Tru Juice coolers for Summer

Published: Thursday | June 2, 2011 Comments 0
Have a glass of Blond Ambition, it will surely hit the spot.  - Contributed photos
Have a glass of Blond Ambition, it will surely hit the spot. - Contributed photos
Cool down this summer with this Sweet Rebellion. - Contributed photos
Cool down this summer with this Sweet Rebellion. - Contributed photos
Sorrel and cranberry is good for the heart and, with a little rum added, will definitely keep you happy.
Sorrel and cranberry is good for the heart and, with a little rum added, will definitely keep you happy.

Tru-Juice is seen in the eyes of the public as a quality Jamaican product that is paired with your favourite food for a complete meal. But what most people don't know is that Tru-Juice paired with some good Jamaican rum or vodka makes an excellent cocktail.

Summer is the time of year when our loved ones, friends and visitors from overseas come home. The party scene is in full swing and persons are looking for new and delicious options. Tru-Juice has created some very simple cocktails that would appeal to persons who love to enjoy well-blended libations.

Tru-Juice's involvement in the cocktails/party scene does not negate their focus on the most awesome rum punch ever, Calico Jack. It is yet another option for our alcohol-drinking consumer. Below are a few recipes to try out for yourself.

Blond Ambition

INGREDIENTS

2 oz Tru-Juice freshly squeezed orange juice

1 oz dark rum

1/2 oz light rum

1/2 oz simple syrup (clear)

1/4 oz peach schnapps

Method

1. Add all ingredients together, stir and add ice.

Sweet Rebellion

INGREDIENTS

1 oz Apple Vodka

1 oz Tru-Juice Guava-Pineapple Juice

1 oz Tru-Juice Cherry Juice

Method

Mix together, add ice and serve.

Smooth Operator

INGREDIENTS

1 oz Tru-Juice Cranberry Juice

1 oz Tru-Juice Sorrel

2 oz Light Rum

Method

Mix together, add some ice and serve.

Cocktails created in conjunction with Andrew Bailey, Quality Bar Services for Trade Winds Citrus Limited.

 

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