5 Delicious Strawberry Cocktails To Try This Summer

What could be better when it’s hot outside and the sun is caressing your skin than a delicious strawberry cocktail to enjoy on your balcony or in the shade? Strawberry cocktails are easy to make but there are many different recipes. So how do you know which ones are the best? Try the ones we’ve already chosen for you.

Strawberry Pimm’s Cup Cocktail.

Try a cocktail made from a mix of strawberry syrup, gin-based liquor (Pimm’s), 7Up, cucumber, lemon, mint and fresh strawberries. Strawberry is the primary flavor with a hint of lemon juice. Garnish it with sliced cucumbers and fresh mint.{found on browneyedbaker}.

Fruity Summer Sangria.

This fruity sangria is also wonderful for the summer. The ingredients you’ll need to make it include red wine, orange liqueur, dark rum, sugar, cinnamon sticks, an orange, a lemon, a lime, strawberries and sparkling water. Stir them together and put the mix in the fridge.{found on kitchenmeetsgirl}.

Strawberry Lavender Cocktail.

If you want something that’s both sweet and refreshing, you should try this strawberry lavender cocktail. You’ll need 1/3 of a cup strained strawberry puree, lavender syrup and vodka. Stir them in a glass and add lots of ice.{found on two-tarts}.

Strawberry Basil Sparkler.

This strawberry basil sparkler features a rather unexpected mix but it’s very flavorful and refreshing. It’s made with sliced strawberries, basil leaves, vodka and sparkling water. The basil elevates the drink’s flavor and goes really well with the sweet strawberries.{found on site}.

Skinny Strawberry Lime Punch.

This strawberry lime punch would be perfect for an outdoor party or simply for a day spent on the terrace. The ingredients needed include strawberries, water, natural sweetener, lime juice, plain sparkling water, light vodka, mint leaves and sliced fruit for garnish. Put some strawberries in a saucepan and let them simmer. Strain them and put the juice in a fridge. Then combine it with the rest of the ingredients and enjoy.{found on familyfreshcooking}.

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