Beach Water Cocktail is super easy and has just three ingredients. Transport yourself to the beach and dream of warmer weather with this yummy drink recipe!
Making new fun cocktails at home is something I love to do, but they have to be easy.
Beach Water Cocktail
I like simple when it comes to my drinks. For that reason, this drink and all the others I make are very easy to do. Who has time for shakers and simple syrups?
In other words, I’m lazy. Ha!
What you’ll need to make this drink:
- Parrot Bay Coconut Rum. “Sweet, delicate and creamy taste of fresh coconut with a background of citrus and tropical fruit balanced with notes of molasses.”
- UV Blue Raspberry Vodka. “Naturally flavored with vine-ripened raspberries.”
- Sprite. Or any lemon-lime soda like 7UP or Sierra Mist. Mountain Dew might be a good choice, too!
First, grab your ingredients. Second, stir them up and add some ice. See? I told you it was easy.
You can make this by the glass (that’s what I did here) or make a big batch for punch. If you make this as a punch, I’d leave out the ice and add it in by the glass otherwise it will start to get watered down. No one wants a watered down cocktail.
Coconut Rum is one of my favorite things to make a cocktail with because the the coconut flavor is tasty but not too strong. A nice cool drink on a summer day is so refreshing, but I don’t want the alcohol to be overpowering.
Blue raspberry vodka gives a great sweet flavor and provides the fun blue color as well. Doesn’t it totally look like the ocean?
Honestly, I can’t wait for Summer to get here. This drink will definitely be one we will make over and over again. Enjoy! (Scroll down to Pin this for later.)
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Beach Water Cocktail
- 1 1/2 oz Blue Raspberry Vodka
- 1 1/2 oz Coconut Rum
- 6 oz 7UP
- Stir all ingredients in a glass and add ice.
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