Hubby’s Cocktail Recipes

Decided to add this page because, my hubby makes some damn good cocktails! He and my sissy make the best vodka tonics on this earth. The key is using the entire juice of a lemon or lime! I am curious to try grapefruit next. Keep checking back every now and then for new concoctions!

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Delicious Vodka Soda (a bit more calorie conscious drink)

-1 shot to 2 shots (depending on your liking that night) of a good smooth vodka. Our go to is Grey Goose

– juice of one lime or lemon

-6-8 ounces of Soda (we prefer Canada Dry)

-ice

1)fill 1/4 of glass with ice (we usually use pint glasses) 2) juice lime or lemon over glass 3) add vodka 4) top with soda 5)stir

We really like this basic drink but you can spice it up by adding a little bit of cranberry or whatever juice you feel like just shake it (minus soda) in a shaker and pour over ice and then add soda.

You could also substitute the soda for tonic too.

Skittles Cocktail (we named it skittles, because it tastes like the candy)

–  1 shot to 2 shots of Watermelon flavored vodka (we used Smirnof)

– juice of one lemon

-6-8 ounces of  Tonic (we prefer Canada Dry)

-ice

1)fill 1/4 of glass with ice (we usually use pint glasses) 2) juice lemon over glass 3) add vodka 4) top with tonic 5)stir

You can substitute soda for tonic, but you won’t get the skittles taste as much.

Refreshing Blueberry Tonic

-1 shot to 2 shots of blueberry vodka

– juice of one lime

-6-8 ounces of Tonic(we prefer Canada Dry)

-ice

1)fill 1/4 of glass with ice (we usually use pint glasses) 2) juice lime over glass 3) add vodka 4) top with soda 5)stir

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