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Drizly

Alcohol shipped straight to your door. If you’re planning to host a summer bash or you are just having a few friends over, Drizly is your solution for fast and easy alcohol delivery! To order, either visit their website www.drizly.com, or the Drizly app. Simply type in your address, choose your alcohol selection, and you’re set.

If you’re running behind on the party planning, send Drizly to the rescue. The service is prompt and the liquor selection is top of the line.

Coconut Rum Punch: 

Once the alcohol is delivered, try mixing a party-worthy punch. To make a light and fruity coconut rum punch, combine Parrot Bay rum, orange juice, Absolut vodka, pineapple juice, ginger ale, cherry syrup into a blender. Blend with ice. Pour into a colorful bowl and add orange and pineapple slices for flavor.

Ingredients:

1 cup Parrot Bay rum

1 cup Absolut vodka

2 cups fresh squeezed orange juice

2 cups pineapple juice

2 cups ginger ale

1 cup cherry syrup

Frosé:

Another party-ready cocktail is a refreshing Frosé. To make your own, first order your favorite Rosé from Drizly. I love Day Owl Rosé and Jas des Vignes Provence Rosé. Pour Rosé over ice cube trays and freeze overnight. The next morning, blend together frozen cubes and combine with lemon juice. Garnish with strawberry slices, and grab your pool rafts!

Ingredients:

1 bottle Rosé

¼ cup lemon juice

Strawberries

 

Summer is all about staying cool, and Drizly offers up some helpful ice cream and beer pairings on their website. Enjoy a bowl of Halo Top Birthday Cake ice cream with a citrus beer to balance out the sugary sweetness. Drizly recommends Samuel Adams Rebel Grapefruit or Ballast Point Grapefruit Sculpin IPA.

Drizly makes party planning easy, and now you can focus on the fun. Drizly: Easy and convenient alcohol delivery straight to your door!

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