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Cool down with our Summer Drinks collection, a range of frozen drinks, icy margaritas, and tropical beverages to suit any mood, occasion, or celebration this Summer.

Frozen margaritas with lime wedges on the side.


 

Enjoying a refreshing, fruity, or frozen beverage is the best way to beat the summer heat. There are many ways to create drinks using the season’s flavors, such as sweet and juicy watermelon, herbaceous mint, and bright berries. Here are our best Summer cocktails to enjoy!

There are classics like minty Mojito, tangy margaritas, and frozen drinks like pina coladas. Enjoy refreshing and fruity spins, such as watermelon cocktails and hibiscus margaritas.

Glass with watermelon margarita garnished with a sprig of mint and salt on the rim.

Watermelon Margarita

5 from 1 vote
This watermelon margarita recipe is the perfect summertime drink! Made with fresh fruit and only five ingredients, this cocktail is easy to make, beautiful, and refreshing.
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Frozen fruit margaritas lined up with mango, strawberry, and lime, with wedges of limes surrounding.

Frozen Margarita Recipe (using ANY fruit)

5 from 31 votes
These Frozen Margaritas are cold, frosty, and fruity! You can blend up a batch of these slushy margaritas in less than 5 minutes and with only a handful of ingredients. The perfect drink for any hot and sunny day.
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A glass cup with tajin on the side and ice with clear liquid and a lime wedge inside.

Ranch Water

5 from 1 vote
Beat the Texas heat with the ultimate refreshing cocktail – Ranch Water! This tequila highball mixed with lime and Topo Chico is the perfect cooling drink that you’ve been looking for.
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Glasses filled with smooth and creamy frozen pina colada topped with dark red cherries and wedges of pineapple.

Pina Colada

4.89 from 9 votes
Indulge in a creamy and fruity piña colada recipe that can be prepared in just 5 minutes! Satisfy your craving for a refreshing, sweet and fruity cocktail that will transport you to a tropical paradise.
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Shot glass filled with Mexican Candy shot. Slices of watermelon on the side.

Mexican Candy Shot

5 from 1 vote
Indulge in the perfect combination of sweet and spicy with the Mexican Candy Shot! Inspired by traditional Mexican candies, this shot is a delightful mix of watermelon pucker, tequila, and a hint of hot sauce and spices that will tantalize your taste buds.
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Glass with mojito with fresh mint and lime wedges.

Classic Mojito

5 from 1 vote
These Mojitos have a sweet, citrus flavor that comes from using fresh lime juice and sugar. Mixed with fresh mint leaves and white rum. The perfect refreshing cocktail recipe.
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Glass on a coaster filled with grapefruit paloma on ice and a wedge of fresh grapefruit.

Grapefruit Paloma

5 from 4 votes
This Grapefruit Paloma recipe is so refreshing and classy! This easy to make tequila based drink is perfect for sipping on this weekend!
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Frozen mango margarita served with a lime wedge.

Mango Margarita

5 from 5 votes
This frozen Mango Margarita recipe is frosty, creamy, tart and sweet. The perfect drink to pair with your favorite Mexican dishes or to simply enjoy on its own.
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Glass filled with red Michelada drink, showing ice cubes, Tajin on the rim of the cup, lime wedges on the counter, and a corona bottle behind the glasses.

Michelada – Spicy Mexican Beer Cocktail

5 from 6 votes
Michelada. This spicy Mexican beer with tomato and lime juice is the perfect summer drink!
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Hibiscus margarita in a glass rimmed with sugar and garnished with a lime wedge.

Hibiscus Margarita

5 from 3 votes
Easy to make, this Hibiscus Margarita is made from Hibiscus simple syrup, fresh lime juice, and tequila. Perfectly sweet, tart, and a beautiful dark pink color, this cocktail is the perfect pairing with your favorite Mexican or Tex Mex meal.
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