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#1 Laurelyn

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    Posted 20 June 2012 - 10:53 AM

    So my Sunday afternoon tea/sandwich reception has now turned into a Saturday afternoon/evening/set up a tent kinda of event.  We are expecting around 100 people are doing a big chick & rib  backyard bbq.  We have 60 bottles of wine and two kegs but just need to figure out what types of cocktails we want to have.  We have no one catering the event so we are hoping to make up big batches that people can help them self to but don't want to just leave vodka & rum out for anyone to help to them self to. 


    Can anyone help me with some summery yummy concoctions that can be made prior to the event???  


    We were married in Cuba but all I can think of for drinks from there is mojitos and pina colodas and mojitos I think might be to much work and we don't want to do frozen drinks so those are out to....

    #2 Mufin1785

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      Posted 20 June 2012 - 12:03 PM

      You can do large batches for margaritas. 


      You can do large batches of what I like to call skinny pina coldas ciroc Coconut and Pineapple juice (not frozen)


      Large batches of rum punch. 

      #3 janette34

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        Posted 20 June 2012 - 01:50 PM

        You easily do a big bowl of Seabreeze - vodka, grapefruit juice and cranberry.

        #4 Laurelyn

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          Posted 20 June 2012 - 06:30 PM

          Yummy rum punch I didn't even think of that....  Also the grey hound is a very good drink thats basic and easy to put together.  I don't know why I couldn't come up with ideas, I think it may be the weather here with its none stop rain its not very inspiring to plan a summer party with!! 

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