cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

Cucumber Mint Cooler Recipe & Free DIY Workshop!

cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

photos by Jared Smith

Well friends, today is a great day! Not only are we teaching you how to whip up this cucumber mint cooler recipe, but we’re also teaching a free DIY event at our studio in Houston, TX with Skinnygirl® Cocktails on September 3rd! Yes I know, we’re excited, too! We’re only offering 25 seats though, so be sure to RSVP quickly to reserve your spot!

We’re going to be sipping cucumber cocktails, making DIY patterned glassware, enjoying sweets and bites, plus sending you on your way with an awesome cocktail kit to celebrate the Skinnygirl® Cocktails Tastemakers. You really can’t beat that for a free Thursday night, am I right?

For those of you that aren’t in Houston to be able to enjoy the cocktail action with us, we’ve got an equally awesome Summer sipper for you to enjoy with this cucumber cooler. Don’t worry, I’ll be sharing all of the details after the event for you to be able to create your own shindig right at home…
cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

INGREDIENTS (yields one cocktail):

  • 1 part Skinnygirl® Cucumber Vodka
  • 3 slices of cucumber (plus a few for garnishing)
  • 10 mint leaves (plus a sprig for garnishing)
  • 1 tsp. of Stevia
  • 1 ounce of fresh lime juice
  • Tonic water
  • Ice

Muddle the cucumber slices and mint leaves with the lime juice, then add ice, vodka, and stevia (you can use less or more Stevia to your sweetness standards!) to the mixture and shake well. Strain over ice and fill the rest of the glass with tonic water, then garnish with a mint sprig and cucumber slice.cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

We’re excited to DIY with you all in September, so get your crafting hands ready! Naturally there will also be macarons, so it’s always good to be stretched and ready for those, too.

This post is sponsored by Skinnygirl® Cocktails. Thanks so much for supporting the brands that keep bigger and better DIY’s and even sweeter sweets coming straight to your inbox everyday!
Skinnygirl® Cocktails is a registered trademark of Jim Beam Brands Co. (“Beam”) and is used with permission. The information, comments and ideas expressed on this website do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Beam, its affiliated companies or any of their directors or employees. Beam does not sponsor, authorize or otherwise endorse this website.
Skinnygirl® Cucumber Vodka with Natural Flavors, 30% Alc./Vol. ©2015 Skinnygirl Cocktails, Deerfield, IL (Per 1.5 oz – Average Analysis: Calories 75.8, Carbohydrates 0g, Protein 0g, Fat 0g)
Drink Smart®
cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

Cucumber Mint Cooler Recipe & Free DIY Workshop!

cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

photos by Jared Smith

Well friends, today is a great day! Not only are we teaching you how to whip up this cucumber mint cooler recipe, but we’re also teaching a free DIY event at our studio in Houston, TX with Skinnygirl® Cocktails on September 3rd! Yes I know, we’re excited, too! We’re only offering 25 seats though, so be sure to RSVP quickly to reserve your spot!

We’re going to be sipping cucumber cocktails, making DIY patterned glassware, enjoying sweets and bites, plus sending you on your way with an awesome cocktail kit to celebrate the Skinnygirl® Cocktails Tastemakers. You really can’t beat that for a free Thursday night, am I right?

For those of you that aren’t in Houston to be able to enjoy the cocktail action with us, we’ve got an equally awesome Summer sipper for you to enjoy with this cucumber cooler. Don’t worry, I’ll be sharing all of the details after the event for you to be able to create your own shindig right at home…
cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

INGREDIENTS (yields one cocktail):

  • 1 part Skinnygirl® Cucumber Vodka
  • 3 slices of cucumber (plus a few for garnishing)
  • 10 mint leaves (plus a sprig for garnishing)
  • 1 tsp. of Stevia
  • 1 ounce of fresh lime juice
  • Tonic water
  • Ice

Muddle the cucumber slices and mint leaves with the lime juice, then add ice, vodka, and stevia (you can use less or more Stevia to your sweetness standards!) to the mixture and shake well. Strain over ice and fill the rest of the glass with tonic water, then garnish with a mint sprig and cucumber slice.cucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & clothcucumber mint cooler recipe - sugar & cloth

We’re excited to DIY with you all in September, so get your crafting hands ready! Naturally there will also be macarons, so it’s always good to be stretched and ready for those, too.

This post is sponsored by Skinnygirl® Cocktails. Thanks so much for supporting the brands that keep bigger and better DIY’s and even sweeter sweets coming straight to your inbox everyday!
Skinnygirl® Cocktails is a registered trademark of Jim Beam Brands Co. (“Beam”) and is used with permission. The information, comments and ideas expressed on this website do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Beam, its affiliated companies or any of their directors or employees. Beam does not sponsor, authorize or otherwise endorse this website.
Skinnygirl® Cucumber Vodka with Natural Flavors, 30% Alc./Vol. ©2015 Skinnygirl Cocktails, Deerfield, IL (Per 1.5 oz – Average Analysis: Calories 75.8, Carbohydrates 0g, Protein 0g, Fat 0g)
Drink Smart®

Comments

  • Kim

    08.14.15

    I wish I was in Houston! Are you going to be doing these in other cities?! Pretty please!

  • Ah! This looks absolutely delicious! I wish I lived in the US, but I am not even close :(

  • Jordan

    08.14.15

    Can you give the source on the amazing copper measurer?

  • Amy W

    08.14.15

    You should do online workshops! I’d be there in a digital minute! =)

    • Amy said:

      That’s a great idea!

  • Lauren

    08.15.15

    This looks fantastic! So refreshing. LOVE those glasses, too! Were those hand painted?

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