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 @ The Wandering Weekenders 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 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

Jaclyn 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!