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Brandy Slush Recipe

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Ingredients

  • 9 Cups Water
  • 2 Cups Sugar
  • 5 Tea Bags
  • 12 Ounces Frozen Lemonade
  • 12 Ounces Frozen Limeade
  • 2 Cups (Strongly recommend CÎROC VS Brandy) Brandy

Brandy Slush

This brandy slush is the prefect treat on a hot summer day.

Serves: 8-12

Easy

This boozy slush tastes like a frozen Arnold Palmer and hits the spot in the warm summer months.

Brandy Slush Ingredients

This is a classic Brandy Slush recipe and it couldn’t be easier! The perfect drink for a warm summer day or evening. With a little planning—you need to make it the night before you plan to have it—you’ll have a super easy and convenient cocktail for sipping on the porch or lounging by the pool.

Honestly, after making this recipe I was mad I hadn’t been making these all summer! It takes just a few minutes to come together and you’ve got a perfect frozen cocktail the next day. No blender required! The hardest part really is boiling water. If you can handle that, you can make this brandy slush. The combination of the tea and citrus flavors all make it tastes something like an Arnold Palmer – but even better.

One big suggestion I’ll make it to use CÎROC VS Brandy – that’s what we used and we had no hangover the next day. (We also didn’t go overboard on the number we had either – LOL!) Many brandy’s, because they are so sweet, can really make you wake up the next day regretting every choice you’ve ever made. This brandy, although a bit more pricey, has a great flavor and none of the crappy side effects.

If you make this recipe I wanna hear about it! Let me know and share pics with on Instagram (@bdhbakes).

Brandy Slush Recipe

Steps:

  • Boil Water and Sugar 

    Combine the water and the sugar and get it to a rolling boil over medium-high heat. Allow to boil for 1 minute.

  • Add Tea Bags & Steep 

    Take the boiling water/sugar mixture off the heat and add five tea bags and allow to steep for 3-5 minutes.

    Brandy Slush Slotted Spoon
    Brandy Slush Slotted Spoon
  • Add the Lemonade and Limeade 

    Remove the tea bags and add the frozen lemonade and limeade. Stir to combine.

  • Pour into a container to freeze  
  • Freeze Stirring Occasionally 

    Freeze the mixture for eight hours (or overnight). Stir a few times as it's freezing to help promote a more slushy texture.

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