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Belvoir’s Give Peach A Chance Cocktail: How To Make:
Recipe: (makes enough for four):
- 140ml Vodka
- 120ml Belvoir Elderflower Cordial
- 70ml Peach Liqueur
- Chopped summer fruit
- Top with Belvoir Freshly Squeezed Lemonade
Glassware: Bevelled half pint glass.
Garnish: Mint Sprig, little British flag.
Belvoir’s Give Peach A Chance Cocktail Method:
- Firstly, pour the ingredients into a punch bowl over ice cubes, mix with a spoon and top off with the lemonade.
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