5 Frozen Cocktail Recipes To Make Using An Active-Blender
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The equivalent of enjoying a bar of ice cream or sorbet for a chill summer evening is to sip on a frozen cocktail or two, as a way of relaxing. Cold, sweet and loaded with fresh flavours of delicious fruits, these cocktails are not just a way of impressing your guests, but also about minimising your effort while hosting. Enter Glen’s Active-Blender Grinder – an appliance which allows you to batch cocktails for a larger group of people due to its multi-purpose usage and three different types of jars which are ideal for blending smoothies, chutneys, milkshakes and more!

Piña Colada

Combine a cup of frozen pineapple chunks with 60 ml of coconut cream, 60 ml of white rum, 30 ml of coconut milk and lots of ice. Blend all ingredients until smooth. Serve in a chilled glass with a pineapple wedge and cherry for garnish, to sip while feeling like you’re on a tropical holiday the whole time.

Frozen Blueberry Mojito

A berry lover’s delight, this mojito is made by combining a cup of frozen blueberries, 60 ml white rum, 30 ml lime juice, 30 ml simple syrup, fresh mint leaves and ice. The riotous purple hue of the cocktail offers itself up as the perfect backdrop for a beautiful summer evening by the beach, or an outdoor garden party.

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Frozen Margarita

Make this tequila classic by combining it with 30 ml of triple sec, 30 ml lime juice and ice in a blender jar. Blitz until smooth while you rim glasses with salt. Pour the margarita mixture and garnish with a lime wedge before serving with a cute straw and cocktail umbrella for decorative purposes. You could also add any kind of fruit syrup while blending the cocktail, should you choose to skip the classic and make something more seasonal.

Frozen Mango Daiquiri

What’s a frozen cocktail party without a seasonal drink! Freeze 2 cups of frozen mango chunks so you don’t have to use ice cubes and blend it with 30 ml white rum, 30 ml lime juice and a tablespoon of simple syrup. Serve in a chilled glass with a slice of fresh mango for garnish. Enjoy the daiquiri as it is or replace the mango with fruits like frozen watermelon or litchi to enjoy a variety of flavours.

Frozen Mojito

Replace the 60 ml of white rum with no alcohol for a mocktail version that could also use 30 ml lime juice, 30 ml simple syrup, 6-8 mint leaves and ice. Once blended well, pour the mixture into glasses and enjoy a refreshingly minty cocktail that is perfect to combat the scorching heatwave. Add a splash of limoncello, if desired.