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In this episode, we wanted to make our own unique tropical cocktail using watermelon, lime, and orange. With the addition of VT Blood Orange Champagne and VT Light Rum, this mix turned out to be a wonderfully refreshing watermelon "Daiquiri" type cocktail. Full recipe notes at https://youtu.be/MYdes2PLtnU .
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I mix low so you will more than likely have to increase (up to double) my percentages.
A fruity fun punch recipe just in time for spring weather
FLV Tropical Punch makes up the majority of this juice. It's weaker for FLV, so at 4% it's just enough to give a full bodied fruit punch juice type flavor, but the "fruit" is a little vague so we're adding some friends to help it stand out a bit.
LA Watermelon Clear comes next, adding some sweet, semi candied back notes to the juice, helping both the mixed fruit profile and giving some life to the nectar/syrup body of the juice.
INW Cherries boosts the cherry ntoes I get from FLV Tropical Punch. Any higher than .5 results in instant robotussin flavor, but it balances nicely.
FLV Blueberry is the last fruit additive, giving some depth the the watermelon and mixed fruit.
INW Cactus is here at .25% to stay hidden while still adding some juicy mouthfeel
FLV Guava adds a nice tart finishing note to offer balance to the ultra sweet and syrupy juice.