Our Favorite Summer Drink Recipes

Slushies, margaritas, sangrias, and more! These warm-weather sips are perfect when you want to cool off with a refreshing summer drink or chill out with a cocktail.

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Watermelon Lemonade Slushie

This slushie is as beautiful as it is refreshing. Fresh basil is the secret ingredient: Steep it in a simple syrup (equal parts sugar and water), then remove it before blending the slushie, so it adds a subtle herbaceous note.

Get the Recipe: Watermelon Lemonade Slushie

Ice Cream Maker Margaritas

Slushy margaritas are just one more thing you can throw together in your ice cream maker. Chill the sweetened tequila-lime base ahead of time so that your cocktails churn up more quickly.

Get the Recipe: Ice Cream Maker Margaritas

The New Frose

Can frose (slushy, frozen rose wine) get any easier? With the help of a blender and ice cream maker, it certainly can.

Get the Recipe: The New Frose

Sangria Slushie

Consider this sangria 2.0. Your favorite Spanish beverage has gone slushy thanks to some clever homemade red wine ice cubes and a blender.

Get the Recipe: Sangria Slushie

Yo-Ho-Ho and a Bottle of Rum Punch

There's a little extra love in this Caribbean rum punch, and it's not the freshly squeezed orange and lime juice or the fun ice-and-fruit float — it's taking the time to make your own spiced rum. It's super simple, and you can totally steal the rum recipe to make and give to friends and family (or a pirate).

Get the Recipe: Spiced Rum Punch


This spicy margarita starts out with a subtle heat, but thanks to the chile pepper ice cubes, the fire builds as the ice melts!

Get the Recipe: Marga-Heat-A

Cucumber Pineapple Tequila Cooler

This smooth summer cocktail made with pineapple and cucumber juices is perfectly balanced — not too sweet.

Get the Recipe: Cucumber Pineapple Tequila Cooler


Fresh mint sprigs or spearmint are the secret to this classic summertime cocktail that features light rum.

Get the Recipe: Mojito

Mint Julep

Bobby's classic mint julep is filled with bourbon whiskey, mint, sugar and water.

Get the Recipe: Mint Julep

White Sangria

Rachael's sangria takes five to 10 minutes to assemble in a large pitcher. Take the time to prepare it in the morning so the sangria has several hours to develop its fruity flavor. Pull it out when dinner is ready to serve that evening.

Get the Recipe: White Sangria

Ginger-Peach Beer Cooler

Giada combines peach nectar and fresh summer peaches with light beer for a simple cocktail that's ready to serve a crowd.

Get the Recipe: Ginger-Peach Beer Cooler

Shark Attack Punch

This silly (and delicious!) cocktail has a surprise "bite" with every pour. Let's just say you're gonna need a bigger glass.

Get the Recipe: Shark Attack Punch

Ginger Lemongrass Pina Colada

Make a ginger and lemongrass syrup to sweeten this twist on the classic pina colada.

Get the Recipe: Ginger Lemongrass Pina Colada

Earl Grey Tea and Blueberry Spritzer

Just five simple ingredients make this sophisticated and beautiful summer drink. The iced tea and simple syrup can be made ahead and refrigerated for up to a week. Keep them on hand, then just pop open a bottle of sparkling wine and mix the drinks when guests arrive.

Get the Recipe: Earl Grey Tea and Blueberry Spritzer

Watermelon Martinis

Combine frozen watermelon puree with vodka and melon liqueur for a smooth and frosty cocktail. Garnish with a lemon twist for a playful touch.

Get the Recipe: Watermelon Martinis

Fresh Peach Bellinis

Ina spoons dollops of peach puree into elegant glasses before topping them off with cold Prosecco.

Get the Recipe: Fresh Peach Bellinis

Red Wine Sangria

Bobby combines orange juice and pomegranate juice with Spanish table wine, brandy and triple sec as the base for this sangria that's filled with oranges, apples, blackberries and pomegranate seeds.

Get the Recipe: Red Wine Sangria

Moscow Mule

The classic Moscow mule requires only 3 ingredients: vodka, lime and ginger beer. We up the ginger flavor by freezing slices of fresh ginger into ice cubes to keep your beverage cold and fresh.

Get the Recipe: Moscow Mule

Watermelon Mai Tai

Ted Allen puts a fresher, summery twist on this classic rum cocktail by replacing the usual orgeat syrup with cubed watermelon for just the right touch of sweetness.

