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BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light

I know I just recently posted about a new adult beverage. And I promise you I’m not a lush, really. But I love sharing ideas on how to entertain and unwind when given the chance. Plus, it’s been a rough few months and I have vowed to do grownup things (besides work, bills, and child rearing) this summer. So when BACARDI offered to send me a bottle of Strawberry Daiquiri from their new Classic Cocktails Light line, I happily obliged. Fruit spirits are my fav.

BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light are ready-to-serve over ice. I’m far from being a mixologist, so I appreciate the convenience of eliminating the guesswork. Since I’m anti-ice when it comes to drinks of any kind, I like to place orange juice cubes in my BCCL instead. It’s a great way to add a complementary flavor and keep the drink from watering down. Other natural flavors that help leverage BCCL are strawberry, lime, mint, pineapple, and coconut.

BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light made with natural flavors, real lime juice and cane sugar. At less than 95 calories per serving, BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light are a yummy simplicity that comes with no sacrifices. Whether winding down from a long day or serving at your next get-together BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light offer the best of everything.

BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light

When it comes to at-home entertaining, we want to have our cocktail and drink it too. With BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light, you don’t need to choose between serving great cocktails or socializing with friends. Enjoy the best of everything – the convenience of ready-to-serve cocktails and the confidence of natural ingredients mixed with the world’s most awarded spirit. BACARDI Classic Cocktails Light allow you to serve the best, naturally!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of BACARDI. The opinions and text are all mine. This drink is intended for those who are of legal age to consume. Remember to enjoy responsibly. If you’re pregnant, don’t drink. If you’re nursing, do some research and make an educated decision on alcohol consumption. Mmkay? Peace. Sweepstakes Rules.

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