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- Ready In:
- Start a few hours before you'd like the drinks, by freezing the cubed watermelon.
- When you're ready to mix the drinks, squeeze the lime juice into a blender.
- Add the frozen watermelon cubes, icing sugar and rum.
- Blend until smooth and frothy.
- Pour into two glasses and serve.
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Had everything on hand for this and was in the mood for a fun new drink. As written I found the lime overpowering. I used 2 oz of spiced rum (what I had) Luckily I like my drinks strong! lol The watermelon doesn't do much to mellow the alcohol. Next time I would half the lime, add a little more sugar, and maybe add a touch of mint. Thanks for the idea.
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