Summer Cocktails

Beat the heat with our favorite “Summer Cocktails”

When it’s summer, there’s nothing better than a fruity, herby or a frozen drink in hand! There are so many ways to drink the flavors of the season : sweet watermelon and juicy peaches, herbaceous mint and basil, bright berries. Here are all the summer cocktails to try! There are classics like the minty mojito and tangy margarita, frozen drinks like daiquiris and pina coladas, and fun fruity spins like watermelon cocktails and peach margaritas. Really, we want to drink them all. We’ve made a list of some of our easy and favorite summer cocktails of all times for you, hope you enjoy making them.


Classic Mojito


One of the most iconic summer cocktails is the mojito! This iconic Cuban cocktail is refreshing and perfectly balanced with lime, rum and fresh mint. Perfect for when summer herbs are in abundance.

 Mix this classic cocktail using fresh mint, white rum, sugar, zesty lime and cooling soda water. Play with the quantities to suit your taste.


Aperol Spritz


Bubbly, citrusy, herbal, subtly bitter and lightly sweet… the Aperol spritz is a classic summer sipper! It’s actually a classic cocktail from the 1950’s, this Italian cocktail has been capturing hearts and minds for years. And it’s absolutely worth the hype!

 Mix up this Aperol spritz with just three ingredients – Aperol, Prosecco and soda.


Pina Colada


What could be a better signature summer cocktail than the pina colada?

 A tropical blend of rich coconut cream, white rum and tangy pineapple – serve with an umbrella for kitsch appeal.


Classic Margarita


Ofcourse, the margarita works anytime. But, it’s the most perfect summer cocktail!

 The classic way to make this is with : tequila, lime, rum and a salt rim. Perfection!


 Moscow Mule


Something about a Moscow mule screams summer! It’s fizzy, it’s tangy, looks festive and goes down easy. It’s perfect to serve for entertaining or a lazy evening on the patio.

 With only 3 ingredients and 3 minutes required, this is definitely the best! Mix vodka, ginger beer and crushed ice and you have yourself a Moscow mule. Serve in a metal mug and garnish with mint leaves and lime.