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Strawberry Orange Blossom
I’m a sucker for frozen cocktails.
As soon as the weather gets warm I have visions of myself relaxing on a chaise lounge and holding a frozen drink somewhere utopian. I may be from the Great White North but a part of me thinks I should have been born in Hawaii.
My mood instantly changes – I become brighter and much more relaxed. All I want to do is invite people over for drinks and catch up on what they’ve been up to. My kitchen pass-through window becomes the most intimate tiki bar in Brooklyn where only the best cocktails are sampled.
One such cocktail is this strawberry orange blossom. Because it’s so refreshing and bursting with fruity flavors, it’s become a big hit this summer in my kitchen!
The mix of frozen strawberries and orange juice gives this cocktail its bright berry hue and is complimented by a good shot of Prairie Organic Gin, one of the first USDA Certified Organic spirit brands. This is important to me since I care about the impact my choices are having on this planet. The fact that Prairie Organic Spirits create their products with a better-for-the-earth approach means I can put a green check mark next to their label 🙂
This award winning gin is corn based and has a distinct taste peppered with bursts of herbs, juniper and exotic spices that marry beautifully with the refreshing summer flavors of this cocktail.
It’s also super easy to put together! Only 4 ingredients are required to make this cocktail:
- Frozen strawberries
- Orange juice
- Prairie Organic Gin
- Sweet vermouth
Throw everything in a blender along with some ice cubes and blend until smooth. Voilà!
Serve this strawberry orange blossom in a clear glass to show its vibrant color. You can also add garnishes like I did or add a fun patterned straw (polka dots, plaid, etc.) to give it a fashionable flair.
Did you like this Strawberry Orange Blossom Recipe? Are there changes you made that you would like to share? Share your tips and recommendations in the comments section below!
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