The Skinny Watermelon Smash {cocktail recipe}

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Happy Memorial Day! Before you set out for the day’s festivities, I have to share a beautiful thing…a deliciously refreshing beautiful thing that’s SKINNY. It’s a better-for-you spin off of a watermelon mojito that will knock your socks off with it’s crisp, refreshing taste and of course it looks like a beauty too! The Skinny Watermelon Smash may just become my go-to drink this summer. It’s simply fabulous.

The Skinny Watermelon Smash {cocktail recipe}

Gather up:

2 oz. citron vodka (I used Absolute Citron)

1/2 cup freshly sliced watermelon

2 sprigs of fresh mint (one is just for garnish)

1 tsp. agave nectar

splash of soda water

one cup crushed ice

Instructions:

Using a muddler, crush the watermelon and one sprig of mint together

Fill a cocktail shaker with  one cup of crushed ice, add the crushed watermelon & mint, vodka, and agave nectar. SHAKE.  Pour into a cocktail glass and top with a splash of soda water, garnish with a spring of mint.

Pure, refreshing, perfection.

Happy Memorial Day!

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