Start here for the country-style lemonade you grew up with.
For an easy way to jazz up classic lemonade, stir in fresh gingerroot and ripe pear slices. Garnish with a sugar cane stalk for stirring.
Make over old-fashioned lemonade using fresh fruit and sparkling water. Our top picks? Watermelon wedges and fresh strawberries sweetened with agave.
Start here for our quick tutorial on the best lemonade. It's a cinch -- you'll never make lemonade the old way again!
Crushed lemon drops and sugar dress up your glass rims, margarita-style. Garnish each serving of the candylike lemonade with a fresh lemon slice.
Star-studded and beaming with berries, this coconut lemonade is a surefire winner. Use coconut syrup to give it island appeal.
Here's a great way to use fresh mint from your garden: Stir limeade and lime slices into lemonade (to taste), then garnish with mint leaves.
Ruby-red raspberries and pink lemonade concentrate marry in this icy-cold concoction. A splash of lemon-lime soda gives it bubbly appeal.
Rich in vitamin C, this poppy-orange drink features fresh carrots and sweet pineapple juice. Stir in lemon wedges for bright zip.
Tart rhubarb and fresh strawberries meet in this farmer's market-inspired lemonade. Stir in vanilla and sugar to sweeten things up.
A homemade chamomille-lavender syrup makes every sip of this peachy lemonade extra refreshing. Feeling adventurous? Try our basil, mint, and ginger variations.
Mint simple syrup and ripe honeydew melon create a lemonade so delicious, you'll have to pour yourself a second glass. Garnish with canteloupe and honeydew melon balls.
Spruce up your lemonade by stirring in dried lavender and fresh lavender leaves.
Bourbon pairs perfectly with muddled citrus in this grown-up twist on lemonade. The intricate flavors are reminiscent of summer fairs and festivals.
Hot day? Pour yourself a chilly glass of crisp raspberry goodness. Best of all, the party-perfect lemonade takes less than 20 minutes to make.
Two refreshing drinks combine in the perfect summer sipper. To make it, combine equal parts of lemonade, peach nectar, and iced tea. Garnish with fresh peach slices.
Fresh blackberries and sage leaves jazz up classic lemonade -- and it takes just seconds to stir together.
This sweet and simple lemonade is a snap to make, and it's brimming with full-fledged strawberry goodness.
Guava juice brings fresh flavor to classic lemonade. Garnish with a fresh papaya slice.
Cool down with a crisp glass of cucumber lemonade that you can make in less than 10 minutes. All you need is water, an English cucumber, and frozen lemonade concentrate.
Pureed watermelon, basil leaves, and lemon juice join in this energizing, 100-calorie sipper. Serve with watermelon wedges for garnish.
Lemonade is even more refreshing when you combine it with fresh honeydew puree (to taste). Garnish with sliced kiwifruit and honeydew.
The secret to this fantastic basil lemonade? Jalapeno. The crunchy pepper adds slight spiciness to this oh-so-sweet drink.
Savor the flavor of fresh watermelon -- in your glass. Puree the fruit and combine it with a pitcher of lemonade (to taste). Garnish with watermelon slices.
How to make classic lemonade: In a large pitcher stir together 3 cups cold water, 1 cup lemon juice, and 3/4 cup sugar until sugar is dissolved. Chill; serve over ice with garnishes.
Every last sip of this lip-smacking, four-ingredient lemonade cocktail is bursting with berry flavor. The homemade blackberry-rosemary syrup gives it dramatic color.
Shake up your lemonade cocktail with sprigs of mint and freshly squeezed lemon juice. The two make a zippy duo that welcomes a splash or two of vodka.
Turn plain lemonade into a pretty-in-pink cocktail with the help of pink lemonade, vodka, and zesty-cool limoncello. Serve on the rocks with fresh lemon peel for party flair.