The Perfect Red White & Blueberry Cocktail

May 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

The Perfect Red White & Blue Cocktail 

 

Memorial Day | 4th of July | Labor Day | All Summer Long!

This is the perfect elegant and refreshing drink for your next summer BBQ or dinner party! Super easy, fun and unique. Not to mention it tastes amazing! Although any reason to pop open a bottle of Champagne / Prosecco sounds good to me! But I mean seriously how delicious does this cocktail look?

 

The Perfect Red White & Blue Cocktail 
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INGREDIENTS
1 Bottle Blue Blueberry Vodka (such as Pickers,Triple 8 or VODA)
2 Bottles Prosecco
Blueberries
INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1. Fill glass with ice

Step 2. Slowly pour 3oz chilled prosecco (tilt the glass to the side and pour prosecco down the inside of the glass to minimize bubbles)
Step 3. Stand the glass back up to let the prosecco settle (a couple of seconds)
Step 4. Tilt the glass to the side again and slowly pour (1.5 oz/three count of) vodka over the ice against the side of the glass. The vodka will float.
Step 5. Garnish with fruit.

*NOTE*
Each drink is 2 parts prosecco to 1 part vodka, this recipe makes at most 16 drinks


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