Get the Recipe: Watermelon Mai Tai

Blackberry Gin Fizz Float

Sunny's boozy blackberry float will please dessert lovers and cocktail enthusiasts alike. 

Get the Recipe: Blackberry Gin Fizz Float

Frozen Mojito

Bobby throws fresh mint into the blender for his frosty drink.

Get the Recipe: Frozen Mojito

Watermelon Bloody Mary Bar

Celebrate summer with this showstopping Bloody Mary bar. Turn watermelons of all sizes into garnish bowls and put a watermelon twist on the traditional cocktail.

Get the Recipe: Watermelon Bloody Mary Bar

Pineapple-Raspberry Rum Refresher

Melissa's fruity cooler combines muddled raspberries with pineapple juice, coconut water, mint and light rum. For a non-alcoholic refresher, omit the rum and top with 1 ounce of sparkling water.

Get the Recipe: Pineapple-Raspberry Rum Refresher

Watermelon Punch Keg

Expect guests to do a double take when they see your watermelon with a tap attached — and to come back for seconds after sampling the spiked punch concealed within.

Get the Recipe: Watermelon Punch Keg

Passion Fruit Hurricane

Ted gives this New Orleans classic a frosty makeover by combining the rum, grapefruit juice and passion fruit puree with ice in a blender. 

Get the Recipe: Passion Fruit Hurricane


Alton's margarita is zesty, fresh and absolutely fabulous. Silver tequila, lime juice, salt and agave nectar are all present, but fresh orange juice is the real secret behind these wonderful margaritas.

Get the Recipe: Margarita

Blackberry and Gin Slushie

Alex Guarnaschelli blitzes macerated blackberries, gin, club soda and lime juice in the blender for an icy grownups-only summer treat.

Get the Recipe: Blackberry and Gin Slushie

Blueberry Lemonade

For those who love a fruitier flavor, mix up a batch of this blueberry lemonade. A bunch of fresh, sugary blueberries add a seasonal twist to the classic lemonade.

Get the Recipe: Blueberry Lemonade

Cucumber Cocktail

Bobby uses cucumber vodka and cucumber juice to make these refreshingly crisp summer cocktails.

Get the Recipe: Cucumber Cocktail

Painkiller Cocktail Keg

Nothing says festive like a party-ready cocktail dispensed directly from a pineapple!

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Giada makes her own limoncello with just lemon peel and vodka then lets it steep for four days. Add a bit of simple syrup to the mixture and let it sit overnight before straining. You can drink it straight or add it to cocktails.

Get the Recipe: Limoncello

White Sangria

This drink is an inexpensive way to serve a crowd. You can buy inexpensive wine and a small bottle of brandy to get started.

Get the Recipe: White Sangria

Raspberry Lemonade

Ree Drummond's kid-friendly drink pairs from-scratch lemonade with frozen raspberries.

Get the Recipe: Raspberry Lemonade

Pina Colada

If you like pina coladas, then you'll love this classic version with pineapple juice, coconut cream and both white and dark rum.

Get the Recipe: Pina Colada

Sweet Tea Mojito

It's Miami Beach meets the Old South: Combine the mint, rum and turbinado sugar from the classic mojito with ice-cold black tea.

Get the Recipe: Sweet Tea Mojito

Sandra's Tropical Temptation

"Tropical Temptation is truly summer vacation in a glass," says Sandra. "The best part is that you don't have to go away, you can enjoy it with your friends and family at your next party."

Get the Recipe: Tropical Temptation

Ultimate Margarita

Tyler uses giant glasses to hold these gold tequila and freshly squeezed lime juice margaritas.

Get the Recipe: Ultimate Margarita

Froscato Sunrise

No fancy liquors or special equipment are necessary for this beautiful frozen cocktail — it's made with the sweet wine moscato. It is as easy as it is tasty!

Get the Recipe: Froscato Sunrise

Non-Alcoholic Margarita

When you're craving a sweet-tart, refreshing margarita, but you don't want the alcohol, break out your blender and start here.

Get the Recipe: Non-Alcoholic Margarita

Grilled Arnold Palmer Cocktail

The unboozy Arnold Palmer-named after the golfer-is a mix of half lemonade and half iced tea. Keep the tea and add grilled-lemon lemonade and a shot of bourbon for a sophisticated, not-too-sweet take on this favorite summer drink.

Get the Recipe: Grilled Arnold Palmer Cocktail

Mojito Limeade

Bobby's crowd-sized mojito gets a triple dose of lime: It's muddled in at the beginning with mint leaves, added to the lime-mint syrup, then poured in with rum and club soda at the end.

