Recipe for brandy slush, Milwaukee Journal, 1981 via the Recollection WI Historical website!

Recipe for brandy slush, Milwaukee Journal, 1981 via the Recollection WI Historical website! SJH Comment: Okay, WI Brandy Slush Recipes seem to be a theme here!

Brandy Slush Recipe. A Wisconsin staple during the holidays or any other excuse you have to get a bunch of people together and drink.

Ingredients 7 cups water & 2 cups sugar - boil & cool shopping list 2 cups water & 4 bags of tea - boil & cool 1 12 oz. can lemonade 1 12 oz can orange juice 2 cups brandy

Wisconsin Brandy Slush - Booze Party Punch

Wisconsin Brandy Slush

The Wisconsin Brandy Slush is a midwest classic featuring an icy mix of fruit juice, tea and brandy. Serve this boozy punch at your next party.

This sweet and boozy Brandy Slush is the perfect drink to make in advance and keep it frozen until ready to serve!

Easy Brandy Slush Bucket

This sweet and boozy Brandy Slush is the perfect drink to make in advance and keep it frozen until ready to serve!

This sweet and boozy Brandy Slush recipe is a Midwestern classic! Make it ahead for parties or keep it on hand in your freezer indefinitely.

Brandy Slush

This sweet and boozy Brandy Slush recipe is a Midwestern classic! Make it ahead for parties or keep it on hand in your freezer indefinitely.

Classic Brandy Slush- orange, lemon, brandy, sprite- all frozen for a refreshing year round drink!

First things first- I KNOW the name of this drink isn't super glamorous or appealing, but I promise once you take your first sip, you wo.

Apricot Brandy Slush @keyingredient

Apricot Brandy Slush

) can frozen orange juice 1 oz.) can frozen lemonade 2 cups Apricot Brandy 7 cups water Put 4 tea bags into 2 cups of boiling.

This Apple Brandy Slush is easy to make and serves a crowd! It's delicious and…

Apple Brandy Slush

This Apple Brandy Slush is easy to make and serves a crowd! It's delicious and perfect for a party!

Blackberry Brandy Slush 9  cups water    2  cups sugar    1 (12 ounce) can  frozen lemonade    1 (12 ounce) can  frozen grape juice    2  cups blackberry brandy    Directions: Bring water and sugar to a boil and then cool. Add lemonade and grape juice concentrates and brandy. Freeze, stirring occasionally. Serve when frozen and slushy.

blackberry sage cooler This is a refreshing, easy way to make a soda that’s lower in sugar and tastes great. A sage simple syrup is mixed with some pureed blackberries and topped off with some club soda. The perfect refreshment for a hot summer day!

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