Color Changing Spiked Seltzer Mermaid Cocktail


A twist classic paloma, We have created a mermaid-inspired cocktail of butterfly pea blossoms and staggered Seltzer. The color changes with the pH and produces a magical color. Try the cocktail!

A purple Paloma cocktail with seltzer and butterfly pea flowers.

Can you believe that the great color comes from a single plant? Butterfly pea blossom magic works and we love to use it in our recipes! In addition to this cocktail we haveNatural blue from ice cubes Nevertheless.Here you can buy butterfly pea flowers!

This cocktail is called the sea called Paloma. A great cocktail for a summer party or a Halloween party!

What is Spiked Seltzer?

Spiked Seltzer is alcoholic seltzer water. They are very good for drinking alone because they have very few calories. In addition to gluten-free, no sugar (depending on the brand) and no carbohydrates added. Made from pure water with a hint of natural fruit flavor.

Purple cocktail with natural blue ice cubes, topped with Paloma Bon and Viv Spiked Seltzer

In addition, alcohol in added scarce matter comes from fermented sugar. It's not vodka or beer, so it's unique!

But it is also a great ingredient for funny cocktails! They give a cocktail a small taste! You can also use club soda instead of a cocktail.

Is Bon & Viv the same as Spiked Seltzer?

Yes! Bon & Viv peppered species of seltzer. In this recipe we used Bon & Viv Spiked Seltzer. It has some delicious flavors, but we used grapefruit to supplement Paloma.

Mermaid inspired blue cocktail with ice cubes and a white flower.

Staggered sorts of selenium

In addition to Bon & Viv, we also love the following doubly-occupied seltzer:

Two purple and blue cocktails Palomas garnished with blue ice cubes and seltzer.

How To Make A Spiked Seltzer Paloma Cocktail

Paloma is a simple cocktail of grapefruit juice, lemon juice and tequila. This fragrance by the sea is called Paloma because it has lovely blue tones. We used Bon & Viv and there is a mermaid in a can called a cocktail.

  • First, make a homemade syrup pea flower from a homemade syrup. This makes the cocktail a lovely blue and purple tone.
  • Next add a glass of tequila, fresh lemon juice and fresh grapefruit juice and mix.
  • Then add plain syrup and watch the cocktail color emerge from the fruit acid!
  • Finally add some natural blue ice cubes and a grapefruit topping with seltzer.
Naturally painted blue ice cubes using butterfly pea flower.

Butterfly pea flower

Butterfly pea flower is the most common plant in Southeast Asia. Used as a natural food coloring. The color changes depending on the PH balance. Perfect for cocktails!

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Paloma at the sea

  • 2 1/2 ounce grape juice , freshly squeezed
  • 1 ounce tequila
  • 1.2 ounce lime juice
  • 1.4 ounce Butterfly pea plain syrup , Follow the recipe below
  • 1 can sting switch , fill up

Butterfly Pea Blossom Simple Syrup

  • 1.2 Cup water
  • 1.2 Cup sugar
  • 2 EL dried butterfly pea flower

Butterfly Pea Blossom Simple Syrup

  • In a small saucepan, combine water and sugar over low heat.

  • Add butterfly pea blossoms and watch as simple syrup gets a wealthy shade of blue.

  • Start cooking for 10 minutes so that the color can turn into plain syrup.

  • If you do not obtain a kind shade of blue, add more dry flowers.

Paloma at the sea

  • Put lemons, tequila, plain syrup and grapefruit juice in a glass and mix.

  • The cocktail will suffer from the citric acid, very kind!

  • Two butterfly add pea flower on ice cubes.

  • Fill the cocktail with spicy Seltzer in grapefruit!

nutritional information

Paloma at the sea

Quantity per serving

calorie 489 Calories in fat 9

% Daily value *

fat 1g% 2

sodium 9 mg0%

potassium 115 mg% 3

carbohydrates 109g36%

Sugar 108g120%

protein 1g% 2

vitamin C 23 mg28%

iron 1 mg6%

* The percentage of daily values ​​is based on a 2000 calorie diet.



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