This lemon blueberry vodka spritzer is perfect for holiday parties, weekend brunches or girl’s nights. If you are searching for a signature drink, your search is over thanks to this easy cocktail recipe!
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Signature drinks are for more than weddings. They can be created for girl’s nights, weekend brunches or holiday parties. Last year, I was on the hunt for the perfect signature drink. And I found it.
On Christmas Eve, some of my family members came to my house for an impromptu gathering of presents, appetizers and beverages.
I agreed to it at the last minute and with everything else that is going on (holiday season – I know you know what I mean) I don’t have a lot of time to play hostess.
An easy and delicious drink recipe is definitely needed and this is the one.
This lemon blueberry vodka spritzer is just what a great party needs. It is easy to make and it contains some of my favorite ingredients: lemon sparkling water, blueberry vodka, and honey simple syrup.
It’s so easy to make, in fact, that you could even turn it into a last minute party punch! If you’re looking for what to use with blueberry vodka, keep this easy drink idea recipe handy!
Lemon Blueberry Vodka Spritzer
First, mix up a batch of honey simple syrup. Making simple syrups is my favorite way to add my own touch to traditional cocktails and honey simple syrup is my #1 go-to.
It is so easy to make – just combine 1 part water and 1 part honey in a small pan over low heat until the honey dissolves and a syrup is created. Let it cool and it is ready to be added to your drinks.
Next, add a dash of fruity fun with blueberry vodka. You can infuse your own if you have time or find it at the store. I usually buy mine and keep it on hand.
Combine the honey simple syrup, blueberry vodka and some ice in a shaker to chill it and strain everything into a glass filled with ice.
Top this sweet fruity combo with sparkling water.
I used the lemon flavored sparkling water for this drink but you could also try the lime, berry or blackberry flavors. If you want to offer your guests a little variety, buy one of each flavor and let your guests choose which flavor they want.
Garnish your drinks with lemon slices, fresh blueberries and a sprig of rosemary for a fun holiday touch.
Honey Simple Syrup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 667 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 68mg Fiber: 0g Sugar: 154g Protein: 1g