Watermelon Fizz Cocktail

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A little sweet, a little tart, a little bubbly! That’s what you’ll get with a Watermelon Fizz Cocktail! Easy to make, perfect for summer parties & brunch.

Watermelon Fizz Cocktail

I’d like to welcome you back to #BrunchWeek! Wow, this week just flew by for me. I blinked and it was over! Certainly, I hope that you’ve found some brunch recipe inspiration, I know I’ve discovered some seriously fantastic recipes to try myself.

There’s been everything from sweets to treats to baked casseroles to sides to warm and cold beverages. Now we just need the weekend so we start our brunching! 

Today I’m introducing Watermelon Fizz Cocktails. If you happened to miss my other additions to this delicious week, I will link them below.

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Every brunch needs beverages. Whether it be coffee beverages, juices creations or cocktails brunch needs drinks to go with all the food. Watermelon Fizz Cocktails are a fun sweet drink that lends itself to casual brunching and sipping.

 

Watermelon Fizz Cocktails are really simple to make, you can mix them up in no time at all. Perfect, right? Leaving you time to eat and drink, not breaking a sweat over mixology.

Now I personally think these taste like a giant liquid Watermelon Jolly Rancher…let me know what you think when you give these a try. Watermelon is my second favorite Jolly Rancher flavor after cherry, so I’m not complaining.

 

 

The sweet and amazing watermelon flavor is courtesy of Torani Watermelon Syrup. It is perfect for achieving watermelon flavor when you need it and you live in Michigan and 75% of the year watermelon isn’t easily available. Torani to the rescue! It brings the perfect watermelon flavor to all sorts of drinks and other creations. 

 

 

Have you visited the Torani website? You won’t believe the huge variety of flavors they have available including Pistacchio and Candied Sesame! 

 

 

The rest of the components of Watermelon Fizz Cocktails are “bar” staples. Lime juice, vodka, and 7-up. Nothing complicated here. 

I used beautiful Spike Insulated Glasses from JoyJolt to contain my fruity creation. They are durable and double-walled, which means no condensation on the outside, which is great for the summer months. Be sure to check out their amazing selection on the JoyJolt website, click HERE.

 

 

What do you need to make Watermelon Fizz Cocktails?

  • Torani Watermelon Syrup
  • Lime juice
  • Vodka
  • 7-up soda

Some tips for making Watermelon Fizz Cocktails:

  • This recipe is for 2 cocktails.
  • I used fresh lime juice, you can use store-bought.
  • Club soda can be used instead of 7-up.

 

watermelon fizz cocktail in glasses with cocktail stirrers on wood board next to bright colored fabric

 

All good things must come to an end, I do hope you have enjoyed #BrunchWeek. Cheers and here’s to happy brunching my friends!

 

Yield: 2 servings

Watermelon Fizz Cocktail

Watermelon Fizz Cocktail

A little sweet, a little tart, a little bubbly! That's what you'll get with a Watermelon Fizz Cocktail! Easy to make, perfect for summer parties & brunch.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces lime juice
  • 2 ounces vodka
  • 2 ounces Torani Watermelon Syrup
  • 7-UP soda

Instructions

In a cocktail shaker pour together: lime juice, vodka and Torani Watermelon Syrup. Shake or stir.

Pour over ice in glasses.

Top off with 7-UP.

Serve immediately.

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