Sierra Mist Natural Holiday Drinks – Frost Bite Mocktail

I had this fun opportunity to work with Sierra Mist and share with you some great mocktails and cocktails. I was given the choice between a Frost Bite mocktail or a Meet Me at the Mist-letoe Mocktail and I chose the Frost Bite Mocktail! The Frost Bite Mocktail recipe is below. The Meet Me at the Mist-letoe Mocktail has Sierra Mist Natural, raspberry juice, fresh basil, fresh lime juice and blueberry juice.

Both my husband and I agree that we love the Frost Bite Mocktail. It’s festive and smooth tasting. I like the convenience of making a mocktail or cocktail with Sierra Mist Natural. I love, love that it contains no artificial ingredients, they use real sugar and that any flavors are 100% natural.

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So tell me after hearing about both mocktails, which one would you like to try? The Meet Me at the Mist-letoe or the Frost Bite?

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Frost Bite Mocktail Recipe

Yield: 1 drink

Prep Time: 15 min

Total Time: 15 min

A nice refreshing drink perfect for brunch or a holiday party!



1 oz lime juice

1 oz pineapple juice

2 oz white grape juice

fresh mint leaves

fresh blueberries

3 oz Sierra Mist Natural


Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, lime juice and pineapple juice. Mix.

Add white grape juice, mint and blueberries. Using the back of a spoon, crush a couple of the blueberries.

Shake all ingredients well and strain into a large glass filled with ice.

Top with Sierra Mist Natural and garnish a few fresh blueberries (optional).

Cook's Notes:

To make it a cocktail (martini), substitute the lime juice for 1 oz of coconut vodka and the blueberries in the second step with 1 oz of blue curaocao.

from Sierra Mist Natural

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