Breast Cancer Awareness: Cape Codders Revenge

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…..Did you know October is the official Breast Cancer Awareness month? If  you didn’t know, I wont hold it against you but the massive amount of pink apparel being worn around town, integrated into NFL uniforms, and advertised in crazy commercials should have given you a heads up. We’re joining in on the fun too! This month we’ll be promoting “DRINK PINK”, with several pink cocktails to show our support. So do your part to support and save the tata’s by drinking one of these pink drinks featuring Sweet Revenge, a wild strawberry sour mash liqueur. We’ve had a few requests asking for sweet revenge recipes and what to mix with it, so here’s one to get you started.

Cape Codders Revenge

  • 2oz Sweet Revenge
  • 1/2 oz Cranberry Juice
  • 1/2 oz Orange Juice
  • Splash of 7up (Optional)

Combine all ingredients (except soda) in a shaker. Shake and strain into a Collins glass filled with ice. Top with soda and garnish with a sprig of mint. 

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Photo courtesy of Sweet Revenge.

Alex is a full time Consultant with10+ years experience in the Wine & Spirits, Consumer Goods, and Retail industries. He is not a professional bartender, but is BarSmarts certified. When not writing for Intoxicology, Alex can be found traveling, spending time with his family, or at a local bar.


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  2. Found your site from a pin on Pinterest, and had to bookmark it, what a fun site!!! I need to to locate Sweet Revenge now, I have never had it:-) What a great drink to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Take care, Terra

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  4. susan heyns Reply

    Sounds awesome, i live in South Africa so Iam not sure we can get the pink revenge, any subsitutes we can use.

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