This post is in collaboration with Alize Peach. Intended for those 21+.
One of my favorite flavors in drinks is peach. It’s sweet, refreshing and just tastes good with anything. It also pairs well with other flavors such as raspberry, lemon, or strawberry. I also have been eating peaches daily because in Texas they’re in season, and they taste amazing right now.
Alizé recently released Alizé Peach which is a premium French vodka made of ripe, sweet, juicy peaches blended with French vodka. The taste is smooth and is simply fabulous on its own on the rocks or for mimosas, margaritas, and other cocktails like my Peachy Keen.
I came up with the name because I felt simply peachy keen after sipping on one—it’s bubbly, sweet and a gorgeous cocktail that’ll make you look like an expert mixologist.
I tend to keep my cocktail recipes on the easy side so that you can whip one up after work to have with dinner or you could make a large batch for girls night in.
Peachy Keen Cocktail
Recipe Makes 1 Cocktail
- Alizé Peach (2.5 oz.)
- Prosecco (2 oz.)
- Grenadine (Splash)
- Maraschino Cherries (For Garnish)
- Diced Peaches (For Garnish)
- Fill a rocks glass with ice.
- Pour in 2 oz. of Prosecco.
- Pour in 2.5 of Alizé Peach.
- Splash a bit of grenadine in the center. (Do not mix!)
- Top with a cherry, diced peaches and add in a straw. Enjoy!
The grenadine settles to the bottom to create a pretty red/orange ombre effect. It’s a simple, stunning cocktail. You could also use Alizé Peach in a pitcher of iced tea or lemonade (or an Arnold Palmer mix of both). Or mix it with some lemon lime soda or club soda for a simple, effervescent spritzer.
Alizé also has other delicious liqueurs such as Alizé Red Passion, Alizé Gold Passion and Alizé Bleu Passion. All use premium ingredients and exotic fruits from all over the world including Brazil and Chile. The retail price is about $19.99 per bottle, which is enough for plenty of tasty libations.
You can learn more about Alizé at their website and on social media:
I’ll be back tomorrow with the reveal of my peachy coral (notice a pattern here?) office closet doors that I painted for National Painting Week. Here’s a sneak peek. I LOVE THEM! xo.