Sourkey Cocktail Recipe

I can’t believe that summer is finally here, I could cry. Living a Canadian winter makes you feel like there is no such thing as warmth, seriously sometimes I would question whether green grass and shorts are just a cruel myth or not. This makes summer so much more exciting and valuable for us!!!! Anywaaays, I have a different type of post today and it is only for my readers that are of legal drinking age or I guess your average rebellious teen (I pinky promise not to tell). I’m going to share with you a family recipe that goes back centuries… just kidding, I don’t think they had Raspberry Smirnoff in the 1800’s. I had a similar type of drink at a restaurant once and kind of put my own spin on it and now every time I go to a gathering my friends force me to make it. Guess it’s my own fault for being so amazing 😐 Now I’m not a big drinker by any means, cause I don’t like the taste alcohol, which is why this drink is so good/dangerous cause it literally tastes like juice. But beware that’s how it gets you. Here’s what you need:

1 shot of Raspberry Smirnoff (or two if you’re a risk taker)

1/2 cup Peach flavoured champagne 

1/4 cup Sprite 

1/4 Perrier or club soda 

+ a couple sour keys (or any candy of your choice)


Just the smell of it alone is heavenly. You can switch some stuff around if you want, but this combination is the best. Okay now go make this drink, amaze your friends and thank me later 😀


  1. reevasmall · May 22, 2016

    looks enticing haha

    Liked by 1 person

  2. jadelouisevincent · May 23, 2016

    That looks amazing!! Makes me excited for the end of exams xx

    Liked by 1 person

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