Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

Refreshing Watermelon Juice, Lemonade, Blueberry Vodka, and fresh Parsley come together to make this delightful boozy cocktail, perfectly cooling for hot Summer Days!

Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

I MET (and TOUCHED) TIM TEBOW YESTERDAY! If you know me, you know I’m a huuuuuuuge Tebow fan! That man is sexaaayyyy. But not just that, he’s a genuinely NICE & good hearted person…after the Hernandez debacle…the Patriots need that kind of positive energy. I can’t wait for pre-season to start, hopefully we get a chance to see him play a lot. Take the bench Brady. (jk I’m also so in love with Brady too! πŸ˜‰ )

Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

ALSO, I may get a few haters here, but after spending all day yesterday at the Patriots Training Camp, I am ready for Fall! I can just feel the crisp Autumn air now, the pumpkin lattes, jeans, boots, scarfs, and FOOTBALL SUNDAY! I’m going to enjoy every last minute we have left of Summer, but you won’t hear me complaining when the mornings start getting a little crisper! Freezing Winter temps and snow on the other hand…well that’s an entire other story.

Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

Since it definitely is still Summer, there should be no shortage of Summer cocktails being sipped on these crazy hot days…even the rainy ones deserve a little pick-me-up! So I made us a wonderfully seasonal, slightly sweet, completely refreshing Boozy Blueberry Lemonade with muddled Parsley. Its really the epitome of Maine in the Summertime! You go to most restaurants and they’re going to offer you some kind of Blueberry Lemonade. Its spectacular.

Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

All of you with an abundance of blueberries, don’t miss out on this fabulous Boozy Lemonade! It’ll be like sippin’ on a glass of Maine Summers! :)

Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: Makes a large pitcher, or 6 drinks!

Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

Refreshing Watermelon Juice, Lemonade, Blueberry Vodka, and fresh Parsley come together to make this delightful boozy cocktail, perfectly cooling for hot Summer Days!


  • 4 cups cubed watermelon
  • 1 cup water
  • 3 cups lemonade
  • 1/2 cup lime juice (3 limes)
  • 15 ounces blueberry vodka
  • 1/2 bunch fresh parsley


  1. Add the cubed watermelon to a blender with the water and puree until smooth.
  2. Set a mesh strainer over a large pitcher and pour the watermelon juice through it, using a rubber spatula to help move around the pulp. Reserve 1/2 cup of watermelon juice.
  3. Add to the pitcher of watermelon juice, the lemonade of your choice, lime juice, and blueberry vodka.
  4. With a mortar and pestle, muddle together the reserved watermelon juice with the fresh parsley. Add it all back into the pitcher and stir together.
  5. Pour the boozy lemonade over iced filled cups, garnish with blueberries and serve! Makes about 6 drinks!

Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

12 thoughts on “Boozy Blueberry & Herb Lemonade

  1. How did you know that I totally needed a cocktail this morning? :) This looks delish! And I’m so jealous you met Tebow! Love him!

    • haha I was channeling you! πŸ˜‰ I could use one too..virtual morning happy hour? Mimoas? :)
      I love Tebow too, and if its possible, hes even sexier in person. omg.

  2. you had me at boozy! now to find a way to make this and hide it from the kids…

  3. Girl, I am totally with you! I am so ready for Fall but I’ll be rootin’ for the Chicago Bears! πŸ˜‰

  4. YUM! Fantastic flavors :)

  5. LOL, I love Tebow too, but no way is he taking a single minute of playing time away from Brady :) Maybe in a few years! This lemonade sounds awesome, and as luck would have it, I just bought my first watermelon of the season this weekend so I have everything I need!

    • haha I know he won’t..wishful thinking!? Maybe during pre-season…? πŸ˜‰ I can’t believe you just bought your first watermelon of the season! I feel like I haven’t stopped eating them!! haha

  6. Love these flavors! One of my favorite drinks has blueberry in it so I bet I would love this!

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