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  • Arlene Arlene

    4th of July drink

  • Anna Schlepp (Fellenberg)

    SUDDENLY SUMMER 1½ parts SVEDKA Vodka 1 part watermelon schnapps ½ part cranberry juice ½ part fresh lemon juice ½ part simple syrup ¼ part Blue Curacao Club soda Build in a rocks glass. Add watermelon schnapps, and cranberry juice over ice, then carefully add lemon, simple syrup, and SVEDKA as to layer the white layer, then VERY carefully layer the blue curacao to create the color separation, and gently top with soda. Garnish with fresh watermelon pieces.

  • Rebecca Fenwick
    Rebecca Fenwick • 2 years ago

    no link to a recipe

  • Arlene Arlene
    Arlene Arlene • 2 years ago

    tdd ice cubes to the top rim/ tall glass, the red syrup with the (highest sugar content) goes first, Add syrup slowly than you can use white gatorade (make sure is less sugar than red syrup, you can use Sobe white drink color, pour in the second layer of drink, Than find a deep blue drink with less sugar than White drink and colors will line up nicely. Ice is very important in mixing this drink. Thank

  • Arlene Arlene
    Arlene Arlene • 2 years ago

    sorry the first word is add. I hate touch screened keyboards. lol

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