46 Cooling Summer Cocktails
I adore trying new cocktails at anytime of the year but a perfect sipper on the porch is always welcome on a hot day. This is why I bring you 46 Cooling Summer Cocktails today!!
Do you like rum, vodka or prefer gin or tequila? We even have a lot of wine cocktails to choose from for something a bit lighter. Either way there are lots of libations to wet your whistle on a hot day. When having a party or get together I love serving up something unique or an old time classic that people may not have had in a long time.
Enjoy these cocktails and pair them up with 18 Easy Cold Party Appetizers. Your guests will be raving and you will be, oh yeah, it was nothing to pull together! Some of these cocktails have very few ingredients, so you also won’t be breaking the bank serving them up!
Rum is a distilled alcohol made from sugarcane byproducts such as molasses or honeys or made directly from sugar cane juices. It then goes through a process of fermentation and distillation. The majority of the world’s rum comes from the Caribbean and Latin America but also is produced world wide now.
Hurricane Cocktail by Noshing With The Nolands
Raspberry Mojito by Cookin Canuck
Peach Crisp Cocktail by Unsophisticook
Zombie Cocktail by Boulder Locavore
Blended Raspberry Mojito with Muddled Blueberries by Food Faith Fitness
Skinny Pineapple Coconut Cocktail by Persnickety Plates
Mojito Slush by Life Tastes Good
Frozen Blueberry Mojito by Life Tastes Good
Vodka is a distilled beverage made from the fermentation of cereal grains or potatoes. The historic home of vodka is northern, central and eastern Europe, coming from Poland to Russia in the 1500’s as a medicinal drink.
Salty Dog Cocktail by Noshing With The Nolands
Peach Martini with Raspberry by Food Faith Fitness
Erren’s Strawberry Cocktail by Erren’s Kitchen
Erren’s Hard Lemonade by Erren’s Kitchen
Strawberry Moscow Mules by The Roasted Root
Rosemary Greyhound Cocktail by Melanie Makes
Strawberry Blueberry Lemonade Spritzer by A Cedar Spoon
Spiked Pomegranate Iced Tea by A Cedar Spoon
Blueberry Breeze Cooler by Ann’s Entitled Life
Instant Pot Limoncello by The View From Great Island
Tequila is a distilled beverage made from the blue agave plant. The plant is primarily grown around the city of Tequila in Guadalajara and around the central western state of Jalisco in Mexico.
Earls Coconut Mint Margarita by Noshing With The Nolands
Blueberry Passion Fruit Margarita by Family Food and Travel
Blackberry Lemonade Margaritas by Valerie’s Kitchen
The Best Skinny Margarita Recipe – Sugar Free, 5 Minutes by Wholesome Yum
Spicy Mango-Rita, Sugar Free Citrus Cocktail by Tasting Page
Tequila Pineapple Punch Cocktail by Beyond Frosting
Papaya Margarita by Muy Bueno
Frozen Strawberry Margarita by Saving Room for Dessert
Rhubarb Margaritas by Noshing With The Nolands
Cherry Matador Cocktail Recipe by Snappy Gourmet
Wine is an alcoholic beverage derived from fermented grapes. It has been around for thousands of years even dating back to 7000 BC in China but also later in Georgia, Iran and Sicily.
Peach Blueberry Sangria by Noshing With The Nolands
Prosecco Raspberry Slushie by An Italian in my Kitchen
Pineapple-Jalapeno Wine Spritzer by Renee’s Kitchen Adventures
Strawberry Lemon Frose by Valerie’s Kitchen
Peach Prosecco Mojitos by Melanie Makes
Prosecco Margaritas by A Farmgirl’s Dabbles
Melon Sangria by Muy Bueno
Strawberry Lemonade Moscato Slushie by Miss in the Kitchen
Strawberry Wine Punch by Miss in the Kitchen
Rose Ice Cream Float by Cake Whiz
Frozen Watermelon Bellini by Home Made Interest
Raspberry Sangria Punch Recipe by Snappy Gourmet
White Wine Ginger Beer Sangria by The Lemon Bowl
Wine Slushies by Amanda’s Cookin’
Gin is a liquor that is made from the juniper berry. It has been around since the middle ages but only became popular in the late 1600’s and in particular in London, England.
Cherry Gin and Tonic by Noshing With The Nolands
Cucumber and Triple Lime Gin Seltzer by Foxes Love Lemons
Lychee and Elderflower Gin and Tonic by Hungry Couple
All information on alcohols was taken from Wikipedia.