These 5 Grilled Cocktails Will Make Your Summer I "Summertime’s signature drinks are all built around the freshest, juiciest fruits of the season. Think of everything from pineapple mai tais to citrusy lemonade. Now, take that fruit and grill it, and you’re rocking a whole new level of intensified flavor from the smoky, caramelized juices."
Watch out because everyone’s going rogue, creating mojito recipes in all kinds of rule-breaking variations. And we love it. Here are some of our favorite fresh takes on this classic summer cocktail.
Rhubarb Margarita I "So good! It has a light, summer taste to it. The fresher the rhubarb the better, but you can use frozen rhubarb also."
Mighty Melon Green Tea Smoothie I "This is an elegant drink with subtle flavor. Sort of an Arnold Palmer meets creamy smoothie."
Sangria Melon Chiller I "OMG! This is amazing!"
Bill's Famous Mai Tai | “It's a Hawaiian vacation in a glass. You can't help but feel on vacation as you sip this tropical rum-based concoction. Be careful-this drink has a kick!”
Instant Swiss Mocha Bliss | "A mixture of instant flavored coffee and instant hot cocoa that looks and tastes like it came from a cafe! Top with a dollop of whipped cream and a pinch of cinnamon!"
Pineapple Sunrise I " This is a great combination of flavors that goes perfectly with brunch. Lime and pineapple give the sweet carrot a very unique twist."
Tropical Grilled Chicken Breast I "Great flavor and amazing on the grill!"
Penny's Smoothie I "I really like the combination of fruits on this smoothie."
Strawberry Beer Margaritas I "Fruity and sweet, these go down way too easily, and they were a hit for my office's happy hour."
Strawberry Mojito I "OMG!! These were wonderful! I made them for a party and had to keep making pitchers of them because they were such a hit."
Grandmother's Peach Fuzz | "Fantastic! The peach skin gives it a unique texture"
Blackberry Mojito I ""We went blackberry picking and came back home with way too much of those awesome fruit. That is when I thought I could used some to make a nice cocktail. Hope you'll be enjoying as much as I did."
Mint-Cucumber Mojitos I ""This refreshing version of mint mojitos features a springtime kick of cucumber. We love these at special gatherings and summer barbecues. A pitcher of this can be made a few hours in advance--just add alcohol at serving time."
Cocojito (Frozen Mojito) I "Served these for book club and they went so fast! Super duper yummy on a hot summer day!"
Pineapple-Infused Vodka | "Lovely and simple recipe if you plan ahead (10 days)."
Watermelon and Strawberry Lemonade I "Wonderfully refreshing after my morning hike, didn't use sugar at all, put about a tablespoon of honey instead."
Moscow Mule Cocktail I "Very good balance of sweet, sour, spicy (and boozy)! Watch out though...they go down too easy!"
Screwdriver Cocktail I "This drink is really good, its easy to make and it tastes very smooth. I would strongly recommend trying it."
Mojitos by the Pitcher | "I have served this to people who have sworn that they dislike mojitos and they love it. I believe it is the fresh ingredients and the use of sugar, instead of simple syrup, muddled together that makes this cocktail refreshing and delicious. It takes a little bit of work but the results are well worth it. Serve over ice."
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This Refreshing Melon Water Was Made From Kitchen Scraps I "Try making this refreshing melon water drink the next time you’re slicing up honeydew or cantaloupe for breakfast. No blender needed."
Beachside Daiquiri I "Refreshing tiki flavors mingle in this delicious reinterpretation of the classic daiquiri."