Easy & Delicious Drinks with 1915 Bolthouse Farms™ Organic Juices

We have a new set of favorite cocktail mixers around that you might already have in your fridge: 1915 Bolthouse Farms™ organic cold-pressed juices. These juices weren't made specifically for cocktails...they just happen to taste great when used for libations because of their natural origins and non-GMO status. Our recent assignment was to incorporate four of the new 1915 Bolthouse Farms juices into four delicious drinks. Well, when a mixologist's materials are this good, it's easy to produce a great-tasting cocktail!

What we especially love is that each bottle already has multiple ingredients mixed together for you. So instead of shopping for organic apples, grapefruits, peaches, and raspberries and then figuring out the best way to collect the juices, all you have to do is reach into our refrigerator, twist open the cap of a nice cold bottle of 1915 Bolthouse Farms juice, and measure away.

Here are the recipes we crafted that are sure to be wild hits all summer long.

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Boozy Coco Fruit Pop ~ Serves 4 1 bottle (12 fl. oz.) Bolthouse Farms Strawberry juice 2 ounces white rum ½ ounce Tuaca 2 ounces lemon mint simple syrup Coconut flake garnish

Directions Mix all of the ingredients tonight in a measuring pitcher. Pour the cocktail directly into the pop molds and freeze overnight.

Lemon Mint Simple Syrup 1 peeled lemon, quartered ½ half of the lemon’s peel cut into strips 1 cup organic mint 1 cup water 1 cup sugar

In a small saucepan, combine all of the ingredients. Bring to a boil, cover and simmer for twenty to thirty more minutes. Remove from the stove and strain into a sealable container. Store for ten to fifteen days.

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Some Like it Hot 3 ounces 1915 Bolthouse Farms Pineapple juice 1 ounce vodka ½ ounce coconut rum ½ teaspoon lychee liqueur ¾ ounce organic mango-lemon-chili flake simple syrup 4 ounces club soda Lemon garnish

Directions Combine the 1915 Bolthouse Farms Pineapple juice, vodka, coconut rum, lychee liqueur and organic mango-lemon-chili flake simple syrup in a martini shaker filled with ice. Shake well to mix. Strain into a glass filled with ice, then add the club soda. Transfer the entire cocktail into a pint glass or an empty martini shaker and back again, two or three times. Garnish with a lemon and serve.

Mango-Lemon-Chili Flake Simple Syrup 1.5 cups fresh organic mango 1 peeled lemon, quartered ½ half of the lemon’s peel cut into strips 1 cup water 1 cup sugar ¼ to ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes Pinch of salt

In a small saucepan, combine all of the ingredients. Bring to a boil, the cover and simmer for twenty to thirty more minutes. Remove from the stove and strain into a sealable container. Store for up to three weeks.

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Blissful Blend Lushie 1 bottle (12 fl. oz) 1915 Bolthouse Farms Strawberrry juice frozen into cubes 1 cup crushed ice 1 ounce Tuanca 2 ounces white rum 1 ounce lemon mint simple syrup (see recipe above) Coconut flake garnish

Directions Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth. Garnish with coconut flakes and serve.

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Farmarita 4 ounces 1915 Bolthouse Farms Grapefruit juice 1 ounce silver tequila ½ ounce grapefruit liqueur ¼ ounces simple syrup Raspberry garnish Himalayan salt Lime

Directions Combine all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Run a lime around the rim of the glass to moisten, then dip the glass into a shallow layer of Himalayan salt. Gently shake off the excess. Fill the glass with ice, then strain the mixture into the glass. Garnish with strawberries and serve.

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