The first thing I loved about this drink? It matched my outdoor furniture. The second thing I loved about this drink? It's essentially blue slushy in liquid form, which is an iconic and nostalgic summer flavour IMO. With flavours of citrus, cherry, and blue raspberry, I was expecting the drink to be blue itself. Either way, would sip this while running through a sprinkler.
Okay, sorry that I'm still on the lemonade train! It's summer, okay! What do you want from ME? Ice your friends (or yourself) with Smirnoff Ice Peach Lemonade in a can or you can grab the mix and make your own summery cocktail. It's sweet and tastes like a juicy summer peach... What else do you need in a summer bev?
Now dear reader, you might be wondering...why didn't Isabella take a picture of her Smirnoff Ice Pink Lemonade? Well, it's because I was too distracted by drinking it (by this point you know how I feel about lemonade). A delicious new cooler perfect for backyard barbecues, it mixes the flavours of lemon and red berries to absolute perfection.
So visualize this: You're lounging on your deck. The sun is shining. There's not one cloud in the sky. Your summer playlist is absolutely bumping. You reach for your drink and it's a cold can of Snapple Spiked Peach Tea. You sip it with tears in your eyes. "Ahhh", you say out loud to absolutely no one. Peach and iced tea? Life is good.
Now, I am no bartender (you can probably tell by my affinity for a canned cocktail) but Baileys Colada makes it suuuuper easy to be one! It took me approximately 0.01 seconds to mix Baileys Colada with some soda water (topped with some whipped cream of course) for a piña colada float that tasted absolutely incredible TBH.
Hot tip (or...cold tip?): Freeze the drink to turn it into slush RIGHT in the bottle. It'll be such a treat to pull one of these out of your cooler bags or freezers and it's a gorgeous little slushy. No blender required. With real tastes of rum, coconut juice, and pineapple, you'll be wondering why you didn't try it sooner.
I'm always looking for new hard seltzers to try and this one from High Noon might be my new favourite. I can definitely see myself sipping on this by the lakeside when I go up north to the cottage later this summer. Super fizzy and citrusy, this is my new go-to.