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It’s the Holidays! Be honest with me…. How busy are you? Every year I tell myself that I will plan ahead and make extra tamales or extra cookies. I’ll shop for Christmas gifts months in advance. Nope. Never happens. Instead, I opt for easy and quick so I can do everything and be everywhere at once. That’s why this 7UP Lime is Fine during Christmas Time Cocktail is perfect for Holiday entertaining.
I was at Walmart the other day and picked up a 2-liter bottle of 7UP for a pretty good price. Must save where I can. Mama’s got presents to buy! But, that’s not my favorite part… With every purchase there will be a donation to The Salvation Army. Look for specially marked packages at Walmart. I try my best to give all year long, but there’s something about giving during the Holidays that makes it much more special. I start thinking about people who are alone on Christmas, and it always gets to me. It reminds me of when I was a single mom, and it was just me and the kiddo on special holidays – birthdays, Mother’s Day. You never know… This little contribution could bring a lot of holiday cheer to someone else. Learn more about the partnership with The Salvation Army, CLICK HERE.
The key to this Lime is Fine During Christmas Time Cocktail is fresh lime juice. I can normally find a good deal on lime, and the citrusy, freshness of the fruit goes a long way.
I’m using silver tequila because… hello, I’m Mexican. We like tequila south of the border. Tequila seems to scream FIESTA! Holiday parties can’t be without a signature drink, right?! Shake it up with the 7UP. You can also use Canada Dry Ginger Ale or Squirt.
Don’t forget to garnish with a wedge of fresh lime, and done! Your Lime is Fine During Christmas Time Cocktail will make Holiday entertaining easy breezy. Hope you enjoy!
Lime is Fine During Christmas Time Cocktail
- 4 oz 7UP or Canada Dry Ginger Ale
- 2 oz silver tequila
- Juice of ½ lime
- Lime wedge for garnish
- Pour everything in a cocktail mixer.
- Add ice.
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