Recipe excerpted from Jerry Nevin’s Sloshies
With this drink at your next party, you won’t need Glinda to make you feel popular.
13 1/4 ounces water
11 1/4 ounces Simple Syrup
6 3/4 ounces Stellina Di Notte Prosecco
2 1/4 ounces Stirrings Peach Liqueur
6 3/4 ounces Midori Melon Liqueur
Place the ingredients in a medium-size metal bowl and stir.
Pour the liquid into a large freezer bag and place it in the freezer until frozen, approximately 4 hours. Alternatively, pour the liquid into an ice cream maker and proceed per the manufacturer’s instructions.
When you’re ready to drink, massage the freezer bag by hand until it’s a wet, slushy consistency. If it’s not breaking up, run the bag quickly under hot water and massage some more.
Makes at least 4 drinks.
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