Sunday, December 5, 2010

Alize Gold Passion and Red Passion Liquer Review

We always throw a holiday party and each year try to come up with a signature cocktail so it was perfect timing to sample Alize Gold Passion and Red Passion Liquers.  Perfect on the rocks, these vodka-infused liquers also make for amazing cocktails too!  The Gold Passion was definitely a favorite in our house!  To put it simply, it tasted like passion fruit with a little vodka mixed in and was perfect on the rocks.  The Red Passion Liquer had a much stronger cranberry vodka flavor and we preferred to mix it with club soda when it wasn't part of a cocktail.

Whether you're looking for a holiday themed cocktail or a party cocktail, Alize Liquers are definitely a great addition to your bar.  Please note that because these liquers contain actual fruit they must be refrigerated after opening!  Our favorites cocktail recipes for the Gold Passion and Red Passion Liquers were:
Party Crasher
2 parts Alizé Red Passion
1 part premium vodka
Serve in a rocks glass.
Garnish with a lime wedge

Old School
2 parts Alizé Gold Passion
1 part premium tequila
½ part triple sec
Splash of fresh lime juice
Shake ingredients with ice, strain and serve in a chilled margarita glass rimmed with salt.
Garnish with a fresh lime wedge.

...and I can't wait to try Snowflake Sip with the Blue Alize Liquer!
3 parts Alizé Bleu
2 parts club soda
Blend ingredients and serve over ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a lime or lemon twist.

If you're looking for a new liquer that blends easily but is great on the rocks, you should consider Alize Liquers when you're shopping or planning a signature cocktail for your next party.

Disclosure:  I received Gold Passion and Red Passion Liquers for review in exchange for my honest opinion.  No additional compensation was received.


Vivian Monday, December 6, 2010 9:59:00 PM CST  

Snowflake sip sounds yummy!
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