A Tropical Girls' Night In with Seagram's Escapes Spiked
Ok, I don't know about you guys but I am OVER this cold weather!!! Will I ever shake off this continuously frozen feeling??? It makes me not even want to go out sometimes because of the dreaded chill. Anyone else dreaming to be transported to a tropical destination? Well, the reality is we've still got a few more months ahead before we start to feel some warmth. But that doesn't mean we should sacrifice a good (and much needed) girls' night!
I love a good theme, and I have been majorly swooning over photos of palm trees, the beach, bright colors and sunshine. FOMO! So, I thought it would be the perfect idea to do a little tropical GNI (girls' night in) and play up that summertime feeling!
But how might you ask? All you need is some beachy decor, your favorite snacks, tropical music, and of course something sweet and island-y to sip on with your girls.
My go-to drink for a little relaxation with the gals in the (local) tropics? Seagram's Escapes Spiked of course!!!
I am already such a huge fan of their Jamaican Me Happy and Strawberry Daiquiri flavors, and now they recently came out with a new Seagram's Escapes Spiked flavor to really shake it up: Calypso Colada. They come in 23.5 ounce cans so you'll have more than enough for sharing with friends.
Here's a lil rundown of the flavors. You're going to be CRAVING these:
Jamaican Me Happy
Charged with citrusy lemons, succulent strawberries, juicy watermelon and mouthwatering guava.
Amped with ripe strawberries.
Made with delicious coconut and pineapple flavors.
Can we say ISLAND VIBES??!
Here's a tip: to really get into the island-y mood, I recommend mixing these babies in the blender and making them frozen. It's so easy and to be honest, just makes the taste even better!
The frozen drinks are super fun and are packed with even more flavor. Garnish with fruit, with a patterned straw, a mini umbrella, pour 'em in a margarita glass and you're all set.
Put on a little reggae, take a sip of your frozen Seagram's Escapes Spiked, and suddenly you're not in "Kansas" anymore...
Photography by: Rebecca Gnasso