Fuzzy Melon Cocktail

"From Drinkswap, this is fruity & delicious."
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Ready In:


  • 30 ml Midori melon liqueur (1 ounce)
  • 30 ml peach schnapps (1 ounce)
  • splash lime juice
  • splash grenadine
  • lemonade, to top up


  • Shake and strain into a highball glass.

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  1. Sarah_Jayne
    This is one of those cocktails that gets filed under 'too easy to drink' because it tastes so good you forget you are drinking booze. I enjoyed the way the lime juice appeared to cut through the sweetness of the other ingredients to keep it all from being too sickly. Made for Beverage Tag.
  2. GLAMchef
    One of my favorite drinks! I love the fruttiness of it!
  3. MeliBug
    This was SO good!!! Couldn't taste the alcohol and it tasted like candy! made one for my sister too and she loved it! DEFINATELY going in my favorite drinks book!! :D
  4. AuntWoofieWoof
    This is a very good drink. Very refreshing. Easy to make. I will be making this again. Thanks for a great recipe. Made for the Please Make My Recipe game.
  5. Jewelies
    Oohh, yum, this one is really special. It looks so good too, just like spiced, caramelized peaches do. This one is for my favourites cookbook.


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