Cascade Ice Recipes to change things up. #ad

There is so much going on these days, why not slow things down and just enjoy?  We were lucky to have been sent Cascade Ice to try out different drinks over the years and I wanted to share a few recipes with you as you prepare for February.  You know, there is a big football game on, so that might cause for celebration... there is also a holiday that some people love while others hate...
Either way, hope you can find a great time to try these drinks out!  I want to try the punch!  Which one sounds best to you?

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Kickstarter Mimosa: Start your day off right with this responsible brunch buddy! Combine 2 parts Cascade Ice Orange Mango with 1 part Organic Citrus Twist on ice. Add enough for a pitcher and serve with orange slices – keep them coming!

2018 Lemonade: Try this recipe for a perfect balance of tart and sweet. Mix 6oz of Cascade Ice Lemonade with a handful of ice, fresh mint. Add a lemon wedge and a sugar rim for the perfect mocktail look.

New Year New Punch: This recipe is a great alternative to traditional sugar packed party punch. Simply pour 4 partsCascade Ice Pomegranate Berry over ice, mix mint leaves, lime juice and some pomegranate seeds together and you’re ready to serve!

Cupid’s Broken Arrow: Mix 2oz of Cascade Ice Pomegranate Berry with 1oz of vodka or club soda. Add a garnish of fresh cherries and you’re ready to go!

 Single and Not Ready to Mingle: Pour 1.5oz of tequila and 3oz of Cascade Ice Black Raspberry over crushed ice into your mixer. Next, add the juice of a lime wedge and a handful of raspberries. Garnish the cocktail with an orange wedge and you’re ready to serve!

 Girls Night Out: Mix 1oz of whipped vodka, 4oz of Cascade Ice Pink Grapefruit, the juice of a lemon wedge and a handful of ice in a mixer. Pour the cocktail into a chilled glass and garnish with lemon wedges.


  1. These recipes do sound good. I found out I had Strep Throat. I drank down a shot of whisky. Ha!

  2. Those ICE drinks are my son's favorite. I don't mind him getting them when we grocery shop. They're delicious, super inexpensive, and way better than pop (or soda if that's what they say in GA.). :)


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