Cool Ways to Serve Cocktails in Fruit

A good summer drink made with fresh ingredients, delicious potato vodka, and a sweet-tasting fruit can make for the ultimate summer cocktailing experience. Whether it’s hollowing out a luscious watermelon or cracking open a coconut, with the perfect recipe you will feel like you’ve been transported to an exotic oasis. Forget the cups, bowls and other cocktail holders, fruit reigns this summer. Here are some cool vodka recipes to serve up in a fruit this summer:


Blue Ice Piña Colada Escape

The piña colada is an escape—an escape to the tropics. Nothing says tropical like having a piña colada in a coconut. Whether you’re hanging out by the pool or just enjoying on a summer day, this drink is your passport to the tropics.

-          3 oz Blue Ice Vodka

-          3 tbsp coconut cream

-          3 tbsp pineapple juice

-          1 cup ice (crushed).

-          Use a slice of pineapple for garnish

Method: Place all ingredients into a blender along with crushed ice until mixture texture is smooth. Transfer mixture into glass—strain if mix has pulp in it. Cut out the upper half of a fresh coconut and remove the flesh with a knife (safely). Pour blended mixture into coconut for a fun, summery sipping experience. Garnish with a slice of juicy pineapple or the optional sweet cherry for added flavor.


The Tropical Watermelon Splash

Layers of flavor – literally – are what you will experience with the Blue Ice Vodka Tropical Watermelon Splash. Served in a fully carved out watermelon, this interesting take on a vodka watermelon will be sure to dazzle your guests.

- 8 fresh basil leaves

- 2 oz lime juice

- 3 oz Blue Ice vodka

- Fill with Watermelon Juice

-Add crushed ice to mix

- Garnish with lime wedge

- Poor mixture into carved watermelon half

Method: In a large bowl, add watermelon mix, Blue Ice Vodka and lime juice—mixed very thoroughly. Cut watermelon in half and carve out the flesh. Pour contents into carved watermelon wheel; add a lime wedge for garnish and serve icy cold.

Anthony Augusto