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South Florida Today Drink Recipes

Skybar at Shore Club's All Natural Margarita
3/4 oz agave nectar
3/4 oz fresh squeezed lime juice
1/2 oz premium silver tequila

Place all ingredients in mixing glass and shake and strain over ice

Skybar Margarita
1/2 oz lime juice
1 oz grand marnier
1 1/2 oz of Don Julio Reposado
1 fresh strawberry

Place all ingredients in mixing glass and shake and strain over ice
 

Classic Caipirinha

1.5 oz Cachaca

1 whole lime

2 teaspoons Sugar

 

Method: Cut limes into 8 chunks, place lime in a rocks glass, add sugar and muddle, add cachaca and stir, add ice and shake.

Top with crushed ice and fresh lime wheel.

 

Strawberry Elderflower Caipirinha

1.5 oz Cachaca

1 oz St. Germain

2 juicy strawberries

half lime juiced.

 

Method: Muddle strawberries in a mixing glass, squeeze lime juice over muddled strawberries, add St. Germain and Cachaca, add ice and shake. Strain into tall glass over fresh ice, garnish with strawberry.

White Wine Sangria

2 cups New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

3/4 cup St. Germain Elderflower Liqeuer

3/4 cup vodka (Ciroc, Stolichnaya Ohranj, 42 Below Kiwi, Kettle One Citroen or Absolut Pears are recommended)

1/2 cup orange juice

1/2 cup apple or pineapple juice

Ice cubes

Assorted light colored fruits such as cantaloupe, pineapple, oranges, lemons, tangerines, pears

 

DIRECTIONS

Combine wine, St. Germaine, vodka and juices in a large pitcher.  Add one cup of good quality ice and stir thoroughly.  Store in the refrigerator overnight.  Serve the next day over fresh ice.  Yields a one gallon pitcher.

Red Wine Sangria

2 cups medium bodied California Cabernet Sauvignon

3/4 cup St. Germain Elderflower Liqeuer

1/2 cup Cognac

1 cup cranberry juice

1 cup apple juice

Ice cubes

Assorted dark colored fruits such as strawberries, blueberries, red grapes, plums, organges, pineapple

 

DIRECTIONS

Combine wine, St. Germaine, Cognac and juices in a large pitcher.  Add one cup of good quality ice and stir thoroughly.  Store in the refrigerator overnight.  Serve the next day over fresh ice.  Yields a one gallon pitcher.

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