Get the Recipe: Mojito Limeade

Cucumber-Mint Gimlets

Cucumber, mint, lemon and a touch of sugar get muddled together for one cool and refreshing gin gimlet.

Get the Recipe: Cucumber-Mint Gimlets

Long Island Iced Tea

This cocktail has a little bit of everything: vodka, gin, white rum, white tequila and Triple Sec.

Get the Recipe: Long Island Iced Tea

Aperol Spritz

This simple, classic aperitif evokes sunny days in Italy, with its beautiful hue and distinctive herbaceous flavor.

Get the Recipe: Aperol Spritz

Grapefruit Sparklers

These fruity cocktails get their kick from a splash of Campari.

Get the Recipe: Grapefruit Sparklers

Sandra's Strawberry Orange Daiquiri

Sandra says, "This delicious frozen treat made with fresh strawberries and oranges will keep your thirst at bay all summer long."

Get the Recipe: Strawberry Orange Daiquiri


A traditional Moscow Mule mixes vodka with lime, sugar and ginger beer (the classic cocktail was devised in the 1940s by a producer of ginger beer). We give ours more depth and zip by infusing maple syrup with fresh ginger and adding club soda for bubbles.

Get the Recipe: Mule-ade

Coconut Mojito

Add coconut water to a classic mojito for a new spin on this light rum favorite.

Get the Recipe: Coconut Mojito

Raspberry Mimosa

This brunch (or anytime) cocktail features fresh, muddled raspberries and is finished with champagne or prosecco.

Get the Recipe: Raspberry Mimosa


Equal parts sweet vermouth and Campari form a mildly bitter and spicy aperitif.

Get the Recipe: Americano

High-Tea Cocktail

Spice up black tea with ginger and cardamom, then spike it up with gin, vermouth and orange bitters.

Get the Recipe: High-Tea Cocktail

Simple Singapore Sling

Developed in the early 20th century at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore, this simple take on the Sling shakes together pineapple juice, gin, grenadine and a squeeze of lime.

Get the Recipe: Simple Singapore Sling

Lychee-Mint Spritzers

Bubbly and fresh, this mint and lime spritzer gets an unusual hit of flavor from a handful of lychees, a fruit native to China.

Get the Recipe: Lychee-Mint Spritzers

Lemon Moscow Mule

The secret to this cocktail is homemade limoncello, an Italian lemon liqueur made from lemon zest and vodka, which imparts a unique sweet-tart flavor to the classic Moscow mule. Use leftover limoncello in other cocktails or sip it after dinner as a digestif all summer long.

Get the Recipe: Lemon Moscow Mule

Honey Lemon-Drop Martini

Replace sweet vermouth with fresh lemon juice in this refreshing summer take on a classic martini. For an added touch of sweetness, flavor the martini with Honey Syrup, made with equal parts honey and water.

Get the Recipe: Honey Lemon-Drop Martini

Rosemary Julep

Ted revises the traditional mint julep by replacing the mint with rosemary, an earthier-tasting herb. Start by preparing a rosemary syrup by simmering sugar, water and rosemary sprigs in a saucepan until the sugar has dissolved. 

Get the Recipe: Rosemary Julep

Peppery Punch

Please your whole party with a '70s throwback punch. This spiced gin version has a hint of ground pepper.

Get the Recipe: Peppery Punch

Paloma Margaritas

While the base of this margarita is tequila, it's definitely not traditional. Grapefruit juice and grapefruit soda give it a unique flavor.

Get the Recipe: Paloma Cocktails with Grenadine

Orange Mojito

Muddle oranges and limes with sugar and rum for a citrus take on the classic mojito.

Get the Recipe: Orange Mojito

Whole Citrus Margarita

Put tangy citrus fruit like oranges, lemons and limes through a juicer before combining them with tequila for a super fresh margarita.

Get the Recipe: Whole Citrus Margaritas

Lemon Drop Cocktail

Ina's Lemon Drop Cocktail is like a glass of freshly squeezed lemonade, with just a kick of vodka.

Get the Recipe: Lemon Drop Cocktail

Watermelon Mojitos

Add chunks of in season watermelon to classic rum mojitos.

Get the Recipe: Watermelon Mojitos

Cherry Lime Ricky

Muddle fresh, pitted cherries with lime and sugar before adding gin.

Get the Recipe: Cherry Lime Ricky

Easy Mango Lemonade Margaritas

Prefer your margaritas on the slushy side? Incorporate a few cups of ice while blending frozen mango chunks, lemonade concentrate, tequila and orange liqueur.

