16 Fruity Alcoholic Drinks Ready for Tiny Umbrellas

 

Get a buzz with fruity, sugary-sweet cocktails — classic pina coladas, spiked sun teas and more.

 

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Tequila Lemonade

Tequila, lemon and peppermint are just made for each other. Top off your drink with a hint of vanilla and a cocktail umbrella, and it’s paradise.

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Blueberry-Ginger Mojito Pitchers

Tyler Florence's refreshing blueberry mojitos are perfect when you need to keep the drinks flowing at a party.

Get the Recipe: Blueberry Ginger Mojito Pitchers

Pina Colada

Here's one for if you like getting caught in the rain — or if you just love the tropical taste of coconut, pineapple and rum cocktails.

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Raspberry Cosmo

Feel even more sophisticated with a Cosmo by stirring in a hint of raspberry liqueur and a garnish of fresh berries.

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Icebreaker Mojitos

Watermelon and pineapple cubes are crushed with muddled mint and drowned in pineapple juice and a dash of simple syrup. It’s summertime in a Collins glass.

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Sunrise Mimosa

Sunrise is the best time for a mimosa anyway — especially one served with a ripe mango and pomegranate liqueur.

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Rum Punch

Jamaicans have a ditty for this recipe that makes it very easy to remember: one of sour, two of sweet, three of strong and four of weak. So one part fresh lime juice, two parts sweetened syrup, three parts rum and four parts water promise a perfect punch!

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White Sangria

Citrusy, sweet and bubbly, this light cocktail is a lovely twist on a Spanish staple — not to mention perfect for summertime brunch.

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Spiked Fruit Sun Teas

Nothing says summer like iced tea, fruit flavors and cocktails. Try them all and decide on your favorite combination: mango-lime, blackberry-lime, watermelon-basil, cantaloupe-melon or raspberry-orange-almond.

Get the Recipe: Spiked Fruit Sun Teas

Sex on the Beach

When melon liqueur, peach schnapps and vodka meet pineapple and cranberry juice, you get a cocktail that’s so much more than just a funny name.

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Mojito Slushy

Double down on refreshment with mint leaves, light rum and lime juice blended into a boozy treat.

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Blackberry, Cucumber, Ginger Spritzer

The prep time is worth it for these fruity, delectable summer cocktails. Refreshing from the berries and cucumbers, but offering a slight ginger kick, these definitely aren’t your grandma’s spritzers!

Get the Recipe: Blackberry, Cucumber, Ginger Spritzer

Prickly Pear Margaritas

This cocktail pairs tequila with the sweet cactus cousin prickly pear. Be sure to coat the rim with pink salt for an all-around, dreamy light-pink look.

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Strawberry Lemonade Bourbon Cocktail

The natural honey-sweetness of bourbon is enhanced with strawberry and lemonade in this adult spin on a summer favorite.

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Watermelon Martinis

Neither shaken nor stirred, these martinis are blended with watermelon, lemon juice and melon liqueur for a refreshing vodka cocktail.

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Charred Orange Margarita

Give margaritas a marmalade blush with a navel orange, grilled to release its natural sweetness.

Get the Recipe: Charred Orange Margarita