One of these tasty spring cocktails can easily be the highlight of brunch! Choose any one of these awesome recipes for your next BBQ or party and let your guests simply enjoy.
The Honey Citrus cocktail is made with Skyy Flavored Dragon Fruit vodka and mildly sweetened with sugar. It also contains squeezed fresh grapefruit juice and orange juice! To dress it up, you can also add some sugar to the rim. There’s nothing better than a fresh and tasty cocktail. It’s a great Easter brunch cocktail to serve.
This Strawberry Rhubarb Rose Sangria is a delightful cocktail, great for a BBQ in the backyard! It is made with sweet and juicy strawberries, refreshing rhubarb, and some added mint and limes to make it a nice, summery cocktail.
This jalapeno-mango margarita has a kick of spice and just the right bit of sugar to create the perfect drink to liven up your next party. Everyone really loves the spicy and sweet take on your usual margarita, made with fresh jalapenos, mango and a splash of mango nectar for an added fruity blast, and it’s the classic sipper for those chill patio nights with your favorite guests.
4. Pimm’s Cup
No cocktail heralds the spring and summertime like a classic Pimm’s Cup, bubbling with citrus and the taste of sweet and bitter herbs. It’s the ultimate drink for serving a thirsty crowd (make sure they’re of age), and simple to mix in the pitcher. From throwing barbecues or a pool party, this quick stunner is sure to be the new favorite cocktail for your group.
The Gin Mule is a gin and ginger beer combo that is a little soft, a little spicy, and one of the best drinks you’ll ever make. This recipe is popular even among those who don’t love gin, a variant of the standard Moscow Mule!
With the Bourbon Peach Basil Smash, you can catch a great sunset on a perfect spring evening with a nice drink to unwind with.
To have the right spring refreshing bite, the Montserrat cocktail uses the scotch and seasonal spices as a foundation.
The addition to the White Lillet and dry gin, the French Blonde uses the delightful sweet tart balance of the grapefruit juice. It is offered depth by a delicate splash of Elderflower Liqueur and lemon bitters. The outcome is simply cocktail heaven.
The coconut and key lime juice is a perfect combination in the Key Lime Martini cocktail. This tropical drink doesn’t smell too sweet, and isn’t too salty, with a right amount of creaminess. This Key Lime martini is certainly one you can enjoy at any moment, but no longer limited to the group of after dinner cocktails.
Are you looking for a cool gin cocktail? The best blend between sweet and tart is this beautiful Blueberry Gin Sour.
This mint julep is a staple at the Kentucky Derby, which is the so called Most Thrilling Two Minutes of Sports. Usually served in a silver cup over broken ice, it is composed of a mixture of mint, sugar and bourbon. This version is a cross between the classic julep and at some bars may have a variation with green tea, whisky and lemon.
Grapefruit Mojitos are a variation on the traditional mojito recipe. These quick mojitos blend grapefruit, lime juice, and fresh mint and rum in a cold drink. You would definitely find yourself toasting a “Cheers!” with your friends.