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Blueberry Mint Fizz

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This summer I’ve been trying to step outside my usual Sauvignon Blanc pour and instead mix up a cocktail or two which is how my Blueberry Mint Fizz came to be.  Well from that and my desire to have something crisp, cool, and refreshing on these hot Atlanta days which this cocktail completely delivers.  And of course I had to take the fizz just one step further and make it a tad “fancy” by adding blueberry and mint ice cubes which are easy to make and perfect to keep on hand to impress any guest that may stop in for a sip or two.  Cin Cin Loves.  truly, MKR

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Blueberry Mint Fizz
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Prep Time
2 min
Total Time
2 min
Prep Time
2 min
Total Time
2 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 1/2 oz. Smirnoff Blueberry Vodka
  2. St. Germaine Liquor (or Agave syrup) if you're not going to use our fruit filled ice cubes
  3. 2 1/2 oz. Club Soda
  4. 5-8 Mint Leaves
  5. Blueberries
Instructions
  1. Place mint leaves in a cocktail of shaker and muddle.
  2. Add regular ice (not the fancy fruit ice), Vodka, and Club Soda. Shake, shake, shake.
  3. Pour over fancy fruit ice and enjoy.
  4. **If you are not using the fancy fruit ice then you may want to add agave or St. Germain liquor to add a touch of sweetness. Also for a more intense blueberry flavor add 5 or so fresh blueberries to the bottom of your shaker along with the mint and muddle.**
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Fruit Filled Ice Cubes
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
2 hr
Total Time
2 hr 5 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
2 hr
Total Time
2 hr 5 min
Ingredients
  1. White Grape Juice
  2. Blueberries
  3. Mint Leaves
  4. Ice Cube Molds
Instructions
  1. Mix equal parts white grape juice to water and pour into molds filling them all the way to the top.
  2. Place blueberry and mint leaves into ice cube molds. 2-3 blueberries and mint leaves per cube.
  3. Freeze at least 2 hours, preferably overnight.
  4. **You can do this with any fruit or herb, just be careful as some fruits tend to bleed turning your whole cube colored if they’re too ripe. This happened to me with raspberries**
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P.S. you may have noticed we’re a day late this week on our daily posts due to technical issues.  So tomorrow you’ll be treated to two posts, one being an interview with one of my favorite chefs Richard Blais and we’ll be giving away a signed copy of his book Try This At Home thanks to the kind folks at The Mushroom Council.

This post was sponsored by Smirnoff Vodka but the recipe and love for a good cocktail is all my own.  We adore Smirnoff and it’s brands like this that make Waiting On Martha possible.

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  • Blueberry+Mint=Amazing. I definitely need to give these a try. Thank you for sharing!

    xx
    youngmildandfree.wordpress.com

  • Trust me this is soooooo good! Enjoy!

  • Ohh I love the idea of making fruit filled ice cubes! And then blueberries and mint..some of my favorite ingredients. I think I need to try this ASAP.
    xo Nan
    Simply Elegant Blog

  • you do need to try this, asap! xo

  • Michelle / 08.28.2014

    This looks amazing. What might you suggest for a non-alcoholic version?

  • Just take out the vodka and I think it would still be perfect. Maybe a hint of blueberry syrup. xo

  • Christine major / 04.12.2016

    Hi there! I’m super interested in making this for a summer party! I have a 2.5 gallon container that I will be using to make the blueberry mint fizz. I didn’t see how many oz. your recipe could make. Could you give me a break down for 2.5 gallons? Thank you!

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