As the weather begins to warm up let’s get creative with your next ice-cold drink!
It’s time to break out those summer bartending tools! Check out our new favorite summertime drink recipes that you’ll want to make all season long.
We can’t think of a more refreshing warm weather combo than peaches and orange blossoms – and Ketel One agrees with their Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom Vodka!
This drink is sure to appeal to those who enjoy lush, juicy white peaches and bold notes of fragrant orange blossoms. The essence in each one of Ketel One’s Botanical vodkas also is individually and naturally obtained through their innovative extraction methods for the freshest, cleanest, summer crisp taste possible.
Ketel One Botanical & Soda – Featuring Peach & Orange Blossom
- 1.5oz Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Blossom
- 3oz Soda Water
Serve in a wine glass with ice and your choice of fragrant herbs, crisp citrus or other fresh fruit.
We feel that afternoon heat kicking in and we know it’s time for a Solento Slow Sun Martini! This martini highlights Solento Reposado which rests for nine months in American Oak barrels earning this tequila its slightly sweeter notes of homemade caramel and cooked agave – bringing those flavors of a summer fair to your own backyard.
Solento Slow Sun Martini
- 3oz Solento Reposado
- ¼ oz honey
- Dash of grapefruit bitters
- Shake with ice
- Strain into martini glass
- Garnish with a grapefruit twist
Finally let’s elevate your summer glass with Hendrick’s Gin! They describe their Midsummer Spritz as an exquisite sonata of elderflowers with the supernatural zip of soda set against the magic of the cucumber. A Spritz of unequivocal zest – yum!
Hendrick’s Gin Midsummer Spritz
- 50 ml Hendrick’s Midsummer Solstice
- 50 ml Sparkling wine
- 150 ml Tonic water
- Slice and ribbon of Orange & Cucumber
- Add all ingredients to a large wine glass full with cubed ice
- Stir gently to mix
- Garnish and serve
Mollie’s Summer Drink Tip: Chill your glasses ahead of time.
You can chill them in your fridge or fill them with ice and water. By chilling the glass, you’ll ensure the cocktail remains refreshingly cool to the very last sip!