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“Something Blue” A Destination Wedding Cocktail

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Looking for the perfect “something blue” to celebrate a destination wedding or exotic honeymoon? There’s no better way to to toast an island affair than a send-off in style with a few ladies of honor – and a few tasty cocktail recipes in hand to set the mood.

We like to start the party with a classic cocktail — the Tacori Blue Hawaiian — inspired by the liquid blue hues of the Island Rains collection.

A Tacori Girl knows how to set the scene at home with fresh hibiscus crowns and colorful lanterns aglow. Perfectly chosen accessories are as important as the tropical playlist, and a glimmer of Island Rains jewelry across the wrists is the sparkling touch for entertaining.

All that’s left now is the “something blue” cocktail to celebrate the Island Dreams. Start with brightly colored garnishes: sliced wedges of pineapple, thin rounds of cucumber, and bright maraschino cherries. We like to have a few orchid blooms at the ready, knowing that a touch of color is enough to elevate a cocktail—and a cocktail party.

Then, get ready to shake it up – both the drink, and you and your friends on the dance floor. Enjoy, Tacori Girls!

Here are your ingredients:

Tacori Blue Hawaiian
Ingredients:
2oz pineapple juice
1.5oz vodka
3/4oz blue Curaçao liqueur
1/2oz fresh lime juice
1/2oz simple syrup<
splash of half-and-half
pineapple leaf, pineapple, limes and maraschino cherries for garnish

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