Game Day Cocktails 101: Orange & Blueberry Lemonade Punch

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Orange & Blueberry Lemonade Punch

Kick-off the season with a bang. Vanilla scented, blueberry infused homemade lemonade spiked with a state born & bred Tiger’s Sweat… Fans from both sides will be in the line up for a nip.

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makes 1 cocktail

2 Tbsp Orange & Blueberry “Mash”
1 Tbsp Vanilla Bean Syrup
Ice
6-oz Vanilla Bean Lemonade
1.5-oz Alabama moonshine
Sparkling water
Lemon slices

Muddle the Orange & Blueberry “Mash”  with the Vanilla Bean Syrup in a mason jar. Fill the jar 3/4 with ice. Add the Vanilla Bean Lemonade & the moonshine. Top with sparkling water & lemon slices. Stir well before serving.

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makes about 2 1/2 cups

2 pts fresh blueberries
1/3 cup freshly squeezed orange juice

Combine the blueberries & the orange juice in a 3-qt saucepan. Bring to a boil over Medium-High heat, stirring on occasion. Cook for 5 minutes. Remove from the heat & let stand for 30 minutes. Refrigerate up to 5 days. Use as directed.

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How To Create A Lemonade Cocktail Bar

Custom cocktails are a lovely way to welcome guests on game day. Create a great area & plan to be the life of the party. Follow my tips & pointers on how to pull it off.

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Tailgating At Home

Extra large beverage jars with spouts are the way to go to contain the Vanilla Bean Lemonade. Increase the recipe 2 or 3 times in order to serve an even bigger crowd. Pour the Vanilla Bean Syrup into a glass bottle with a clamp. Oil & vinegar bottles also work well as they already have a handy pour spout attached. A mason jar contains the Orange & Blueberry “Mash”. Fill a beverage tub with ice. Nestle the Vanilla Bean Syrup & the bottle of moonshine in the ice for extra cool cocktails. Add in smaller bottles of sparkling water to keep the fizz fresh. Ice down the Orange & Blueberry “Mash”. Have a smaller ice bucket with a metal scoop handy for fresh ice to go into the cocktails. Organize mason jars on trays so guests can help themselves. Offer a small bowl of lemon slices for effortless garnishing.

Tailgating On The Go

Premix the cocktail & transport in recycled milk containers. Add to your icy cooler & be on your way. Paper napkins & acrylic cups in team colors add a bit of school spirit. Pour into a pretty pitcher once you arrive to your tailgate tent for an easy presentation. Have a small cooler filled with fresh ice for guests to add to their glasses. Fill a beverage tub with ice. Nestle the Vanilla Bean Syrup & the bottle of moonshine in the ice for extra cool cocktails. Add in smaller bottles of sparkling water to keep the fizz fresh. Have a smaller ice bucket with a metal scoop handy for fresh ice to go into the cocktails.

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