A party without drinks? Are we talking about 2017? Hell no! Let us tell you this straight fact- never ever ever in the history of mankind, there was party hosted without drinks taking space on the menu card.
And yes, we are just not talking about alcohol. After all it will be so unfair for the rest of the beings to feel so unimportant. So why not take a look at some really cool fun-filled recipes to fill the glasses.
Champagne Peach Punch
The classic old champagne with a twist.
Get some peaches, peach nectar, champagne and some sugar. Just mix all these ingredients in equal parts in a blender. You can add more champagne to make your drink more hard. Also, adding vanilla will impart some good flavour, though it’s optional.
For this you need to have orange flavoured vodka with yourself. You can add in whatever flavoured juice you like, preferably cranberry.
Mix cranberry and lime juice in the ratio 1:4. Add almost double the amount of vodka to the mix. Get some ice cube trays and add the mixture to it. Freeze overnight and just before serving, add the cubes in a glass and break some ice to make a slushy.
Bourbon orange fun
You just need to have some bottles of bourbon and orange juice, that’s it. The drink may sound real simple but turns out to be a time saviour. Just mix the two ingredients in a blender. Keep on adding the orange juice till you find the taste appropriate for you. Add in the mint leaves and voila! You made the simplest cocktail ever.
Mango and Peach fizz
Make it fair and let this mocktail get the party started. Take some mango and peaches and puree in a blender. Take a tall glass filled with ice cubes. Put 2 tablespoons of this puree first, then some orange juice and some soda to club it all. Enjoy!
Coconut Cucumber Blast
A treat to the non-alcoholic crowd. Well, maybe even the rest will prefer this over their cocktails. Take a tall pitcher and pour 1 part lime juice and 8 parts coconut water. Add some slices of cucumber and some sugar if you prefer. Serve with fresh mint leaves on the top. Happy drinking!
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