Saturday, May 14, 2011

Get your hula skirts on - these 'Tiki' mixes need some shakin'!

Lookin' for some summery drink mixes? Look no further...

Introducing -
Williams-Sonoma 'Tiki Cocktail Mixes' in 3 delicious flavors [!]
There is nothing I love more than entertaining, especially during lazy summer days :)

I can't say enough good things about the drink mixes from Williams- Sonoma- 
of course its always best to use fresh fruits and fresh-squeezed juices,
but if you want to kick back and leave the work to someone else,
these mixes are legit!

Try them all:
Beach Cruiser, Mai Tai, Pina Colada

Find it here:

Summer is the perfect time to kick back with good friends and cool cocktails. Great for parties or everyday sipping, our all-natural mixes are as much fun as a day at the beach. Just add your favorite rum or vodka – and enjoy a taste of paradise.
  • Two tropical cocktail bases for the ultimate island-style umbrella drinks.
  • Made with premium all-natural ingredients.
  • Our Beach Cruiser mix blends grapefruit, pineapple and passion fruit juices with a touch of lime and sweet cherry – just right for sipping under a colorful umbrella with your toes in the sand.
  • Inspired by the classic cocktail created by “Trader Vic” Bergeron back in 1944, our breezy Mai Tai mix blends sweet pineapple and tangy citrus with hints of grenadine and almond.
  • Easy to prepare – just add rum or vodka.
  • Recipes included.
  • 32 fl. oz. each (each flavor makes eight classic cocktails).
  • A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.

Looking for the fun without the alcohol?
Try Williams-Sonoma Sparkling Lemonade Tea!
Find it here:

Sunny afternoons and balmy evenings call for sitting on the front porch with a tall, cool Sparkling Lemonade Tea, an effervescent refresher that’s as laid-back as a summer breeze. Serve it over ice . . . and celebrate the carefree spirit of summer.
  • Made with a whole fresh-squeezed lemon in every bottle.
  • A fun and fizzy, sweet and tangy blend of lemonade and tea.
  • Sweetened with cane sugar.
  • Blended with naturally brewed black and green teas, with just a hint of lemongrass.


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