Keurig K-cup Recipe ~ Raspberry John Daly

Posted on Mon, Apr 28, 2014

How to make a Raspberry John Daly cocktail using Keurig K cups

I recently enjoyed a spring break vacation to the beach, a cold and rainy spring break vacation but, none the less we were at the beach with family- that is all that matters! Vacation of course comes with indulgences and one of my favorites when visiting the south is a John Daly cocktail.  There are several variations of this refreshing little treat. I prefer a simple combination of lemonade and iced tea with a dash of vodka.  Sometimes I like to doctor it up a bit with the addition of a fruit flavor such as raspberry.  

When I returned home and took inventory of my k-cup collection, I saw two glorious flavors- Snapple Raspberry tea and Lemonade...immediately the light bulb went on.  I can combine the two and have a quick and easy Raspberry John Daly using my Keurig brewer!

Keurig K cup Raspberry John Daly recipe

Let's get to the recipe...

You will need:

1 Snapple Raspberry k-cup tea

1 Green Mountain Naturals Lemonade k-cup

2-4 shots of vodka

2 lemon wedges (optional)

- Begin by filling a large plastic measuring cup with ice. I use a measuring cup because it is easy to pour from but any sort of plastic cup will work as well. 

- Brew your Snapple raspberry tea directly over the ice using the lowest water setting of your Keurig brewer.

- Pour the now brewed tea and ice into a large martini shaker or pitcher.

- Refill the measuring cup with ice.

- Brew your lemonade K-cup directly over the ice, again using the lowest water setting of your Keurig.

- Add the now brewed lemonade to the martini shaker or pitcher that contains the raspberry tea.

- Add 2-4 shots of vodka.

- Shake or stir.

- Adorn 2 glasses with the lemon wedges and fill to the rim with your Raspberry John Daly concoction.

Raspberry John Daly recipe made with Keurig K cups


Feel free to leave out the vodka for a delicious raspberry lemonade iced tea!

Click here to view other brew over ice Keurig K-cup varieties

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