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Natalie's Juice Cocktails

Get ready to celebrate the Fourth of July in style with Boudreaux's Backyard and our lineup of patriotic cocktails featuring Natalie's Orchid Juices. Raise a glass to freedom and flavor with our tangy trio: indulge in the star-spangled Dreamcicle Mimosa with tangerine juice, ignite your taste buds with the explosive Tequila Sunrise featuring blood orange juice, and ignite the night with the zesty Bourbon Sour crafted with lemon and lime juices. Let Natalie's Orchid Juices be the star of your Independence Day festivities, delivering refreshing and vibrant flavors that will light up your palate. Cheers to a festive and flavorful Fourth of July with Boudreaux's Backyard and Natalie's Orchid Juices!


Dreamcicle Mimosa:

 Mix 32oz of Natalie's Tangerine juice with 1 can of condensed milk and 1/2 quart of heavy cream. Churn the mixture in an ice cream maker until frozen. If needed, place it in the freezer for further chilling (can be made the night before). Pour desired champagne into a glass and add a scoop of the tangy sherbet. Garnish with an orange slice for a delightful twist on a classic mimosa.

Bourbon Sour:

 In a large shaker filled with ice, combine 2 oz of your preferred bourbon, 1/2 ounce of Natalie's Lime Juice, 2 oz of Natalie's Lemon Juice, 1/2 ounce of simple syrup, and 1 egg white (optional but adds a frothy texture). Shake vigorously to mix. Strain the cocktail over large ice cubes or into a chilled glass. Garnish with maraschino cherries and lemon and lime slices for a delightful presentation.

Blood Orange Tequila Sunrise:

 Add ice to a shaker and pour in 2 oz of tequila (reposado works great) and 2 oz of Natalie's Blood Orange juice. Stir well to combine the flavors. In a highball glass, add 1/2 ounce of grenadine and crushed ice. Pour the tequila mixture over the grenadine and ice. Garnish as desired for a vibrant and refreshing Tequila Sunrise with a twist of blood orange.

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