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Guava Spritzer

Guava Spritzer
Bebida de Guayaba

Serves: 8

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Ingredients

2 cups freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, chilled

4 cups guava nectar, chilled

1/4 cup light agave syrup, or to taste

1 liter citrus sparkling mineral water, chilled

16 ounces tequila blanco, optional for grown ups, 2 ounces per drink

Ice, for serving

Grapefruit supremes or slices, for serving

Lime wedges, for serving

Fresh jalapeño slices (optional, for garnish)

To Prepare

In a large pitcher, combine the grapefruit juice, guava nectar and agave syrup. Stir well to combine. Taste for sweetness and add more agave as necessary. Pour the juice mixture over ice into glasses for serving, top with a splash of mineral water and serve with a grapefruit supreme and lime wedge.

For the adults, pour the juice into an ice filled glass, add 2 ounces of tequila and a splash of mineral water. Garnish with a grapefruit or lime wedge and a fresh jalapeño slice and serve.

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