For a festive spin on Thirsty Thursday this week, I found a yummy Easter Egg Cocktail recipe, from about.com. According to the site, “The mix of blue and white liqueurs produces a pale blue base for the Easter Egg Cocktail. Top it off by floating half-and-half over the liqueurs in a short glass and you’ve got yourself a liquid Easter egg that is better than those you may hunt.”
- 1 oz blue curaçao
- 1 oz white crème de cacao
- Pour the blue curaçao and crème de cacao over ice cubes in an old fashioned glass.
- Float the half-and-half on top to taste.
- Sip and enjoy!
Wouldn’t this Rachel Leigh
Audrey Enamel Bow Bracelet be a great addition, while sipping your Easter Egg cocktail…or to your Easter Egg basket?
Maybe one in every color?
I mean if Easter eggs can be multi-colored, my arm can be too, right?
If you’re a big fan of Jack Rogers, like I am, they’re on Rue La La
tomorrow, starting at 11am. Although, the last couple of times Jack Rogers has been featured on Rue La La
, they have not carried this style below. They normally sell their clothes and other shoes at a discount though. Click here
for your free invitation to Rue La La
. I’ll be checking in to see if they have these, just in case!
Yesterday’s Wednesday Whereabouts was the Aventura Spa Palace on the Mayan Riviera in Mexico (just south of Cozumel). I need a tropical vacation. Haha! I think we all do at this point!
Photo Credit from Yesterday’s Post: 1