Thanks to the new Seagram's Escapes, there was virtually no prep-time for me...I just grabbed a few variety packs (they have 17 flavors to choose from!), and put them on ice. Guests could help themselves to their flavor of choice, and since they have a low-volume of alcohol, we didn't have to worry about having 'too much fun' with the kids around.
Let me preface by telling you I've never been a wine-cooler kind of girl. My last wine-cooler experience was sharing one with my friend, Shelly, while hiding in her closet. (We'd 'borrowed' it from someone.) I won't tell you how
Even though many years have passed, I was still hesitant to try them again. But I was shocked at how good they are, and with the touch of fizz, they make a refreshing hot-day drink. I'm still staying away from peach flavors, but so far I love Pink Punch and Jamaican Me Happy. All the bright colors make a fun presentation, too.
The blogger in me couldn't bear to toss the cute bottles once they were emptied, so I used them as vases for a little party decor.
And talk about convenient, they offer 6 Seagram's Escapes flavors in individual frozen packs! Just open, pour, and enjoy! No blender, ingredients, or leftovers to deal with.
But if you do want to get a little fancier, the website has a ton of recipes using your favorite Seagram's Escape flavor. This one would be a great punch for Summer parties and showers.
But since ours was a casual, last-minute affair, I skipped all that and just made the bottles and frozen pouches available for our guests. We had a great time (as evidenced by all the empty bottles!), and there is already talk of our next happy hour!
You're crazy if you think I'm showing you pictures of us sitting around in our bathing suits!
Do you have any memories involving wine-coolers?
What's the easy go to beverage you serve at parties?