Peep Show Cocktail
I can’t believe that it’s the end of March already, I feel like the year is just zooming by.
It’s almost Easter, which means you need to be getting ready for a day of friends, family, and fun. What’s more fun than an Easter inspired drink?
I know we had the Easter Bunny Cocktail last week, but you need to be able to offer your guests options.
Have you no options?
Well, that’s what I’m here for.
This fun drink is called a Peep Show, with its little Peep reaching over to say hello.
I wanted something that felt like spring, a little warmer, a little more tropical than some of my other drinks. So I mixed this up for you!
It combines blue curacao with rum and a little sprite to give you a tropical feel. Top it with the blue Peep and you’re ready for spring time on an Easter Day.
Peep Show Cocktail
- 1 shot White Rum
- 1 tbs blue curacao
- 1 can Sprite
- 1 Peep for garnish
Yield: 1 glass
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