This post is sponsored by Heaven Hill Distilleries Heaven Hill Family of Brands. Bardstown, KY © 2015
I’ve been doing a lot of grilling and enjoying the summer outside. I need to take advantage before the Texas triple digit summer arrives. One of the great things about summer is that I can finally entertain guest. I can’t exactly have a party in my tiny house but, when summer comes, around I can have a party outside.
I have always loved to entertain outside but, since I moved into a tiny house I appreciate it even more! I love to enjoy friend gathered around laughing and enjoying lively conversation. When entertaining you want your guest to feel comfortable but, there are two things that will make any party a hit, good food, and a good drink. Things can get crazy when entertaining but, if you have good food and good drinks your party will be a success.
I have a great collection of summer dishes but, what about a good summer cocktail? There are two things that I look for in a summer cocktail, and that is for it to be light and refreshing. When PAMA Liqueur asked me to create a recipe using their pomegranate liqueur I thought it would be perfect for a light and refreshing summer cocktail. I love the fresh tart taste of pomegranate and thought it would be perfect for a summer cocktail that all your guest will love.
There is one cocktail that always makes me think of lazy summer days, the dark & stormy. It has everything that you would expect in a summer cocktail, citrus, ginger and a bit of rum. I added some PAMA Liqueur to the mix and discovered a wonderfully thirst-quenching cocktail. The PAMA Liqueur pairs perfectly with the ginger beer and dark rum and the pink hue screams “Drink me!”
PAMA Liqueur wants to help you get your own summer party started. Visit PAMA Liqueur’s Celebrate Summer Contest page for a chance to win a $500 or $250 PAMA party kit. So, go ahead and click and you will be one step closer to potentially throwing the best summer shin-dig ever!
- 1 oz PAMA Liqueur
- 1½ oz dark rum
- 3 oz ginger beer
- juice from ½ a lime
- Fill a highball glass to the top. Combine everything in a shaker, stir and pour over ice. Garnish with a lime wedge.
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