I tried various combinations of those ingredients until I found the perfect proportions, while also discovering that the addition of lime juice is fantastic.
Once I had the right ratio, I combined all the ingredients, then poured the mixture into a glass bottle and waited for Chris to get home, so we could enjoy cocktail hour together :)
I think cocktails served in glass bottles would be ideal for a party, and this particular cocktail is light and refreshing which is perfect for spring!
In addition to getting glass bottles, I also recommend a silicone ice cube tray to make large ice cubes which won't water down cocktails as quickly...or maybe your party guests drink alcohol full tilt so that's not an issue :)
My cocktail making kit includes -
- Tovolo Ice Cube Trays - love these because it's really easy to get the large square ice cubes out.
- Double Jigger - recently picked one up at Target for a $1 on clearance and it's super handy when making a cocktail with multiple ingredients.
- Sonoma Horizon Old-Fashioned Glasses - perfect for cocktails and a great price thanks to my Kohl's discount :)
- Amco Lemon Squeezer - made lime squeezing for the recipe really easy and I now prefer using a citrus press instead of my little juicer from Pampered Chef.
- Tablecraft Zester/Peeler - I was shocked at how easy it is to peel lemons with this tool and it worked really well on oranges too. Round #2 of drinks this week were garnished with twists of lemon peels.
Ingredients (1 cocktail)
- 3 oz moscato
- 2 oz vodka
- 1/2 oz peach liqueur
- juice from half of a lime
- Fill cocktail glass with ice, then add all ingredients, stir and serve.
- Add a garnish, if desired.
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