Make These Cocktails, Pretend You're On Vacation

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You don't have to leave your living room to take a tropical beach vacation. These warm-weather drinks are the next best thing. So grab some shades, kick back, and relax. You're on (pretend) vacation!

Strawberry Sangria

There are eight (yes, eight) cups of strawberries in this sweet sangria. 

 

Watermelon Margaritas

Sip on. Frozen chunks of watermelon keep this cocktail cool without watering it down. Plus, they look pretty. 

 

Coconut Cream Island Punch

It even looks tropical. Wait until you taste it!

Give your party some punch with these summer cocktails, full of tropical flavor and bright colors!

Tropical Cocktails Trio

Ice cold and fruity, these cocktails will please any tastebuds in need of a getaway. Three tropical drink recipes are exactly what you need to enjoy a sweet summer evening.

Ginger Beer Shandy Floats

The only thing better than beer is beer with ice cream in it. 

Blue Margarita

All that's missing is a trashy beach read. 

Brown Derby Cocktail

Don't be fooled by the fresh grapefruit juice and honey --this cocktail packs a big punch of bourbon.

Cucumber Watermelon Sangria

Like the best spa water you've ever tasted. 

Summer Fruit Daiquiri

The token fruity drink with an umbrella in it. 

The Porcupine

This sweet drink is filled with fizz thanks to pale ale and sparkling wine. 

Jalapeno-Cucumber Margarita

The weather isn't the only thing that's hot. 

Watermelon-Basil Daiquiri

The next best thing to a beach blanket and shades. 

Quick Horchata Cocktail

Never heard of horchata? Let us introduce you to this dreamy blend of rice milk, cinnamon, lime, and rum. 

Classic Margaritas

Behold: The ultimate all-you-can-drink margarita. Because you're on pretend vacation. 

Bourbon Mint Iced Tea

Like Southern sweet tea but with a kick. 

Pineapple Mocktail Margarita

Beach time doesn't have to mean booze time. Try this sweet and cinnamony pineapple mocktail.

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