Mother’s Day Lemon Lavender Spritz!

Mother’s Day is just a few weeks away, and what better way to celebrate with your mama than a delicious cocktail?!

When we heard about Belle Isle’s new Lemon Lavender Moonshine, we knew we wanted to incorporate it into a drink and with its beautiful lilac color, we knew it’d be perfect for Mother’s Day!

Enjoy this spritz on the front porch after Mother’s Day brunch; the lemon and lavender bring a bright citrus and herbal flavor, while the bubbles make it an ideal post-meal sipper.

To coordinate with the colors of the cocktail, we chose to set our Mother’s Day table with these items:

With an array of different colors and styles in our collections, you’re sure to find the perfect tableware and decor for your mom!

LEMON LAVENDER SPRITZ

YOU WILL NEED:

  • Belle Isle Lemon Lavender Moonshine
  • La Croix LimonCello flavored sparkling water
  • 2 Lemons
  • Few Sprigs of Lavender
  • Few Sprigs of Mint
  • Ice Cubes
  • Sharp Knife
  • Rind Peeler (optional)
  • Cutting Board

STEP 1:

Use the knife or rind peeler to peel one of the lemons for garnish, then cut the other lemon into slices and set aside. Separate sprigs of mint and lavender for garnish, set aside.

STEP 2:

Fill your cup with ice, then pour 1 shot of Belle Isle Lemon Lavender Moonshine into it.

Pouring the Belle Isle Moonshine into the

STEP 3:

Fill the cup the rest of the way with La Croix LimonCello flavored sparkling water.

STEP 4:

Squeeze one lemon slice into the drink, then garnish with the lemon peel, mint, and lavender.

STEP 5:

Enjoy!

If you love this recipe or set your Mother’s Day table with our products, we would love to see them! Tag @jollityandco and use the hashtag #partywithjollity

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