Do You Make Your Favorite Cocktails at Home?

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Do You Make Your Favorite Cocktails at Home?

I tried this recipe for Kungaloosh at home after reading it on Disney Food Blog. It was pretty awesome! Have you tried to recreate any Disney cocktails at home, or do you leave them alone and preserve the magic only for Disney?

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It's easy to recreate my favorite at home, open a can of Diet Pepsi and pour into a glass full of ice. That's as strong as my cocktails get. Smile

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I don't make a lot of cocktails at home. Usually, it's beer, wine, rum & Diet Coke or something special in my coffee.

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I love making mojitos in the summer!

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I just found the recipe for the Grand Marnier & Grey Goose Orange Slush at France in Epcot. I think I'm going to try to make this one next weekend! clapping clapping clapping clapping clapping

1 part Grand Marnier, 1 part Grey Goose Vodka, 2 parts sweet and sour mix, 1 part simple syrup. Blend with ice to create your frozen cocktail. Sorry, you'll have to add orange food coloring if you want it orange, just like they do at Epcot.

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Kris, do you have the recipe for the Grey Goose Slush?? I would LOVE to try that!

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Bella wrote:
Kris, do you have the recipe for the Grey Goose Slush?? I would LOVE to try that!

Why yes I do! Here it is, Bella!

Grey Goose Citron Lemonade Slush:
2 parts Grey Goose Citron (or other) citrus vodka, 2 parts sweet and sour mix, 1 part simple syrup. Blend with ice.

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I hear an echo!.................echo.......................echo! biggrin