Jac o' lyn Murphy: 4th of July Sparkler Cocktail

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

4th of July Sparkler Cocktail

I created my Sweet'N Low 4th of July Sparkler Cocktail as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars.  
All content is my own. #donthesitaste

We are kicking off a sweet Summer and
a fantastic 4th of July with a Sparkle!
A mix of Red, Bubbles and Blue to celebrate in patriotic style.

With a bounty of fresh cherries and blueberries clamoring to join the party...
my 4th of July Sparkler Cocktail couldn't be more fruity or festive.

A pitcher full of ice and sparkling water is chalk full of cherries...

and bombed with blueberries...

then sprinkled with Sweet'N Low zero calorie sweetener, 
for some guilt-free pizazz.

And this simple, refreshingly flavorful beverage gets the best accessory ever as a stir-stick.
The key is to stir well and muddle fruit as much as you can to get fruit flowing...

Perfect for keeping it all mixed up as a mocktail at dawn's early light 
or cocktail for twilight's last gleaming...

Want to make your summer even sweeter?  Come hangout with Sweet’N Low® on their summer sampling tour to try some Sweet’N Low® sweetened iced tea, play fun games and snap hilarious pictures of all the fun.  Be sure to mention Jaco'lyn Murphy Designs Blog at the event for a special gift.  See where you can meet up with Sweet’N Low® this summer at: sweetnlow.com/tour.  

4th of July Sparkler
Fill large pitcher with ice
Add 1 liter of Sparkling or Seltzer Water
Stir in:
1 pint of blueberries 
1lb of halved and pitted cherries
5 packets of Sweet'N Low

Pour into individual glasses and enjoy.  To make this mocktail a cocktail for adults - pour into glass and add 1 shot of vodka.

Adding smaller flag to each glass as a stir stick is always Uncle Sam approved, 
just wash each dowel with warm water a soap before inserting

bloomdesigns projectinspired

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