It’s Easter time! Our deliciously blue Easter Italian Ice Cocktail is what you will want on your Easter table. It’s an Italian ice with a lot of amour fou! There’s also a bit of fruit flavored syrup, plus Grey Goose Vodka, and Miraval Côtes de Provence. Are you intrigued? If so, you can find the recipe down below!

It's Easter time! Our deliciously blue Easter Italian Ice Cocktail is what you will want on your Easter table. It's an Italian ice is shaved ice with a bit of fruit flavored syrup, plus Grey Goose Vodka and Miraval Côtes de Provence. Find the recipe on the blog!

Easter Italian Ice Cocktail

 
What are you sippin’ on for Easter Supper? I have a feeling someone in your dinner party would absolutely love our deliciously chill Easter Italian Ice Cocktail! We’re betting on it! It is 100% gorgeous! Plus, it only has three ingredients! How simple is that! I know, you may have partied hard for Mardi Gras, and you may have indulged big time, but you’re only young once (no matter what your age, I think we’re all young at heart). 

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

Basically, an Italian ice is shaved ice with a fruit flavored syrup. Can we agree on that? I can if you can. Now let’s proceed, shall we? So, I took a few (clearing my throat) liberties with our version of what we thought an Easter Italian ice should be. We got the ice part right, but we added just a few more ingredients to ensure maximum wowmazingness (yup, that’s a made up word)! Okay, let’s take it from the top! Here comes the reveal! And GO!

 First, we took out our Ninja blender and macerated a whole tribe of ice cubes. Yes, lots of innocent ice cubes were crushed beyond recognition to pull off this wonderful cocktail. Sorry, not sorry!

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

Then into a cocktail tin, we added Blue Curaçao syrup, a bit of Grey Goose premium vodka, and a healthy (we only do healthy splashes) splash of Miraval Rosé Côtes de Provence! But wait! We then created these decorative and sweet mini-skewers using Easter gummy candies, pastel colored malted chocolate balls, and slices of Meyer lemon. We thought they were quite festive and kinda cool. What say you?!

Easter Italian Ice

You know what? I am just realizing that all of the liquids in this cocktail are of French origin. Grey Goose? French! The lavender flavored Le Sirop de Monin? French! And finally, the super ‘lish Miraval Rosé Côtes de Provence? Without a doubt 100% Français! So, basically, what I’m saying is, name aside. Our Italian ice is only an Italian ice by name, it’s soul, however, is fundamentally French. 

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

I don’t usually use words like adorable and cute, so I can’t really describe this cocktail as such. But it is, “Pretty cool, huh?”

 

So, in the end, we thought everything came out looking pretty okay and it wound up tasting even okay-er. And I normally don’t do the whole “sweet” cocktail thing, because macho! Yet, somehow I really took a shine to this kinda sorta sweet cocktail creation.

In closing, allow me to say one thing about Meyer lemons. Are  you familiar? You probably are, because I am typically always the last to know. Anyway, Meyer lemons are all that and a bag of lemons! Get this, they kinda look like small oranges, right? But they’re not, they are indeed lemons, but lemons with more of a sweet rather than sour taste. More of an orangey rather than a lemony taste. Who knew? And by the way, Happy Easter from The Wortheys!

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

Easter Italian Ice 
 

Ingredients:

  • 1-ounce blue curaçao syrup
  • 1 ounce Grey Goose Vodka
  • 3 ounces Miraval Côtes de Provence
  • Crushed Ice
  • Meyer Lemon Slices
  • Easter Candies

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

Directions:

  1. Prep, add 2 cups of ice cubes in a Ninja blender and pulse until you get ice that resembles slushy ice. Fill two goblets with ice and place into the freezer until later. 
  2. Into a cocktail tin, add blue curaçao syrup, Grey Goose vodka, and Miraval Côtes de Provence, and several ice cubes.
  3. Using a long-handled bar spoon stir the contents vigorously for 30 seconds.
  4. Remove ice-filled goblets from the freezer and strain in the cocktail.
  5. Garnish with Easter candy and Meyer lemon skewers.
  6. Serve.

Drink responsibly, and never drink and drive

 

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

Easter Italian Ice Cocktail
 
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Recipe type: Cocktails
Cuisine: American
Serves: 1 serving
Ingredients
  • 1 ounce blue curaçao syrup
  • 1 ounce Grey Goose Vodka
  • 3 ounces Miraval Côtes de Provence
  • Crushed Ice
  • Meyer Lemon Slices
  • Easter Candies
Instructions
  1. Prep, add 2 cups of ice cubes in a Ninja blender and pulse until you get ice that resembles slushy ice. Fill two goblets with ice and place into the freezer until later.
  2. Into a cocktail tin, add blue curaçao syrup, Grey Goose vodka, and Miraval Côtes de Provence, and several ice cubes.
  3. Using a long-handled bar spoon stir the contents vigorously for 30 seconds.
  4. Remove ice-filled goblets from the freezer and strain in the cocktail.
  5. Garnish with Easter candy and Meyer lemon skewers.
  6. Serve.

 Easter Blue Italian Ice Cocktail

 

It's Easter time! Our deliciously blue Easter Italian Ice Cocktail is what you will want on your Easter table. It's an Italian ice is shaved ice with a bit of fruit flavored syrup, plus Grey Goose Vodka and Miraval Côtes de Provence. Find the recipe on the blog!

 

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