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This cool Summer drink tastes even better than it looks, trust us!
Impress at your dinner party with this classic aperitif
Celebrate the height of summer with this delicious white wine sangria.
With vodka and vermouth rosso, this cocktail blends with lemonade, fresh strawberries and mint leaves to produce a beautifully refreshing summertime sipper.
Attention gin lovers! Spice up your regular gin and tonic with this tropical take on the classic, with rockmelon, apple & mango juice, and passionfruit pulp.
If vodka is your spirit of choice, this cocktail will become a favourite. With sweet guava nectar and white peach, this makes for a fruity summer sipper.
For a citrus-style cocktail, this ginger beer and bourbon with lemongrass does the trick. You'll feel like you're on a summer holiday with every sip you take.
With watermelon and pomegranate, this is one refreshing summer sipper! This cocktail has the English favourite Pimm's, and is perfect at a hot backyard BBQ.
The best bit about a sangria is that you get a delicious drink, plus, the added bonus of fresh, summertime fruit. This rosé version is an even sweeter take.
Frosé (frozé? Frozay?) is this season's hottest new drink. What is it? Basically, it's a frozen rosé slushie. And this version includes watermelon and vodka!
This Negroni cocktail recipe is perfect for relaxed summertime get-togethers with friends. One jug means more time chatting and less time refilling drinks!
The martini gets a summer makeover with this Star of Bombay martini cocktail batch that serves 12. Topped with mint & fruit, this martini has a sweet twist.
When it's a hot summer's day, what better way to cool down than with a glass of English Pimms? This cocktail recipe ups the ante with lemons & cucumbers.
Summer season mocktail
Mix vodka, limoncello, Aperol and orange juice for this punchy citrus party drink.
As the fruit is naturally sweet, just add enough sugar for your own taste.
The classic gin martini recipe gets a refreshing makeover with the cooling additions of fresh cucumber and mint. These drinks put the 'party' in garden party!
This Caribbean cocktail combines sweet and sour flavours for a fruity weekend tipple.
This is sure to impress your guests. Liqueur made by you! It will sure get you some brownie points.
Though traditionally made with limes, the national cocktail of Brazil can also be made with pineapple or passion fruit.