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    Video: Jessie James Decker Shares Tipsy Quarantea Recipe

    Jessie James Decker is here to change up your happy hour drink routine during quarantine! She shared the recipe for her Tipsy Quarantea, a cocktail with tea, rum and vodka, on her Instagram. Decker’s creative cocktail sounds delicious and can be made with what you have at home!

    To make this drink, get vodka, rum (she likes coconut), ice tea (sweet or unsweet), lemon juice, ice and one slice of lemon. If you’re using unsweet tea, you’ll also need a splash of simple syrup. If you’re feeling fancy, garnish your Tipsy Quarantea with a mint leaf!

    If you want a heavy pour of vodka, go for it. If you want to use a crazy spiced rum, try it out. Decker didn’t have coconut rum on hand so, instead, she opted for RumChata. It’s all about being creative with this recipe.

    Watch the video below to see the multi-talented Decker create her Tipsy Quarantea. If you make it, leave us a comment below and let us know how you liked it!

    Jessie James Decker is here to change up your happy hour drink routine during quarantine! She shared the recipe for her Tipsy Quarantea, a cocktail with tea, rum and vodka, on her Instagram. Decker's creative cocktail sounds delicious and can be made with what you have at home!

    To make this drink, get vodka, rum (she likes coconut), ice tea (sweet or unsweet), lemon juice, ice and one slice of lemon. If you're using unsweet tea, you'll also need a splash of simple syrup. If you're feeling fancy, garnish your Tipsy Quarantea with a mint leaf!

    If you want a heavy pour of vodka, go for it. If you want to use a crazy spiced rum, try it out. Decker didn't have coconut rum on hand so, instead, she opted for RumChata. It's all about being creative with this recipe.

    Watch the video below to see the multi-talented Decker create her Tipsy Quarantea. If you make it, leave us a comment below and let us know how you liked it!

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