Recipe Roundup: Spring Cocktails

Beer & Cocktails, Drink, Recipe Roundup

Recipe Roundup: Spring Cocktails

Shake or stir your way into spring with a refreshing cocktail! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite picks featuring some unexpected but delicious flavor combinations, like the Minted Hibiscus and Raspberry one above. These drinks are perfect for entertaining, so mix a batch for your next brunch or dinner party. Cheers!


Papaya and Lime Agua FrescaPapaya and Lime Agua Fresca
Perfect for warm-weather sipping, this cocktail combines papaya, fresh lime juice, tequila and Grand Marnier. The vibrant color is a bonus for any table.
Orange Blossom Gin FizzOrange Blossom Gin Fizz
This citrusy drink is perfect for an early spring party. You can find Yuzu juice — which tastes like a combination of grapefruit and mandarin — in Asian markets, but any citrus juice will work.
Spring White SangriaSpring White Sangria
This refreshing sangria combines white wine and passion fruit juice with grapes, pears and litchis, a delicately sweet Chinese fruit.
Passion Fruit CaipirinhaPassion Fruit Caipirinha
Passion fruit and caipirinhas are both native to Brazil, so mix this cocktail to pretend you’re on vacation. If you can’t find cachaça, substitute vodka to make the equally delicious caipiroska.
Blood Orange MojitoBlood Orange Mojito
In this twist on the classic mojito, blood oranges combine with  lime and mint for unique, delicious flavor. Multiply the recipe to make a large batch for a group.
Raspberry-Fennel BelliniRaspberry-Fennel Bellini
Chef Suzanne Goin created this cocktail, which includes fennel for a surprising but subtle note. For a nonalcoholic version, substitute sparkling water for the sparkling wine.
Cucumber CoolerCucumber Cooler
This combination of cucumber and lime juice makes a refreshing alternative to sweeter cocktails. Our recipe is easy to make for a crowd, and it’s perfect for warm-weather sipping.
Lemon Blossom SpritzLemon Blossom Spritz
Light, bright and floral, this sparkling cocktail is great for a spring brunch. It’s made using our mixer that combines the juices of slightly sweet Meyer lemons with the Japanese citrus fruit known as yuzu.

Find more spring cocktail recipes here!

3 comments about “Recipe Roundup: Spring Cocktails

  1. Juan Carlo

    Great drinks for summer. I already tried cucumber cooler just the other day and it was refreshing. All my friends loved it so much.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *