Meet your summer refresher! When I found this frozen mint lemonade on a menu, I couldn’t resist. I knew on first sip that I would have to recreate it for you.
This ice cold drink is the epitome of refreshing. It’s infused with fresh mint flavor and offers a light, balanced blend of tartness and sweetness. It’s also super easy to whip up in your blender.
If you’re wondering if this frozen treat tastes good with a splash of bourbon, a) I like you, and b) I can confirm that it does indeed. I think it would also be great with vodka or gin.
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