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Today we are featuring iSi's Twist'n'Sparkle  beverage carbonation system and mixing some virtual cocktails at the Daily Grommet HQ (all in the name of product testing of course). So, in the spirit of today's Grommet, we turned to Twitter and asked some of our favorite party hostesses what cocktails they like to mix up after a long day's work or when they gather with friends.

@HWTM_Jenn: A French Martini! Garnish with lemon peel twist or pineapple leaf.

1 1/2 oz vodka
1/4 oz Chambord® Raspberry Liqueur
1/4 oz fresh pineapple juice

Shake with ice and pour into a cocktail or martini glass.

Visit Jennifer over at Hostess with the Mostess

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@ABCDdesigns: A Frozen Vodka Slush. Prepare this recipe a day or two in advance so the slush can freeze and be extra delicious when served.

Ingredients: 8 cups water, 3 cups white sugar, juice of 2 lemons, juice of 2 oranges, one 48oz can of pineapple juice, one 12oz can frozen Minute Maid grapefruit juice, one 12oz can of frozen Minute Maid lemonade, 26oz Vodka (I prefer Ketel One)

Method:
-Make a simple syrup. Let cool.
-In a separate bowl, combine the juice of 2 lemons, 2 oranges, 1 48oz can of pineapple juice, 1 12oz can frozen Minute Maid grapefruit juice, 1 12oz can of frozen Minute Maid lemonade and 26oz Vodka.
-Add the juice/vodka mix to the syrup. Stir and transfer into an air-tight tupperware container(s) with lid(s). Freeze.
-When guests arrive, stir the slush and fill the glass half-full with frozen vodka slush. Fill the rest of the glass with diet 7-Up. Enjoy!
Visit Amy at ABCD Designs
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@KimVallee: Tom Collins. Prepare a drink station with everything you need:  ice cubes, two jiggers, two bar spoons, favorite  gin bottle(s), soda water bottles, simple syrup, fresh mints, and plenty of high ball glasses.
How to make a Tom Collins:
  1. Pour 1 large measure of gin in a highball glass followed by 1 small measure of lemon juice and a hint of simple syrup.
  2. Fill the glass with ice cubes
  3. Top with soda water
  4. Mix the ingredients with the spoon
  5. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint. If you want, add a lemon slice to the garnish.

Visit Kim: At Home with Kim Vallee

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@TheHipHostess: Raspberrytini! We usually make a big batch and whip in up in the blender to get it nice & foamy. Super refreshing Summer Drink!

1 oz Raspberry Vodka, 1 oz Triple Sec, 2 tsp Frozen Raspberry Lemonade Concentrate

Shake in Cocktail Shaker

To Make a Pitcher

Approx. ½ Cup Raspeberry Vodka, Approx. ½ Cup Triple Sec, 1 Can Frozen Raspberry Lemonade Concentrate

Add to Blender and whip until foamy then Garnish with Lemon Slice

Visit Deborah at The Hip Hostess Blog

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@SecndCitySoiree: French 77!

1 shot St. Germain elderflower liqueur (available at bigger liquor stores, i.e. Sam's or Binny's)
1/2 shot fresh squeezed lemon juice
-Fill glass with Champagne
Garnish with optional lemon twist

Visit Jen over at Second City Soiree

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@TomKatStudio:  Kimarita

{Margarita on the Rocks}

1 Part Patron Tequila
3 Parts Baja Bob's Sugar Free Margarita Mix
Splash of OJ

Serve over ice in a salt rimmed glass

More from Kim at TomKat Studio

Thank you Jennifer, Amy, Kim,  Deborah, Jen and Kim S. for sharing your favorite cocktails with us (they all sound delicious)!

If you have a favorite cocktail you would like to share- feel free to leave it in the comments below, we would love to test hear about it!

Comments

  • Debbie @The Hip Hostess
    Debbie @The Hip Hostess Says:

    I love discovering new cocktails to mix up and these are so fabulous! We're so flattered to be among such super Hip Hostesses!

  • ABC Dragoo
    ABC Dragoo Says:

    Hello!

    Thank you ever-so-much for reaching out to me and including one of my favorite cocktail recipes on the Daily Grommet! All of these drinks look completely delicious, I can't wait to try them out while entertaining this summer.

    Tori, I see you linked to my tumblr - and that is right because I have been having some blog issues lately, but I think I am up and running again at ABCD Design: www.abcddesign.com

    Thanks again for including ABCD!
    xoxABCD

  • Chico Stylist
    Chico Stylist Says:

    These drinks sound fabulous for summer entertaining. This makes me want to shake one of the drinks up, style myself pretty, and invite some friends over for a Summer Soiree. Thank you for sharing with us! Cheers, to new and old twitter friends! @ChicoStylist

  • Tori
    Tori Says:

    Thank you ladies for sharing such great sipping ideas! Amy, I changed the link and am happy to hear your lovely website is back in business!

  • Jenn @ HWTM
    Jenn @ HWTM Says:

    Thanks so much for including me! All of these drinks look fantastic... too bad we can't have a big cocktail party and enjoy them together... I'd love to toast with everyone here :)

    P.S. Definitely going to have to try the frozen vodka slush soon with the weather heating up already!

  • Lea McIntosh
    Lea McIntosh Says:

    Such great recipes! Sorry we missed your tweet for a round of drinks from your fav hostess'! These days I am loving dark chocolate and can't get enough of it! Here is a recipe I created for a special New Year's dessert party:

    Chocolate Haze
    2.5 oz. Grey Goose vanilla vodka
    2.5 oz. Frangelico hazelnut liqueur
    1 oz. butterscotch schnapps
    1 oz. Godiva chocolate liqueur

    Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, Grey Goose vanilla vodka, Frangelico hazelnut
    liqueur, and butterscotch schnapps, then shake. Strain into an 8 oz. chilled
    martini glass. Then, slowly pour the Godiva chocolate liqueur down the center to
    create the chocolate haze.

    Also, I'm working on making a 'Captain Crunkberry' recipe which I will share when I've got the perfect mix! Is there a DDR party in the future? LOL. I can feel the aches already!

    Cheers,
    Chef Lea McIntosh
    Nesting Newbies

  • ABC Dragoo
    ABC Dragoo Says:

    Well, aren't you just a dear? Thanks!


    ...and thanks again for allowing me to take part in this post - what a distinctive group of Hostesses!

  • Chris @ Celebrations At Home
    Chris @ Celebrations At Home Says:

    I'm starting to get thirsty here!
    My new fave is Lemonade mixed with Lemoncello...Delish!

  • Jen @ SecondCitySoiree
    Jen @ SecondCitySoiree Says:

    Well, if we can't all gather together in real life, I'm happy to be invited to the chicest virtual cocktail party around...thanks for reaching out to me, Tori. Everyone's drinks sound divine!

  • Kim - The TomKat Studio
    Kim - The TomKat Studio Says:

    Thank you so much for including my favorite cocktail, Tori! So much fun! Happy to featured along all of these fabulous party girls! One day, ladies....we will all have a drink together! Let's put together a "party girl" conference!!

  • Slush Syrup
    Slush Syrup Says:

    Thanks for sharing this information about mocktails

  • Malcolm Frizzell
    Malcolm Frizzell Says:

    Thanks for the articles!

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  • eva
    eva Says:

    Best cocktial i ever had was made with ty ku its a soju i guess like vodka but fewer calories.. so yummy i love it! try it!!

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