Brandy Slush. Brandy slush the way it is supposed to be. Next time I will double the recipe. This was so good, I drank it all myself!
Photo: Jennifer Davick; Styling: Rose Nguyen. How to make holiday Brandy slush. Add tea bags and allow syrup to steep until cool. You can have Brandy Slush using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Brandy Slush
- You need 12 oz. of can frozen orange juice concentrate.
- It’s 12 oz. of can frozen lemonade concentrate.
- It’s 1 cup of apricot brandy.
- You need 1 cup of vodka.
- It’s 24 oz. of pineapple juice.
- It’s 12 oz. of peach mango juice blend.
- It’s 12 oz. of seltzer water (to help freeze quicker).
- It’s 2 of empty 1.75 liter juice bottles (to store unfrozen slush).
Once the tea has cooled, discard tea bags and mix the syrup with the rest of the ingredients in a large freezer friendly. Brandy Slush – A Wisconsin Favorite. You'll find this make ahead cocktail to be a sunny citrus blend, warmed by the mellow flavor of brandy. Make it ahead for parties or keep it on hand in your freezer indefinitely.
Brandy Slush instructions
- Combine everything and mix well. I split the mix between two pitchers and pour back and forth a bunch of times because I don't own a container large enough to mix it all at once..
- Pour mixture into empty juice bottles. This will make the next step easier and allow you to store whatever you don't use into the fridge for later..
- Pour mixture into ice cube trays and freeze overnight..
- Once frozen, place cubes into a zip lock freezer bag and mash it into a slush with your bare hands. No, not by squeezing the cubes bare-handed. Seal the bag first and then squeeze..
- Use a large spoon or ice cream scoop to put slush into a glass and then pour on your favorite citrus-y soda (Sun Drop, Sierra Mist, 7-Up, or similar). I use a 50/50 slush to soda ratio..
If you liked the Pink Lemonade Vodka Slush I posted a few weeks ago, you are going to love this Brandy Slush Recipe. I don't have as many memories from childhood of this one, and I have never cared for brandy. Combine tea, sugar/water mixture and the frozen juices and brandy. Freeze completely. (It will not freeze solid due to the brandy, and this is why it is like. The Wisconsin Brandy Slush is the grown up version of a snow cone.