Grape Cello Cocktail
I call this drink my Grape Cello Cocktail. I enjoy a pleasantly fruity drink, and this drink mix is a delight. It is simple and yet very inexpensive. I am discussing mixing a Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White Grape Juice Cocktail with Limoncello Liqueur. Don’t dismiss the idea yet! Keep reading.
During the holidays, supermarkets always sell non-alcoholic beverages, which is why Grape-Cello Cocktail is cheap. Limoncello Liqueur is not so expensive if you think $20 is – any brand will do.
Enjoy the holidays with a cello cocktail
Food shopping is inevitable during the holidays, especially if you are hosting a fantastic dinner. While at your favorite supermarket, why not pick up a few bottles of Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White Grape Juice Cocktail – just under $20 each, and with a bargain, you can find 2 or 3 for $5. Your next trip is to the liquor store because it was already planned. Remember those bottles of wine you were thinking about buying? Add a bottle of Limoncello Liqueur to the list. And voila! All done. You see how easy that was.
For the upcoming holidays, serve Grape Cello Cocktails to your guests and shhh! Don’t tell them how much it cost.
Note: The key to making Grape Cello Cocktails a success is for the two main ingredients to be very cold. The drink will taste so much better.
- 1 bottle Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White Grape Juice Cocktail very cold – more bottles if necessary
- 1 bottle Limoncello Liquor very cold – add more if preferred
- Add fruits for garnish grapes, raspberries or blueberries
- Add 1 ounce of lemon cello liquor in each glass and fill up with the Non-Alcoholic Sparkling White Grape Juice Cocktail. Serve cold.
Please keep in mind that nutritional information is a rough estimate and can vary greatly based on the products used.
Nutrition info is automatically generated and provided as a courtesy and as an estimate only.