Wild Berry Belvedere is not only smooth and fruity, but is made with real berries. REAL berries, people!
These Wild Berry-infused cocktails will help you jump start your spring just right. Be sure to share your experience using #FollowTheSun and #BelvedereWildBerry. Here’s what you need and how to make them.
Wild Berry Crush (above)
1.5 oz Belvedere Wild Berry
1 small lime
3 bar spoons vanilla golden sugar
Muddle the fruit with the sugar, add the Wild Berry Belvedere and crushed ice and churn. Cap with crushed ice.
Wild Berry Lemonade
50 ml/2 oz Belvedere Wild Berry
3.5 oz Fever Tree lemonade
Build over ice into a highball glass, and garnish with a lemon wheel and blueberries.
Wild Berry Sour
50ml / 2 oz Belvedere Wild Berry
20ml / ¾ oz sugar syrup
25ml / 1 oz lemon juice
10ml / ¼ oz egg white
5 basil leaves
Dry shake all ingredients to emulsify egg white. Add ice and shake again. Strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish by grinding black pepper over the top.
Halle Berry is through with her ex living off her child support money, Billy Eichner goes from the street to the New Girl loft, Jude Law will welcome his fifth child this spring, and more in today’s Last Lap.
Halle Berry wants to “slash” her monthly child support to ex-partner Gabriel Aubrey from $16,000 to $3,000. [Daily Mail]
Parks and Recreation‘s Billy Eichner is cast as a “grinch-like” character on New Girl. [TV Line]
Jude Law and his ex Catherine Harding are expecting a baby this spring. [People]
Joan Rivers‘ official cause of death was lack of oxygen to the brain. [TMZ]
Katniss Everdeen returns to District 12 in the new Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 trailer.
American Horror Story alum Alexandra Breckenridge joins The Walking Dead. [THR]
Jon Gosselin was evicted from his Pennsylvania home and is still not welcome at ex-wife Kate‘s house. [Uproxx]
Jack Rico gives us all the details you need on the comic book adaptations hitting the big screen, including Captain America 3.
The actress says one of the main reasons she decided to take on a TV role is so she can be closer to her 5-month-old son with husbandOlivier Martinez and her 6-year-old daughter, Nahla Ariela.
“I no longer can afford to have the gypsy life,” she tells PEOPLE. “This [show] allows me to stay home and still do something really creative and cool that I love.”
The actress, 47, is also busy promoting her film Frankie & Alice and says thinking of the other working moms out there helps her get through the long days.
“I know I’m not alone. Women have done this forever. We are built to multitask. When you think, ‘How can I not sleep, nurse and work?,’ you just do. We are machines like that. We are built to do this,” Berry explains.
She adds that even though there are long hours on the set of the Steven Spielberg-produced sci-fi drama, being in the same city as her kids is what is the most important.
“My kids can come visit me and I can tuck them in at night,” she says.
For more from Halle Berry, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.