An American Hawaii cruise may be your little slice of heaven, especially during the colder months when all you long for is some sunshine and a fruity drink, but you don't want to leave the country.
You may not be sipping fruity drinks under the sun, but smaller, active ships come equipped with ultra-luxe features like heated decks, covered viewing areas, delicious food, naturalist libraries, and more.
Pick a sweet or sour cranberry cocktail; you can really bring out the bitterness of the triple sec with a less sweet cranberry juice, or make your cocktail light and fruity with a sugary cranberry-cherry or cran-grape juice.
Nothing says summer quite like a fruity, ice cold drink with a miniature umbrella perched on top, a colorful new swimsuit, a wide-brimmed hat (to protect you from the sun's harmful rays, naturally) and a roomy beach bag.
However, if you are serving adults, consider having two or three varieties of tea, for example a classic black tea, a floral tea such as a jasmine or rose variety and a fruity tea such as a lemongrass or orange pekoe.
For $11 you get an honest bottle of ripe, fruity somewhat earthy wine that goes well with food, which is a nice change as often Californian wines seem to be made with cocktail hour in mind rather than dinnertime.
They have a longer, narrower bowl and smaller mouth than the chardonnay glass and allow the aroma of fruity white wines to fully develop and concentrate at the top of the glass.
Whether you choose the woodsy, fruity scent of Forbidden Fruit, the flowery allure of fresh flowers with Romance or the delectable scent of vanilla or cinnamon, the charisma of these body mists will not go unnoticed.
The fruity flavors of grenadine and orange juice complement one another and pair well with many neutral and complex spirits, such as rum, vodka, gin, tequila and fruit-based liqueurs.
Chase it down with a Peruvian beer or a glass of fruity wine, and you have the perfect tropical meal.
Most fruit essences now employed in confectionery are artificially prepared oils, especially is this the case with cheap confectionery (jams, marmalades, &c.) in which the artificial fruit esters to a large extent replace the natural fruity flavour.