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Easter brunch: Try these cocktails made with Sparkling Ice juice-flavored waters

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Planning a brunch get-together for this Easter? With all of the delicious food that will surely be part of the celebration, it’s a great idea to start the day off on a light note with Slim and Sparkling™ Easter Brunch Cocktails.  Traditional brunch cocktails are made with calorie-load juices. Save the calorie intake for dinner, and try these low-calorie recipes from Sparkling ICE. These light and refreshing cocktails with fruity flavors will make great additions to any brunch.

Sparkling Ice can be used to make quick and easy cocktails for any occasion. This beverage retails anywhere from $12.00-$15.00/12 pack, which makes entertaining a large crowd extremely affordable. Sparkling Ice’s collection includes delicious flavors including Coconut Pineapple, Lemon Lime, Kiwi Strawberry, Lemonade, Orange Mango, Pomegranate Berry, Pink Grapefruit, and Black Raspberry. 

Sparkling Berry Punch

2 Bottles of Black Raspberry Sparkling ICE

1 bottle of dry red wine

¼ cup Triple Sec

¼ cup of Apple flavored vodka

2 sliced peaches

2 sliced Granny Smith apple

1 cup of fresh strawberries

1 cup of fresh raspberries

1 cup of seedless red grapes

1 sliced lemon

1 sliced lime

1 liter club soda

Prepare all fruit and transfer to a large punch bowl.  Add wine and Sparkling ICE, stir to combine flavors.  For best results prepare and keep refrigerated overnight.  Add the club soda right before serving to guests. Enjoy!

Pink Grapefruit Sparkler

 1oz Pineapple flavored rum

1 oz Orange flavored vodka

3 oz Pink Grapefruit ICE

Combine all ingredients in a tall glass with ice

Orange Mango Sparkler

 1 oz Herradura Silver Tequila

1 oz Triple Sec
Juice of ½ of lime
Topped with Orange Mango Sparkling ICE

Serve in a chilled champagne flute

 Coconut Pineapple Sparkler

1 oz. Mango Rum,

1oz Pineapple rum

3 oz Pineapple Coconut Sparkling ICE

Topped with 1oz of Grand Mariner

Serve in tall glass with a lime wedge

 

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