Summer is in full flow and at Larkfleet Homes we love seeing our happy customers enjoying their gardens.
From gardening tips, to creating a festival in your garden, Larkfleet is making sure that you can make the most of your outdoor space this summer.
So you now know when to plant your strawberries. You know how to turn your back garden into Glastonbury. What more do you need to know? Well how about a nice list of refreshing drinks that you can enjoy when the sun is blazing down?
Sangria is not just a drink to be enjoyed on holiday. You can enjoy it in Blighty too! All you need is some fresh fruit, which should include apples and oranges but you can mix it up with strawberries and bananas too, orange juice, brandy and red wine and plenty of ice! Pour it all in a large jug and enjoy!
Pina Colada is another classic! It really does depend on your taste buds but for us, nothing quite
spells summer like this creamy drink (even if it is slightly delboy!). To create this old school classic, you'll need some light rum, pineapple juice, cream of coconut, pineapple wedge to make it look pretty and if you're feeling particular 80s, you can add a marashnio cherry and paper parrot to the glass. Add the drinks splash by splash to the glass and taste as you go along!
If you want to create a big bowl of something tasty and naughty, why not make a party punch that you and your guests can happily sip away from? We love this Stawberry Prosecco Punch published by Delish which is sure to see you refreshed and a little tipsy! You'll need some sprite, orange juice, sprite, pineapple juice, vodka, Prosecco and strawberries. Vist www.delish.com.
It doesn't have to be all about the booze though. You can create some stunning drinks that will cool you down and taste gorgeous that have no hint of sin in them at all. All you need is fruit juices, plenty of fresh fruit, ice and you can make some lovely drinks that will be hangover free!
Whether it be a raspberry fizz or a woo woo, get yourself some fancy glasses, glass decorations, friends over and enjoy yourself in the garden this summer!