Sparkling Ice fruity drink recipes celebrate the holidays with festive cheer

Sparkling Ice Fruity Drink Recipes for the Holidays


Sparkling Ice wants us to bring a fizzy twist to the holidays? Well they’ve come to the right place – fizzy and twisty are hallmarks of this family’s holiday traditions! (Some of us may be a bit more twisty than fizzy…)

We love to celebrate the holidays with friends and family, and having a few peeps over for some holiday cheer is always a good time. We’ve been asked to share a few of our Sparkling Ice fruity drink recipes to get your juices flowing and, you know, fruity…..

Sparkleberry Schpritz

A little brunch pick-me-up, this Sparkling Ice spritzer is just the ticket!

What’s the holidays without a little Schpritz? Try out this deliciously refreshing concoction we think is a perfect escape for that holiday brunch with the in-laws:

  • One part Sparkling Ice Pomegranate Blueberry
  • One part Rosé wine
  • Fresh blueberries as garnish
  • Fresh lime slices as garnish

Mix together and serve over ice

Black Raspberry Gimlet

Sparkling Ice Black Raspberry Gimlets – yum!

Something about a gimlet just screams good times. We added some zing to our version for some extra holiday cheer:

  • Two parts Sparkling Ice Black Raspberry
  • One part Gin
  • Splash of Rose’s Lime Juice
  • Raspberries for garnish

Combine gin and Rose’s in a martini shaker, and shake like there’s no tomorrow. Pour into martini glasses halfway, top with Sparkling Ice Black Raspberry and garnish with fresh raspberries.

Faux Mojitaux (non-alcoholic)

Simple and refreshing, Sparkling Ice Lemon Lime is delicious at any season.

Sometimes a refresher just hits the spot, and this alcohol-free mojito recipe does the trick:

  • Sparkling Ice Lemon Lime
  • Fresh mint leaves, crushed
  • Fresh squeeze of lime juice
  • Fresh lime wedges

Combine ingredients and serve over ice.

Ready to try these out and create your own recipe? Grab your supply of Sparkling Ice from Amazon (there are 15 different fruity flavorful sparkling waters to play with!) and then tell us how your concoctions turned out. We’d love to hear if you like what we created!

The non-alcoholic Faux Mojitaux is so darn good, we couldn’t keep the kids away from it!

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