Nothing is better in the summertime than a great cocktail! WhileI love to indulge in margaritas and mai tai’s by the pool, those babies come with a ton of calories — and this mom doesn’t like to waste all her calories on drinks (I like to nosh, too!).
Luckily, there’s new BACARDI® Classic Cocktails Light Strawberry Daiquiri, which comes ready to serve right out of the bottle (yep – Bacardi rum is already in it!) with under 95 calories a serving!
I was sent a sample bottle of Bacardi Light Strawberry Daiquiri and decided to mix it up with some fresh lime and mint to make a refreshing strawberry mint daiquiri – kind of like a strawberry mojito! While Bacardi Light Strawberry Daiquiri tastes great right out of the bottle over ice, the addition of lime and mint cuts a bit of the sweetness, while still maintaining the natural fruitiness of the strawberry –
Plus it just looks pretty in a glass!
Bacardi Light Strawberry Mint Daiquiri
What you need:
- 1/2 cup crushed ice
- 2 lime wedges
- 4 mint leaves
- 6oz Bacardi Light Strawberry Daiquiri
How to prepare:
1. Squeeze the lime wedges into the glass
2. Tear the mint into tiny pieces
3. Add crushed ice
4. Pour Bacardi Light Strawberry Daiquiri
What I love the most about Bacardi Light Strawberry Daiquiri is that it’s made with quality ingredients, including natural flavors, real lime juice and cane sugar. It’s also easy to prepare, making it the perfect paring for summer parties, beach days and girls nights in — What’s not to love!?
When it comes to at-home entertaining, we want to have our cocktail and drink it too. With BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light, you don’t need to choose between serving great cocktails or socializing with friends. Enjoy the best of everything – the convenience of ready-to-serve cocktails and the confidence of natural ingredients mixed with the world’s most awarded spirit. BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light allow you to serve the best, naturally!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of BACARDI. The opinions and text are all mine. Sweepstakes Rules.