A mojito is traditionally made with white rum, muddled mint and lime juice, and seltzer.
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These nonalcoholic cocktails of seltzer and peach purée are a perfect use for great in-season peaches, with their syrupy juice and jasmine-like aroma.
If my son ever decides to have a lemonade stand, I’d like to think I’d have some influence over his product.
A splash of club soda adds a dry, bubbly note to this summery drink, which was created by Kim Haasarud, the author of 101 Sangrias and Pitcher Drinks.
An ice cream float made with beer may not be a new idea to craft beer fans and brew pub regulars, but it’s too good not to go mainstream.
Strawberries are part of the rose family, so just a hint of rosewater is a natural addition to this bright, refreshing slushie.
Made with St-Germain, an elderflower liqueur, this summery drink is sweet, with a light effervescence.
Aperol, a bittersweet, orangy Italian liqueur similar to Campari, helps balance the sweetness of the strawberries, cantaloupe, and honey in this deep-red sangria, which was created by Kathy Casey of Kathy Casey Liquid Kitchen in Seattle.
This drink is a specialty of James Meehan of PDT (Please Don't Tell) in New York City.
This ruby-red classic Italian cocktail is pleasantly bitter with a hint of sweetness from the vermouth.
This spiked white sangria is one of several served at El Real Tex-Mex Café in Houston.
Margaritas are often made with an orange liqueur like Cointreau, which can make them very sweet.
Created by Wayne Collins and Naren Young, this drink is a minty, herbaceous version of a gin and tonic made with celery bitters.
The martini is the great-grandfather of all stirred cocktails.
Sometimes it’s helpful to think of a garnish in an uncommon way.
Unlike so many classic cocktails, there is no dispute over who invented the Bellini.
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