Everyone is missing their favorite restaurants and hang outs right now. We know you can still order carry-out from most, but it’s just not the same is it? The guacamole or the queso doesn’t taste the same in Styrofoam as it does in a molcajete or a big ceramic bowl. Some restaurants are even serving cocktails to go, which is nice, but sometimes you just want to make it yourself. If you are a long-time fan of The Blind Pig Blog, we thank you and you know that you can get lots of Easy, Tasty, Fresh cocktail recipes right here! We have one this week that is so basic, it will remind you of your college days!
The Truly Watermelon Lemonade has only three basic ingredients that you can purchase easily at your grocery store or local liquor store. You will need a can of Truly Watermelon and Kiwi Hard Seltzer, watermelon vodka or regular vodka, and lemonade.
First mix the lemonade and vodka together in a measuring pitcher. Pour half of the lemonade mixture into a rocks glass. Add ice and top off with Truly Hard Seltzer. Garnish with a wedge of watermelon and a mint sprig. It’s that easy!
We chose to serve our Truly Watermelon Lemonade in a mason jar. First of all it gives the cocktail an easy-laid back type of vibe. We also thought this would be the perfect drink to prep before a backyard picnic or a day at the lake. Mix your lemonade and vodka at home. Pour into mason jars. Screw on the lids. Throw the jars in the cooler with the cans of Truly. Head to the lake and finish the mixing once you are settled in your chair on the pontoon! Oh yes… we all long for those carefree days of summer!!
If you are new around The Blind Pig Blog, here are some other great stay at home easy cocktail recipes that we recommend you try!
If you want more… check out our Beverages and Cocktails page.
What kinds of new cocktails have you been trying out since you’ve had more time at home? We’d love to hear about it!
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