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Hibiscus Popsicle Punch Mocktail

Who says you can’t have the best of both worlds?! The Hibiscus Popsicle Punch Mocktail combines the delicious taste of a hibiscus-forward mocktail with the addition of a popsicle for a BERRY delicious summer drink!

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Berry Hibiscus Smash Cocktail

The Berry Hibiscus Smash is a bright and botanical cocktail featuring C&H® Light Brown Sugar, hibiscus, vodka, strawberries, lime, and club soda.

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Spicy Tamarind Mangonada

Pour up the Spicy Tamarind Mangonada made by FLYBIRD Cocktails for the easiest mixed drink you’ll ever have. All you have to do is twist open the bottle, pour over ice and enjoy!

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hard light versus soft light

Curious about hard light versus soft light? Let’s examine each one and see how to use both in your photography!

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Limoncello Rose Mocktail

This Limoncello Rose Mocktail is made with only 3 ingredients – LaCroix LimonCello, lemonade, and rosewater for a simple yet refreshing summertime sipper!

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Peach Limoncello Bourbon Sour

This Peach Limoncello Bourbon Sour is made with peach, bourbon, limoncello, lemon juice, and maple syrup for a refreshing mixed drink for Father’s Day.

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Watermelon Rosé Fresca

This Watermelon Rosé Fresca is made with Brut Rosé, watermelon juice, lemon, elderflower liqueur, and sparkling water for a refreshing cocktail this summer.

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Best Glassware for your Cocktails

Let’s talk glassware! It’s the easiest way to upgrade your mixed drinks and take them from boring to amazing. Check out my favs!

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Blood Orange Painkiller Mocktail

This mocktail’s name might sound intense, but I promise you it consists of only five tasty ingredients for a fruity, refreshing, and pretty mixed drink to sip on this summer!

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painkiller cocktail

Time to get your tiki on with the Painkiller Cocktail! It’s tropical and super tasty for the warmer days ahead. Mixed up with dark rum, fresh orange juice, pineapple juice, and cream of coconut for a creamsicle-tasting cocktail.

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