Get the Recipe: Easy Mango Lemonade Margaritas

Campari and Soda

Just three ingredients are needed for this colorful cocktail: Campari, seltzer and orange slices.

Get the Recipe: Campari and Soda

Sour Pineapple Tiki Cocktail

Molly adds a splash of dark rum to her tropical-inspired treat, but it can easily be skipped if you (or your guests) prefer a colorful mocktail.

Get the Recipe: Sour Pineapple Tiki Cocktail

Frozen Watermelon Margaritas

Pureed watermelon is the base of this fruity margarita, topped off with tequila, lime juice and orange liqueur. Garnish with a cube of watermelon for a playful touch.

Get the Recipe: Frozen Watermelon Margaritas

Bobby Flay's Coconut-Banana Colada

This fruity, blended drink is filled with cream of coconut, bananas and crushed pineapple.

Get the Recipe: Bobby Flay's Coconut-Banana Colada

Mai Tai

Ina decorates her classic Mai Tais with the traditional assortment of orange slices, pineapple cubes and cocktail cherries for a tropical summertime feel. 

Get the Recipe: Mai Tai

Make-Ahead Cucumber-Elderflower Sangria

This fresh gin cocktail has a little bit of sweetness from limeade. Add a crunchy cucumber for garnish.

Get the Recipe: Make-Ahead Cucumber-Elderflower Sangria

Beer Colada

Skip the cream of coconut and a blender in favor of this crowd-pleasing colada that uses lager or light beer as its base.

Get the Recipe: Beer Colada


This Mexican cocktail is best for savory drink lovers. It's a bit salty and as spicy as you prefer to make it.

Get the Recipe: Michelada

Pimm's Cup

This grown-up lemonade combines the classic summer drink with Pimm's and cucumber juice.

Get the Recipe: Pimm's Cup

Pomegranate Rum Punch for a Crowd

Pomegranate juice and lemonade plus a bottle of white rum make a party-ready punch. Create an ice float the night before for your punch bowl.

Get the Recipe: Pomegranate Rum Punch for a Crowd

Summer Peach

This colorful cocktail features white wine, peach puree and peach-flavored vodka that's inspired by in season peaches.

Get the Recipe: Summer Peach

Cherry Lime Slushies

Trisha’s easy slushies are a family-friendly summer sip. She blends maraschino cherries with lemon-lime soda, frozen limeade concentrate and ice, then garnishes each drink with plenty of extra fruit.

Get the Recipe: Cherry Lime Slushies

Shark Attack

You don't have to be near the beach for this potent drink to attack your senses. Guy Fieri brings the fire and fun with his tequila, triple sec, orange and pineapple juice cocktail.

Get the Recipe: Shark Attack

Scarpetta Signature San Remo Cocktail

A classic on the menu at Scott's Scarpetta restaurants, this subtly sweet drink is made with bourbon, orange liqueur and elderflower.

Get the Recipe: San Remo Cocktail

Burnt Orange Negroni

Give the classic Negroni a fresh twist by charring an orange on the grill and adding a smoky slice to each glass.

Get the Recipe: Burnt Orange Negroni

The Wild Flower

Ted's crisp cocktail gets its name from the muddled lavender that's mixed with dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, vodka and club soda.

Get the Recipe: The Wild Flower

Pompelmo Fizz

For a cooling cocktail, Geoffrey combines gin, orange liqueur and fizzy grapefruit soda and serves it up in a chilled glass.

Get the Recipe: Pompelmo Fizz

Strawberry-Basil Mojitos

You don’t need mint to make a great mojito. Ree purees strawberries with lemon and basil and tops the mixture with simple syrup, rum and a splash of seltzer.

Get the Recipe: Strawberry-Basil Mojitos

Nimbu Pani Mint Julep

Give a classic mint julep an Indian accent by using black Indian rock salt in a sweet-salty simple syrup. If you can't find it, use the same amount of regular rock salt or 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt.

Get the Recipe: Nimbu Pani Mint Julep

Dutch Timidity

Keep it simple with this four-ingredient citrusy cocktail from Justin Warner. Creme de violette gives it a pretty purplish hue.

Get the Recipe: Dutch Timidity

Lemon-Cucumber Cocktail

The bright lemony flavor and crisp cucumber slices perfectly complement gin's piney aroma in Sandra Lee's simple summer cocktail.

