Delicious New Year's Eve Cocktails Made with Ruby Red Grapefruit
This New Year's Eve wow your guests with some unique and fun Ruby Red grapefruit cocktails. You can make these delicious drinks with or without alcohol so that your friends who drink can enjoy them as well as your friends who don't. Kids who are attending the party will feel extra special when they can drink the same drinks as the adults just without an alcohol in them. Use one of these tasty recipes to make your own signature drink and really make your party special. If you're having a New Year's Eve wedding these delicious grapefruit cocktails will really make your event stand out.
Grapefruit Chiller – This is a very light drink that is perfect with dinner, or for people who only want to sip a cocktail over the course of an evening. Made without the alcohol and in punch form it's wonderful as an all purpose party punch. To make it just combine freshly squeezed Ruby Red grapefruit with some vodka, the juice of a lemon, and chilled sparkling water. The Ruby Red grapefruit will give the drink a delicate pink color and the sparkling water will make it very refreshing. Make a grapefruit or orange sorbet to serve in the glass if you want to make it extra special.
Grapefruit Champagne Cocktail – Instead of serving the same old champagne for toasting at midnight try serving this twisted version of a champagne cocktail. Mix fresh Ruby Red grapefruit juice with high quality champagne and a little mint garnish. If you're making a non alcoholic version substitute ginger ale or sparkling water for the champagne. That way all your guests will have the same drink to toast in the New Year, whether they choose to drink alcohol or not.
Grapefruit Gin Cooler – This interesting drink makes a wonderful signature cocktail because it's a little unusual but still super tasty. Mix fresh Ruby Red grapefruit juice with gin, champagne, and simple syrup. To make simple syrup just boil together water or grapefruit juice and sugar until they form a syrup. Mix everything in a blender and pour over ice, or some frozen grapefruit sorbet. The pretty pink color and blend of tastes will make your guests ask you how they can recreate it at home but don't tell them. Keep the recipe your own signature secret so that you can serve it at parties and holiday get togethers as your own special unique drink.