To celebrate summer Malibu Rum has teamed up with singers Ciara and Taio Cruz for a summer concert series titled the Radio Maliboom Boom Station Invasion Tour. The tour kicked off earlier this month in Miami and has made stops in Virginia Beach, Jersey Shore, and Boston. As far as I know tickets to the concert can only be won so be sure to check out Malibu’s Facebook and Twitter pages as well as MalibuConcertTour.com for your chance to win tickets.
The remaining tour dates for the Radio Maliboom Boom Station Invasion Tour are as follows:
Thursday, August 4: New York City, NY — Ciara
Saturday, August 13: Dallas, TX — Ciara
Thursday, August 18: Chicago, IL — Ciara
Thursday, August 25: Los Angeles, CA — Taio Cruz
Saturday, August 27: San Diego, CA — Taio Cruz
Thursday, September 1: Phoenix, AZ — Taio Cruz
So while browsing the net I’ve come across a few pictures of what appears to be some new kind ofCorona. It’s in the regular Corona bottle, but instead of a yellowish hue it has more of a red one. I of course assumed that Corona was introducing some new kind of beer, but after doing a little research I found out that that’s not the case. It’s called the “Candy Corona” and it’s a regular bottle of Corona but with a splash of grenadine and vodka added to it. Apparently it’s the “new new.” I gotta be honest with you guys though, I’m sure I’ll give this a shot just to see what’s it’s about but it sounds pretty awful if you ask me.
Just the thought of Corona and grenadine is making my stomach do flips. Who came up with that? And to be honest I might feel a tad embarrassed asking a bartender to make a “Candy Corona.” I just pray that they know what it is and that I don’t have to explain to them that I want a bottle of Corona with a shot of vodka and grenadine it. That might just warrant an immediate call to AA. But I shall man up for the masses and give this very unique drink a try. Check for a review on here some time next week. And for those eager to try the “Candy Corona” check out the recipe below.
1 shot vodka
1 tbsp grenadine
1 bottle of Corona
A slice of lime
Drink your bottle of Corona a little bit past the neck. Add the shot of vodka and grenadine. Tightly cover the top of your bottle and shake to mix ingredients. Add a slice of lime.
Nothing says summer like coconut-flavored vodka. And making their way into the coconutty liquor realm is Smirnoffwho recently announced the release of their new Smirnoff Coconut. The introduction of Smirnoff Coconut is sure to shake things up in the liquor world with so many company’s already fully promoting their coconut liquors this summer.
“Coconut has taken the beverage category by storm, becoming a popular flavor that consumers are calling for,” said David Tapscott, Brand Director, SMIRNOFF Vodka. “As the world’s most awarded and best selling premium vodka, SMIRNOFF looks to deliver the best value with every liquid that joins our flavors line. SMIRNOFF Coconut follows suit, using natural ingredients that make for an authentic coconut taste.”
Once you get your hands on Smirnoff Coconut be sure to try out these refreshing cocktails.
Atlanta wine enthusiasts are sure to be in for quite a treat at the August 4th wine tasting at Ray’s On The River. The wine tasting is open to the public and for only $45 you’ll have the opportunity to sample wines from Napa Valley winemakers Pall Hobbs and Shafer, Food & Wine’s 2009 winemaker of the year Charles Smith, and Australia’s Ben Glaetzer. The wine tasting will of course include a bevy of horsd’oeuvres and if you care to stay for dinner you’ll receive 20 percent off your bill. The event will kick off around 7 p.m. and conclude at 9 p.m.
To reserve your spot call Ray’s On The River at 770-955-1187.
The Belve Music Lounge has set up shop at some of the country’s biggest music events so it’s no surprise that they’ll be invading Lollapalooza next month in Chicago. Belvedere Vodka will hold their Belve Music Lounge on August 5th and August 6th and all you have to do to attend is RSVP via their Facebook page. Make sure you RSVP now because space is very limited. I had the opportunity to check out the Belve Music Lounge at last years Winter Music Conference in Miami and I had a blast so make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity!
I don’t even know how I came across this recipe on eHow.com, but I must say that you really have to be one lushworthy individual to think to combine vodka and gummy bears. But hey I’m not complaining. This is one recipe that will without a doubt be added to my growing Rolodex of drink and alcohol related recipes.
Step 1: Buy a pound of gummy bears and put them in a tall glass or mug.
Step 2: Pour vodka into the glass of gummy bears until it comes to the top of the gummy bears.
Step 3: Cover the mug with plastic wrap and put the mug in the fridge for about five days. Don’t get afraid after two days or so when there is a lot of sugary goo that is some remnants of the sugar from the gummy bears mixing with some of the remaining vodka. This will go away after the four days of soaking in the fridge, and all that will be left will be giant soaked vodka gummy bears.