Peach Vodka Seabreezes

We just had a bridal shower for Princess and then this coming weekend will be the wedding reception for 65 …

Held in our backyard 

Ok, so not necessarily a ‘big’ deal as we’ve hosted large groups before, but this time around is a tad different in that it will be a little more formal.

As in: tents, chairs, tables, linens, food warmers and so on.


We are making most of the food ourselves with a few shortcuts (which I think maybe I should do a post on this soon!) … and opted to do beer, wine and sangria with a pre-party toast for close friends and family (Dom Perignon for $93 on clearance at Walmart Liquor Store, of all places!). Then Princess was like, well, maybe we should have ONE signature drink … so fine, this is what we are having, my little Princess. I’ve been gathering up gallon water jugs for the past few months to make the sangria but now need to set a few of the jugs aside to premake these!

Peach Vodka Seabreeze

Stoli Peach Vodka Seabreeze

Now you know, I make these fairly often with Ciroc because that vodka is grain free and if you have issues with inflammation, then grains could be an issue for you. BUT I am not 100% grain free at this time so back to the Stoli it is! 

Originally, I had these pegged as a refreshing, summertime drink, but you know what? They’ve floated my boat just fine through the South Florida winter months 😉

I am not usually one to be using a martini glass, simply due to the spill factor … but yes, I do occasionally. Someday’s I just want to be *special*.

Most times, I use a rock glass. Great for making a toast and for putting the glass down quickly while laughing, which, if you get a small group of girlfriends drinking these, you will be!

And then, of course, during a BBQ/Pool Party … you gotta bring out the Solo Cups … and everyone sing the song now! Red Solo Cup, I fill you up … 


Ok, are you ready for a super yummy, lip smacking adult beverage?

Peach Vodka (I am a firm believer that you need to buy a better brand, not the Gordon stuff or something of that class … if you are prone to headaches, do buy the good stuff, PLEASE!) I’ve switched to Circoc because I’m trying to avoid grains (hence, beer really SHOULD be off limits … another post on Angry Orchard is coming soon)
Pink Grapefruit Juice … I buy the refrigerated stuff, and yes, I spend a little more money on this too
Cranberry Juice … prefer you NOT use the Cranberry Juice COCKTAIL stuff but the real juicy juice stuff!

Fill your glass with ice.  Add vodka to desired amount (about 1/3). Pour almost to top with grapefruit juice and add a splash of cranberry. Give a quick stir, make a toast and sip!

Lick your lips, lean towards your girlfriend (or Hubby!) and say “We’ve got a Winner!”


As always, please drink responsibly which means, do NOT drink and drive, please!

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9 thoughts on “Peach Vodka Seabreezes

  1. I have to ask, what is the difference between using the one made from potatoes vs. the grapes? I usually use Svedka because it is smooth. I'm pretty sure it is potato based. So, I'm interested to know the difference.


  2. Thanks for sharing your post on Together on Tuesdays!


  3. Thank you for linking up this week at the Pure Blog Love Link Party! The party is live now at http://www.homemadefoodjunkie.comWe would love to have you join us!


  4. Hi,Vodka and all juice tastes great. I like it with grapefruit juice because it's less caloric.


  5. Looks delicious love the combo of vodka and juice, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop, pinning.


  6. These sound so delicious and refreshing! Thanks for sharing at What'd You Do This weekend? I hope you will join us again this Monday morning 🙂


  7. There is nothing like summer combined with a few cocktails is there!Thanks for linking up to Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.


  8. These sound great. May have to add some peach stoli to my bar cart! Thanks for sharing. I am visiting from motivational Monday, just say this delicious looking drink and clicked away. I am going to pin this recipe for later. Thanks!


  9. We are so glad you shared with us at Merry Monday! I’m looking forward to your newest additions to the party next week!


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