I love La Croix Sparkling Water. Not just because it’s sparkly, or has a great line of flavors, but I love how guilt-free it feels after I have a can. Or two. And I can, because it’s just water! Score!
If you add the guilt-free factor to cocktail creation, well then, that is something special. Low cal drinks?!? What?!?
Well, I went ahead and came up with 6 new cocktails featuring different flavors of La Croix. Orange, Apricot, Peach-Pear, Coconut, Piña Fraise, and Cran-Raspberry. I have a few more on the backburner, but those will come at a later date. And by the way, do you know about their 3 new flavors?!!! I’ve only had the Blackberry Cucumber, and it is super tasty.
With 6 videos created, shot, and edited, I had to make a fun little teaser video, combining all of the best moments. Here is the teaser video:
Want to see the finished videos? Please say yes! I worked so hard on them!
Keep scrolling and let me know your favorite recipe! I personally think the St. Peach-Pear is a knockout. You need to try it, stat.
The Apricot Blossom:
Apricot La Croix mixed with homemade blackberry simple syrup makes the Apricot Blossom bloom in your mouth. WHUT?? Make this ASAP!
Make the Apricot Blossom!
Fill a glass with ice.
add 2 oz vanilla vodka
1 oz blackberry simple syrup
top off glass with Apricot La Croix
Stir and enjoy!
Cran-Raspberry La Croix is the star of this raspberry focused cocktail. Just add some fresh squeezed lime juice and Chambord, a french black raspberry liqueur and POOF! the Razzy is in your glass.
Make a Razzy!
add 2 oz Chambord
juice from 1/2 lime
top off glass with Cran-Raspberry La Croix
Stir and enjoy!
The St. Peach-Pear:
Hallejullah! The St. Peach-Pear is here, making your cocktail experience heaven sent. Featuring St. Germain, elderflower liqueur and vanilla extract, the St. Peach-Pear is a delicious addition to your cocktail arsenal.
Make a St. Peach-Pear!
Add some ice to a medium sized glass.
Add 2 oz St. Germain
4 drops pure vanilla extract
juice of 1/2 of lime
top off glass with Peach-Pear LaCroix
Stir and enjoy!
The Faux Driver:
A faux screwdriver…but nothing is fake in this adaptation…real orange juice and vodka. Only difference is the DELICIOUS basil simple syrup and the Orange La Croix. And those 2 elements is what makes this an upgrade to the basic drink.
Make a Faux Driver!
2 oz vodka
2 oz fresh squeezed orange juice
2 oz basil simple syrup (recipe below)
4 oz Orange La Croix
Basil Simple Syrup
Bring 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 cup water to a boil for about 2 minutes. Add fresh basil leaves and simmer 1 minute more. Strain out basil and use when cool.
Add vodka, fresh squeezed orange juice, basil simple syrup to a large glass. Top off with 4 oz of Orange La Croix. Enjoy!
Pineapple infused vodka is the perfect mixer for the pineapple strawberry flavored La Croix. Don’t believe me? Make one for yourself and try not to fall in love with the flavors!
Make a La Piña!
Add 2 oz pineapple infused vodka (recipe below) to a glass. Top off with chilled Piña Fraise. Enjoy!
Pineapple infused vodka:
Add fresh cut pineapple to a jar. Cover fruit with vodka. Cover jar and put in fridge for at least 5 days to fully absorb the pineapple flavor. Use when vodka is at desired taste level.
The Coco Plum Fizz
Coco Plum Fizz
Coconut La Croix is my ultra favorite…but then I LOVE coconut anything. What is great about Coconut La Croix is it’s not overly coconutty and mixed with fresh plum and basil and the citus flavors of the elderflower, the Coco Plum Fizz is pure cocktail gold!
Make a Coco Plum Fizz!
Take a fresh plum and cut it in half. Cut the half into slices and add to a lowball glass. Add 2 fresh basil leaves to the glass and muddle ingredients.
Add 2 oz of St. Germain. Pour in about 6 oz of Coconut La Croix. Stir and Enjoy!