The Frenchy Cocktail

frency cocktail // pale yellow

Sometimes after work there are beautiful, sunny afternoons where all important work is put aside, and it becomes possible to enjoy life.  For this perfect afternoon I sat outside on the deck, stretched out my legs, and read a book while basking in the sun.  Some music played in the background and life was good.

frency cocktail // pale yellow

What is needed to make a good life better?  A cocktail, of course.  Something light and fruity, and a little bit fizzy.  After coming inside to check my level of redness, definitely some color, but not too much, I looked through my bookmarks to find a cocktail to make.

frency cocktail // pale yellow

This Frenchy Cocktail looked beautiful and simple enough.  Obviously I needed to buy all the ingredients so I put on my flip flops on and headed to the store.  On the way I passed an adorable little boy, probably 8 or 9, singing as he walked home.  He was so cute I couldn’t help but smile.  As I did, he turned to me and said “Good Afternoon.”  This made me smile even more so I turned and said good afternoon back and told him how much I liked his singing.  He responded with a big grin and a cheerful thank you.  My interaction with him made my perfect afternoon even more lovely!

frency cocktail // pale yellow

Once I got home this cocktail took about 2 minutes to make; add some ice, portion out some pineapple juice, cranberry juice, and vodka, then top with some seltzer, done.  I tried the drink with and without seltzer and the seltzer just adds a little extra zing.  This is a delightful cocktail that seems fancy, but is super easy to throw together.  I imagine this would be lovely in a pitcher for a party.  A surefire way to make a great afternoon even better!

frency cocktail // pale yellow

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The Frenchy Cocktail

Adapted from Intoxicology

Yield – 1 delightful drink

1 1/2 ounces Pear Vodka (I used Smirnoff)
3 ounces Pineapple Juice
1 ounce Cranberry Juice
Ice
Seltzer, optional

  1. Add a handful of ice to your glass.
  2. Pour in the vodka and pineapple.  Pour in the cranberry.
  3. Top with seltzer if you desire a bit of bubbly.
  4. Don’t stir!  Enjoy responsibly.frency cocktail // pale yellow
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3 responses to “The Frenchy Cocktail

  1. Irene

    Sounds like a lovely afternoon! I wish I had a deck!

  2. Pingback: What I Learned This Week #29 | Pale Yellow

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