shakes–you can share or tell your friends to get their own!
**Please drink responsibly 🙂
This is it! The big game is almost upon us! If you’re looking for some last minute cocktails for your Super Bowl party tomorrow then look no further! We’ve got you covered!
- 1/2 oz vodka
- 1/2 oz rum
- 1/2 oz tequila
- 1/2 oz gin
- 1/2 oz blue curacao
Fill with sour mix & shake
Big Blue Lemonade
- 1 oz citrus vodka
- 1 oz blue curacao
Fill with equal parts sour mix and lemon-lime soda
- fill tall glass with ice
- dash of Irish cream
- dash of orange liqueur
- dash of coffee liqueur
- dash of hazelnut liqueur
- dash of Irish whiskey
- dash of amaretto
- dash of creme de cacao
Fill with cream and shake
New York Cocktail
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1/2 oz lime juice
- 1 1/2 oz whiskey
- dash of grenadine
Muddle/stir sugar and lime juice; add whiskey and grenadine; shake.
***As always, we remind you to please drink responsibly***
If you’re looking for a drink to serve the masses at your Super Bowl gathering this weekend, then this punch is for you!
- 3/4 cup frozen raspberries
- 3 1/2 [12oz] bottles of chilled beer (lime flavored or light beer work best)
- 1 [12oz] container of pink lemonade (or plain lemonade) concentrate, thawed
- 1/2 cup vodka (regular or flavor of your choice)
- lemon and lime slices
Combine in large punch bowl and serve over ice.
*Please drink responsibly*
While Lauren and I were discussing what kind of awesome recipes to bring to you guys for this week’s playoff game, both our minds immediately went to Jell-O shots. Now we didn’t want to give you that basic, boring Jello-O shooter recipe that you used in college so we scoured the internet to bring you some really cool and unique shooters to serve at your playoff gathering! This is a bit of a long post, so please click the link to view the recipes!