Monday, February 1, 2016

Strawberry Fields Cocktail \\\\ Make The Tipsy Pig's Signature Drink at Home

Make their famed cocktail right at home!
^All images taken by me at The Tipsy Pig the weekend before last. Love that beautiful Strawberry Fields drink.

Though I love me some good wine, I'm not much into hard alcohol and rarely drink the stuff. However, while at The Tipsy Pig (again & again) last weekend and not feelin' the wine vibe, I had to find something new to try. While debating, I took note of what everyone else around me was holding to swill on and figured I should get on board. So I ordered what I now know is The Tipsy Pig's signature drink: Strawberry Fields. Guys, it was so dang good and refreshing that I had to recreate it at home after discussing the ingredients with the bartender. So here's a recreation recipe breakdown for you of this light, refreshing, spirited cocktail. I hope you'll give it a shot! Pun intended.

The Tipsy Pig | Strawberry Fields Cocktail

Ingredients:
1 Vodka Shot
1/4 Cup Strawberry Purée
Simple Syrup (1 TBSP Water + 1 TBSP Sugar)
1/2 a Lime
Seltzer Water
Ice

Mix:
Put Vodka in a drinking glass (if doing it authentically, use a Mason Jar!)
Dump Strawberry Purée in after
Add the Ice
Fill rest of the glass with Seltzer Water
Add Simple Syrup 
[ to make Simple Syrup- boil 1 part Water and then add 1 part Sugar. Mix until sugar is completely dissolved. Remove from heat.]
Squeeze Lime In Glass for taste and adorn rim with a single Lime wedge
Stir and sip away!

Cheers!
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14 comments:

SMD @ lifeaccordingtosteph said...

I'm not much for the hard stuff anymore, but I adore strawberry everything and this looks pretty and light. Love it and the pics.

Pat Hatt said...

I hope you never get tipsy like that pig lol i haven't touched alcohol in years, just lost any want for it.

Ashley Lillis said...

This recipe sounds so delicious and so refreshing! When I give it a try, I'll definitely try to be authentic and serve it in a mason jar!

Andrea Nine said...

I love trying to new drink! This sounds right up my alley as I get tired of wine too!! How refreshing! Hope your week is off to great start gorgeous!

Amy @The Crazy Wise Woman said...

Mmmmm this sounds so good to me right now. I bet I could make it a little more paleo-ish and skip the simple syrup and it would be just as good! Or splurge and have the sweet stuff too. Def will try! Pretty pics!

Emily @ Martinis | Bikinis said...

These cocktails do look amazing! Perfect for a little happy hour sesh on your patio or backyard!

Mattie @ Northwest Native said...

That sounds sooo good and refreshing! I will have to try these out!

Amanda - Voyage of the MeeMee said...

Oh man... this sounds INCREDIBLE! I will definitely be making this!!!!!! A LOT OF THIS!

The Siberian American said...

I love anything strawberry, so this looks so fantastic! :)

Kate at Green Fashionista said...

Holy deliciousness! I love how fun and colorful these cocktails are for the cold and dreary time of year. I need to make a batch this weekend <3
Green Fashionista

BLovedBoston said...

This sounds so refreshing and delicious and I mean it's almost pink who doesn't love that! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

Life's a shoe said...

yum this looks amazing! thanks for sharing!

lifeisashoe

Jax said...

Omg that does look amazing. I'm not a vodka girl, but I'd deff give that a shot!

Kristen @ See You In A Porridge said...

i don't know why, but as i get older i go for cocktails more than beer or wine. i just love a good fruity cocktail and this sounds right up my alley. yum!