It’s finally spring and with it comes an array of colors for us to take in, wear, and in this case, drink! I was super excited when the Living Room at W Times Square reached out with the news that they were celebrating the beginning of spring with six fun and colorful spring cocktails all sporting the iconic candy of spring… a mini marshmallow peep! Keep reading for more information on the cocktails, until when they’ll be available, and a recipe to recreate one at home during Easter brunch this weekend… or all through spring!
The Living Room at W Times Square is bringing sweets and liquor together this spring to celebrate and delight. Since the first day of spring all the way to the end of March, that’s March 21-31st, you are invited to pay them a visit and enjoy one of six of these spring cocktails. Pick between The Pin-Up (Pink Cosmo), Lemon Peep-tini (Yellow Lemon Drop), Peter Cottontail Creamsicle (Orange Creamsicle), The Egg Hunt (Blue Margarita), The Peep Show (Purple French Kiss), or the Green Grass Midori (Green Midori) to sip and enjoy.
If you are in New York City make sure to pay them a visit after work or this weekend! Feel free to take a pic of the cocktail you choose and use #WTSPeepShow to share it with them on social media. However, if you find yourself outside of New York City, or maybe planning on hosting an Easter brunch or dinner, here is the recipe for you to recreate The Egg Hunt cocktail for your guests.
- Blue Coarse Sugar
- 1 Lime, Cut into Wedges
- 4 oz. Tequila
- 1 oz. Triple Sec
- 1/4 cup Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice
- 2 oz. Blue Curacao
- 1 teaspoon Superfine Sugar
- Blue Marshmallow Peep for garnish
- Put the blue sugar on a shallow dish big enough to fit the rims of the glasses you are using.
- Use the lime wedges to wet the rims of the glasses and dip in the sugar.
- Add ice, tequila, triple sec, blue curacao, and superfine sugar in a shaker with ice.
- Add ice into the prepared glasses.
- Shake for 30 seconds and pour into to the glasses.
- Garnish with blue marshmallow peep and enjoy!
Thanks to the Living Room at W Times Square for sharing the news and pictures with me!