Sparkling Cherry Bourbon Cocktail Recipe

Sparkling Cherry Bourbon Cocktail RecipeThe holiday season is quickly approaching and many of us will be hosting and/or attending various holiday parties. When it comes to serving cocktails at any party, I’m all about serving ones with a fruity flavor, one’s that are easy-to-prepare and whip up quickly. I feel it’s important to offer a variety of beverages at any party, so that you can accommodate the many different tastes of your guests. Some may want a soda pop, some guests may want a mocktail and others will jump all over the cocktails. When planning out your party menu’s, make sure you plan on serving a variety of delicious beverages.

Today’s guest post recipe is courtesy of Sparkling ICE. You can find mocktail and cocktail recipes on the company’s website.

Sparkling Cherry Bourbon Cocktail Recipe

4 cherries, pits removed
1 1/2 ounces bourbon
1 tsp. simple syrup
1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice
Sparkling Ice Essence of Peach

Muddle 4 cherries at the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Add bourbon, simple syrup, and fresh lemon juice- shake. Strain cocktail into a rocks glass and add sparkling water. Garnish with a lemon twist and serve immediately. Enjoy!

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  1. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I love Sparkling Ice, and I wonder why the cocktail doesn’t use their cherry flavor. I definitely would make this drink both with and without the alcohol.

  2. I would enjoy this without the alcohol because it looks so refreshing and reminds me of summertime. This would be fun to serve at a get together because it would be good as a cocktail or a mocktail.

  3. ellen beck says:

    This would be am excellent drink with or without alcohol. I myself dont drrink, and this is so pretty it would be a nice addition to Christmas dinner or even in a punch bowl! I like the idea of the peach and the cherries together it sounds delicious.

  4. Tamra Phelps says:

    This would be a good one to add to the party drink possibilities. It looks festive for Christmas, lol.

  5. (Sparkling Cherry Bourbon Cocktail Recipe) This cocktail recipe sounds enough to make, would be a good one for the upcoming Christmas holidays.

  6. Thanks to many of these posts I now know how to make a mocktail, even though I don’t drink and never had one. I also like to know how to make the real thing for guests that do drink. These are so pretty and bet a green lime with the cherry drink would look even more festive.