Cocktail Recipe: Blood Orange Watermelon Smash

Felene Blood orange Watermelon smash

Felene blood orange watermelon smash

5 from 2 votes
Recipe by Kim Laderer
Prep time

10

minutes
Total time

10

minutes

The Blood orange watermelon smash is the quintessential summer cocktail. Summer and spring cocktails are meant to be a celebration of the season, featuring ripe, refreshing fruits paired with fabulous new vodka infusions.

Introducing the Felene Blood Orange Watermelon Smash – a cocktail that's as refreshing as it is delicious. This stunning drink is sure to leave you feeling rejuvenated and invigorated with every sip.

As the name suggests, this cocktail is bursting with the flavors of blood orange and watermelon. The organic, sugar-free blood orange-flavored vodka and fresh watermelon juice are expertly blended with a touch of simple syrup to create a perfectly balanced concoction.

With its vibrant red and pink colors, the Felene Blood Orange Watermelon Smash is a feast for the eyes. And as you take a sip, you'll immediately be transported to a tropical paradise, thanks to the juicy sweetness of the watermelon and the tangy zing of the blood orange.

This cocktail is not only a delight for the senses, but it's also made with organic ingredients, making it a guilt-free indulgence. So why not treat yourself to a Felene Blood Orange Watermelon Smash? It's the perfect way to unwind after a long day or to kick off a summer weekend with friends.

So sit back, relax, and let the flavors of this delicious concoction take you on a journey to a sun-soaked oasis.

Ingredients

  • 2 oz Felene Blood Orange Flavored Vodka

  • 2 cups Cut watermelon (enough to make 2 oz. of juice)

  • 1/4 oz simple syrup

  • 1 wedge Watermelon (for garnish)

  • ice

Directions

  • Add all ingredients to a shaker tin.
  • Muddle the watermelon thoroughly
  • strain through a fine mesh strainer into a second shaker tin with ice
  • shake vigorously
  • strain again into chilled martini glasses
  • garnish with a wedge of watermelon

Recipe Video

Notes

  • for a lighter, longer cocktail style serve over ice in a Collins glass
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