This Southern Comfort Southern Breeze is tart and sweet and is a great way to relax at the end of the day while enjoying the garden.
Southern Comfort is one of my favorite drinks. I normally have it mixed with diet coke, but I like to use it in cocktail recipes, too. If you add lime and a mix of juices to it, you get a refreshing drink that is perfect for a warm summer evening.
What is Southern Comfort
Southern Comfort is a whisky basked liqueur made in the USA. It is flavored with fruit and spice and has a sweet finish. The brand was created by a bartender named Martin Wilkes Heron in 1874 in New Orleans. The drink was originally known as Cuffs & Buttons.
I don’t use it as a liqueur when I drink it, although it is nice that way. I mix the spirit with other liquids to come up with sweet tasting cocktails
Southern Comfort Southern Breeze Cocktail
Making cocktails for friends is easy if you follow a few steps, and a fun way to get a party started in a festive way.
The drink combines both pomegranate and lychee juices to the popular alcoholic drink and the lime adds a nice zest. This gives the drink an Asian flair that is very nice.
You don’t even need a cocktail shaker for this drink. Just pour each of the ingredients over ice and give it a swirl and you are ready to enjoy.
Pull up a patio chair and relax. It’s summer! Now where is that southern breeze we were talking about?
- 50ml Southern Comfort Lime
- 60ml pomegranate juice
- 50ml lychee juice
- Wedge of lime
- Pour the Southern Comfort Lime over ice
- Add the pomegranate and lychee juices.
- Stir to mix.
- Garnish with a wedge of lime and enjoy
Amount Per Serving Calories 175 Total Fat 0g Saturated Fat 0g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 0g Cholesterol 0mg Sodium 8mg Carbohydrates 22g Fiber 2g Sugar 16g Protein 1g