Get the Recipe: Lemon-Cucumber Cocktail

Sparkling Sangria

Cognac, lemon juice, white grape juice, sugar and fruit chill overnight to allow all of the sweet flavors of this sangria to develop. Right before serving, add a bottle of sparkling wine.

Get the Recipe: Sparkling Sangria


Traditionally, this Brazilian cocktail requires just three ingredients: sugar, lime and cachaca, or distilled sugarcane juice. Ingrid gives it her own twist by adding chunks of fresh orange, lemon and mint. 

Get the Recipe: Caipirinha

Fresh Strawberry Balsamic Basil Daiquiri

Ted's sophisticated daiquiri is not overly sweet, but if you are a fan of a sweet daiquiri, you can add a drizzle of simple syrup.

Get the Recipe: Fresh Strawberry Balsamic Basil Daiquiri

Gin Rummy Cocktail

Valerie’s boozy beverage is filled with rum, gin, brandy and orange juice. Don’t skip the grenadine, either — the syrup contributes both sweetness and color to the cocktail.

Get the Recipe: Gin Rummy Cocktail

Rosemary-Infused Lemonade

Marcela steeps rosemary in boiling water to give her agave-sweetened lemonade a refreshing twist.

Get the Recipe: Rosemary-Infused Lemonade

Spiked Sweet Tea

Lemon iced tea, summer's ultimate thirst quencher, gets a boozy makeover in this Spiked Sweet Tea recipe featuring Southern Comfort whiskey liqueur.

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Pisco Sour

The base of this frothy drink is Pisco, a traditional South American grape brandy that blends beautifully with lemon juice and bitters.

Get the Recipe: Pisco Sour

Hibiscus Tequila Cooler

Take the sweet, mellow flavor of hibiscus tea to a new level this summer by combining it with tequila and citrus juice for a refreshing cocktail with a surprising kick. 

Get the Recipe: Hibiscus Tequila Cooler

Rum Punch

Pineapple juice, orange juice and grenadine come together with a pinch of nutmeg in this rum punch, striking a perfect tangy balance. 

Get the Recipe: Rum Punch

Sidecars with Dried Cherries

Ina gives classic sidecars a summer makeover by trading the traditional orange peel garnish for a few skewered cherries. She also adds cherry juice to her cocktail shaker, which lends the drink a sweet edge.

Get the Recipe: Sidecars with Dried Cherries

Double Apple Mojito

Guy's fruit-focused spin on the classic mojito adds apple juice plus red and green apple slices to the minty refresher.

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Blackberry-Black Pepper Cocktail

Trisha balances out the sweetness of summer-ripe blackberries with a pinch of coarsely ground pepper in this refreshing cocktail.

Get the Recipe: Blackberry-Black Pepper Cocktail

Cider-Berry Moon Cocktail

Ayesha pairs hard cider and moonshine for a sweet, refreshing cocktail -- exactly what you want to be drinking on a hot summer’s night.

Get the Recipe: Cider-Berry Moon Cocktail

Rose Spritzer

This simple cocktail is perfect for a summer brunch; Italian lemon soda adds a subtle sweet-tart flavor to everyone’s favorite summer wine for a crisp, sparkling sip.

Get the Recipe: Rose Spritzer

The Cherry-Chipotle Cooler

This potent tequila cocktail packs a punch of heat thanks to chipotle puree in the mix and chipotle powder rimming the glasses.

Get the Recipe: The Cherry-Chipotle Cooler

Mai Tai

This iconic rum-based cocktail was invented by Victor Bergeron in the 1940s at his first Trader Vic’s restaurant, in Oakland, California. (Bergeron’s nickname was Trader Vic.) There are countless interpretations, many of them sugar bombs. We stayed true to the original to create a balanced Mai Tai that includes the key flavors of almond (in the form of orgeat syrup, an essential ingredient in many tiki cocktails), citrus and caramelized sugar.

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Copycat Pink Drink

This homemade version of the famous Pink Drink is quick and easy to make. Once the tea steeps and cools, the refreshing drink comes together in just about 5 minutes.

Get the Recipe: Copycat Pink Drink

Whipped Arnold Palmer

nspired by TikTok’s viral whipped lemonade – a summery beverage pushed to popularity with the help of user @goldenxclouds in 2020 – this version caps a fizzy spiked ice tea with a creamy lemonade topping. It plays up the flavors of the classic Arnold Palmer in a new way. Feel free to swap sweetened plain iced tea for the hard seltzer variety if you want a non-alcoholic version.

Get the Recipe: Whipped Arnold Palmer