What Is Sea Breeze?

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A sea breeze is a wind from the sea that develops over land near coasts. It is formed by increasing temperature differences between the land and water.
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Sea Breeze Cocktail
Food Network Rating: (12 Reviews)
Total Time: 5 minutes   Yield: 8 to 10 servings
Level: Easy   Cuisine: Northeastern American
Directions: Place the vodka and juices in a plastic container, cover with a lid and shake until combined. Fill each glass half full with ice and pour in the drink mixture. Place a frozen lime wedge in each glass and serve. More »
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One of the most pleasant things about the beach is the sea breeze. Sea breezes are caused naturally by wind picking up the coolness of the water as it travels.
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Sea breeze is the air, or wind, that you feel when near a shoreline. A Sea Breeze can also be a drink that is made using grapefruit juice, cranberry juice, and vodka.
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1. Fill a highball glass with ice cubes. 2. Pour vodka, cranberry juice and grapefruit juice over the ice. 3. Stir three times. 4. Add a wedge of lime.
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the wind is hitting the sea and the fumes are coming off it.
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n. A cool breeze blowing from the sea toward the land.
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Sea breeze is the air, or wind, that you feel when near a shoreline. A Sea Breeze can also be a drink that is made using grapefruit juice, cranberry juice, and ...
Sea breeze is the air, or wind, that you feel when near a shoreline. A Sea Breeze can also be a drink that is made using grapefruit juice, cranberry juice, and ...
Sea breeze is the air, or wind, that you feel when near a shoreline. A Sea Breeze can also be a drink that is made using grapefruit juice, cranberry juice, and ...
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