Outlander Fairy Pool Cocktail

Outlander Fairy Pool Cocktail

The Outlander Fairy Pool Cocktail Recipe is a cocktail recipe you will want to try. The beautiful blue color of the cocktail with its lime wedge and salted or sugared rim looks like the thing that fairy tales are made. This is an especially good drink to serve when company comes over, your guests are sure to be impressed with this stunning drink recipe. Some of the ingredients you will need for this cocktail recipe include tequila, Blue Curacao, Triple Sec and lime juice. This cocktail recipe is inspired by the Scotish Outlander series. The recipe creator came up with the cocktail while dreaming of Scotland and places like the Isle of Skye, the fairy pools, the white sand and beautiful turquoise waters. This Outlander fairy pool cocktail is sure to inspire with this yummy appealing drink.

Interestingly enough tequila is the distilled beverage recipe that is made from the blue agave plant, primarily in the area surrounding the city of Tequila, which is northwest of Guadalajara, and in the highlands of the north western Mexican state of Jalisco. So along with the Blue Curacao that is in this cocktail recipe, there is also tequila which comes from the blue agave plant. Tequila is a popular and recognized drink that has a Mexican designation of origin product in more than 40 countries around the world.

Limes are a fruit that were first grown on a large scale in the southern countries of Persia and Iraq. Lime was initially grown commercially in what is today now known as southern Iraq. In the 19th century, the British sailors have issued a daily allowance of citrus fruits, as a way to so they could prevent scurvy similar to the way lemons were used. Lemons were initially used to keep away scurvy and were later switched to limes. Initially using citrus fruits was a closely guarded military secret, as scurvy was a common scourge of several national navies at this time. This was mostly because the ability to stay at sea for lengthy periods of time without contracting the scurvy was of huge benefit for the military. It was at this time that British sailors then acquired the nickname of Limey because of their use of limes at sea. Lime juice can be extracted from fresh limes, or bought in bottles that come in both sweetened and unsweetened varieties. Lime juice can be used to make limeade recipes, and as a popular ingredient usually as a sour mix in many cocktail recipes. Lime juice is also popular in Thai recipes.

Thank you to Rebecca at the "Sugar and Soul" recipe site for sharing this cocktail recipe for Outlander fairy pool cocktail. This is just one of the cocktail recipes you will find on the site. On the site, Rebecca blends her traditional roots and her imagination to share a variety of recipe ideas. She is a self-taught baker, photographer, and traveler who has a business degree and a dream. She married her high school sweetheart, Matt, and they currently reside in Central Maine. Some of the recipes you will find on the site include appetizer recipes, breakfast recipes, dessert recipes, drink recipes, frosting recipes, no bake recipes, pie recipes, side recipes and more. Some of the cocktail recipes you will find on the site include the black cherry bourbon hot chocolate recipe, blood and guts cocktail recipe, white hot chocolate recipe, champagne jello shots recipe, and more. On the site, you will find both alcohol and nonalcohol cocktail recipes. Some of the other cocktail recipes on the site include a champagne Shirley Temple recipe, cherry 7 and 7, chocolate cream pie shots recipe, Chocolate Mojito recipe, and more.

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