bourbon slush

bourbon slush.  ahhhh Christmas Eve.  my grandma started making this delicious concoction back in 1989 and made it every christmas eve when we were growing up.  i didn’t get to DRINK any of it until i was 21 in 2003…but i know the adults enjoyed it for many years before that.  i remember when my grandma could give me a little taste of the orange ice when i was younger…and i knew that someday…i’d be drinking these on christmas eve :).  this drink is so refreshing and festive.  the perfect compliment to my other favorite christmas drink, the caramel apple hot toddy.  you should always have a warm and a cold option for your guests!

 

i love fun drink recipes because they’re simple.  mix the ingredients, freeze, and serve.  voila! christmas is served!

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be sure to try our other favorite holiday drinks! the caramel apple hot toddy, the tipsy nutella cocoa, and homemade irish cream!!! happy holidays!

 
Ingredients
  • 1 c. sugar
  • 2 c. warm water
  • 6 oz. can Frozen Orange Juice - thawed
  • 6 oz. can Frozen Lemonade - thawed
  • 6 more cups water
  • 3 t. Instant Tea
  • 1½ c. Bourbon (can substitute Rum for Rum Slush)
Instructions
  1. Dissolve the sugar in 2 c. warm water.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients to the sugar mixture.
  3. Stir until thoroughly combined.
  4. Place in a freezer container and freeze overnight.
  5. Take out about ½ hour before serving.

 

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Becky Hardin (292 Posts)

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