Recipe by Sharon
"Graciously cold, wonderful, refreshing summer treat! This recipe is good even without the brandy!"
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4 (2 g) bags
1 (16 ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate
1 (16 ounce) can
frozen orange juice concentrate
1 (2 liter) bottle
lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
This is a family christmas traditon in my home. The few changes I make is to add 1 (16oz can frozen limeaid) and use pink lemonade instead of regular. I still add the orange juice to it also. We always make two batches for x-mas one with Brandy for the adults and one without for the kids. It's always a hit.
This is such a delicious treat. The green tea gives it a really refreshing flavor. Using blackberry brandy also works really well, but it's just plain yummy any way you make it.
Brandy slush the way it is supposed to be. Next time I will double the recipe. This was so good, I drank it all myself!
Incredible! This was our exclusive "holiday" drink for years, but now make a couple of double batches in the summer. Nice to have on hand. Make it in an ice bucket several days in advance of first use. Easy to take to parties. Usually use caffeine-free tea and Sierra Mist, but the cranberry lemon-lime drink is good, too. Have made it with Stevia instead of sugar, and it was good. Couldn't tell the difference. It's all good.
A big hit! Everyone really liked it! I will definitely make it again.
Delish! I used a combo of 1/2 Cherry UV and 1/2 plain vodka. Definitely has a kick to it! Also used Sierra Mist Cranberry Splash for the soda. Very red and festive for the holidays!
This is a wonderful recipe! Thank you!!!
This was great on a hot summer day.
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