Some Fresh & Fruity Cocktails
Turn to season’s best produce and make these cocktails with what’s available in the season right now. Making these fresh and fruity cocktails require only a little bit of preparation. So this coming weekend, stir, shake, or blend a few of these enticing cocktails for your friends and family.
Blend frozen watermelon purée with vodka and melon liqueur for a smooth, frosty cocktail. Garnish with a wedge of lime for a nice touch.
The mojito is a fantastic cocktail and a favourite for the lazy days of summer. The original recipe offers a great base to play with. The pineapple mojito is exactly what it sounds like. You can add both fresh and juiced pineapple to the classic rum, mint, and lime drink. With this tropical twist, it’s sure to get you in the mood for some fun in the sun.
Watermelon Cucumber Cooler
Summer would not be the same without fresh watermelon and cucumbers. The two come together in a delicious cocktail that’s sure to impress everyone in your backyard barbecue parties. The watermelon cucumber cooler is the pinnacle of fresh fruit cocktails. It starts with freshly pressed watermelon juice and a mixture of cucumber. To this, the aromatics of Aviation Gin are introduced along with soda to make it nice and refreshing.
Pineapple juice, orange juice, and grenadine added together with a touch of nutmeg in this rum punch, creating a perfect tangy mix.
Rose Sangria Spritzer
Round out the summer meal by serving this light spritzer with grilled, smoky meats. Instead of dry red wine typically found in sangria, use rose wine, a lighter option that accentuates the sweetness of the fruit.
Blackberry Gin Fizz Float
This boozy blackberry float will surely please all the dessert lovers and cocktail enthusiasts alike. A must try for everyone.
Fill up your punch bowl with large ice cubes oozing with berries. Then fill your muffin tins halfway with white grape and pomegranate juice mixture before dropping a few raspberries and pomegranate seeds in each.
Irish whiskey may not be your first preference for a delightful cocktail, but it can work wonders if you have the right ingredients. Perhaps what helps is adding sweet berries to the mixture, and that’s just what you’ll find in blackberry malt. This drink blends a single malt Irish whiskey with fresh blackberries, lime and syrup, topped with sparkling water. It’s a refreshing and great way to enjoy your whiskey all summer long.
Frozen Banana Daiquiri
A favourite, banana daiquiri is a must for a hot summer day on the picnic table or patio. It’s one of the most popular daiquiri recipes out there and it’s guaranteed to be a hit among anyone you invite. The mixture is an easy one, fusing rum, triple sec, lime, sugar, ice and fresh bananas. When properly blended, the banana daiquiri is cool and refreshing, but not staunchly sweet.
Fresh Peach Bellinis
For fresh Peach Bellinis put dollops of peach puree into elegant glasses and then top them off with cold Prosecco.
Ginger-Peach Beer Cooler
For your, Ginger-Peach Beer Cooler combine peach nectar and fresh summer peaches with light beer for a simple cocktail that’s ready to serve the crowd.