By Karabelle… @CBellesCloset (*Pure Editorial, Non-Paid Post*)
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Shop brands that help support finding a cure!
Approximately 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime*.
You already know her – so here is how you can help her…
With October upon us, Breast Cancer Awareness Month is on everyone’s mind. Sparkling ICE is on a mission to “Imagine a World without Breast Cancer” – and from October 1-31st Sparkling ICE will donate 1¢ per bottle of its Pink Grapefruit Sparkling ICE to help find a cure for Breast Cancer. Best of all, proceeds go directly back to the community where the product was sold. By working closely with each community, Sparkling ICE allows them to select the charity right in their region that they would most like to offer the donations to (i.e. Susan G. Komen Affiliates, Local/Regional Breast Cancer Research Foundations).
To help further the cause Sparkling ICE has created a specialty “Sip Pink for the Cure” Cocktail using its Pink Grapefruit Sparkling ICE flavor – creating the perfect combination of sweet and spicy. I am particularly excited about this week’s Cocktail of the Week because it combines some of my favorite things – pink cocktails AND fundraising that directly supports my community! Try something new this weekend and “Sip Pink for the Cure”!
- 3 oz. Grapefruit Sparkling ICE
- 1 ½ oz. vodka
- 1 oz. lime juice
- Lime wedge
- Sliced fresh jalapeño
- Chili salt for rim of glass (Kosher salt mixed with chili powder)
- Use a lime wedge to rub the entire rim of a chilled martini glass, and dip into chili salt mixture.
- Combine vodka and jalapeno slices with ice in a shaker.
- Strain and pour into the chilled martini glass.
- Top with Grapefruit Sparkling ICE.
- Garnish with a few Jalapeno slices.
(21+ – please drink responsibly)
Where to buy: http://www.sparklingice.com
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* BCA Statistics were sourced from the following webpage – knowledge is power http://www.breastcancer.org/symptoms/understand_bc/statistics *