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Spring Cocktail Recipes

May 12, 2015

Spring Cocktails.  It makes me smile just saying it out loud.  I'm helping to plan a Spring Garden Party this weekend in our neighborhood and I've been tasked to bring the signature drink.  I started looking into fun party punch to serve and found several that would both look pretty and taste great served in a batch.  I thought y'all might like to see what I narrowed it down to as well.  Also, I would love to hear any of your favorite fresh cocktails! 

My favorite drink lately is a Malibu bay breeze; Malibu Rum, Pineapple Juice, and a squeeze of lime.  Reminds me of being 22 at the beach.  I'm excited to give all of these drinks below a try as well.  They all look so refreshing and delicious!  Like the kind of good you have to be careful about.

 
Find the original recipes and directions below:
Meyer Lemonade with Rosemary and Vodka || Citrusy Champagne Sangria || Coconut Mojito || Strawberry Gin Smash || Watermelon Mint Spiked Lemonade

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7 comments:

  1. Watermelon Mint Spiked Lemonade?? Yes please!

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  2. That Lemonade looks amazing! Definitely pinning for future use.

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  3. These all look so delicious and refreshing!

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  4. Ah, what wonderful recipes. I am heading out to my garden for rosemary and mint! xo Leslie

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  5. Oh my gosh I love this post. I am definitely pinning this as a reminder for summertime cocktails! I wish I could try the Champagne Sangria tonight!!

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  6. Hi! I made a yummy cocktail for Mother's Day that I discovered as a Trader Joe's sample -- equal parts sherbet and prosecco with frozen fruit! It was delish. I bought the pomegranate blueberry sherbet and served it with frozen blueberries in the pitcher, but I think you could mix it up with different flavors of sherbet. :)

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    1. P.S. "Equal parts" means a container of sherbet to a bottle of prosecco! Cheers!

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