Flamingo Friday is showing off its feathers for you with these two pink drink recipes. Think poolside. Think pink. Think Labor Day weekend…
Perhaps the best qualities about these two recipes is how beautifully they perform for at-home entertaining and how easy they are to serve. Caution: don’t let these pink drinks deceive you. They are flavorful and friendly, but they both contain alcohol. So drink pinkly and responsibly.
1. The Flamingcoco
Perfect for a punch bowl.
Perfect inside a pineapple, coconut or tall glass when served individually.
To make the Flamingcoco, you will need:
2 teaspoons of grenadine
1 1/2oz of vodka
1oz of Coconut rum
Serve over ice with pineapple, strawberry or maraschino cherry garnish. Stir with a pink stick.
2. The Flamingo Feather
Perfect for a poolside bar.
Perfect for for in the pool.
To make the Flamingo Feather, you will need:
Diet Sprite (or regular of course!)
1 teaspoon of grenadine
1 oz gin
Serve over ice with a lime, lemon or strawberry as garnish.
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Sip. Savor. Unwind.
Please drink responsibly.
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