Toast The End Of Summer With A Raspberry Melon Cocktail | KCET
Toast The End Of Summer With A Raspberry Melon Cocktail
Raspberry Melon Cocktail
16 parts vodka (Grey Goose recommends their own brand, of course)
32 parts freshly squeezed lemonade
8 parts Chambord® or premium raspberry liqueur
Honeydew melon balls
Add lemonade, vodka and Chambord to a large pitcher filled with crushed ice and stir well. Pour into highball glasses filled with ice and garnish with melon balls.
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