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  • 18 Drink
  • Updated: Dec 2, 2015
  • Light rum, Triple sec, Banana, Lime juice, Sugar, Cherry
    The Banana Daiquiri is a frozen Daiquiri that's guaranteed to be a crowd favorite at your next summer party. While it has a reputation for being a bit girly, we dare any guy to take a sip and not want another.
  • Tequila, triple sec, lime juice, Grand Marnier, salt
    The Cadillac Margarita is more or less a standard Margarita, but it has an extra little float of Grand Marnier on top to class it up. The orange-flavored cognac liqueur blends beautifully with the other flavors.
  • Bourbon, Ginger beer, Lime juice
    The Kentucky Mule is a Southern twist on the Moscow Mule swaps the original vodka for bourbon. Like many other Moscow Mule variations, all it does is change the base spirit, and the rest of the recipe remains the same: ginger beer and lime juice in a snazzy copper mug. We recommend using a strong, spicy ginger beer, as it's really the star of the show, but …
  • Strawberry schnapps, Tequila, Triple sec, Lemon juice, Strawberries, Salt
    This beauty is made with both strawberry schnapps and fresh, muddled strawberries for a double-dose of fruity goodness. It's also ridiculously easy to make, which is always a plus.
  • Strawberries, Mint, Lime, Creme de Fraise des Bois, Rum, Soda water
    The Strawberry Mojito is a slight variation on the classic Mojito, but with a little more fruit-forward sweetness to balance out the citrus. The addition of Crème de Fraise des Bois (or any other strawberry liqueur, really) gives an extra boost to the muddled fresh strawberries, which are delicious in combination with the mint and lime. This is a great cockt…
  • Fresh watermelon, lime juice, tequila, triple sec, sugar
    This has got to be one of our favorite Margaritas. Made with fresh, blended watermelon (no artificially-flavored syrups here), it’s a refreshing summertime crowd-pleaser. Before you get started, note that this recipe SERVES THREE.
  • gin, lime juice, mint, ginger beer
    Also known as the London Mule, the Gin Gin Mule is a nice little twist on the Moscow Mule that, well, uses gin instead of vodka. Gin and ginger beer have a long history as favorites in the UK, so it was only natural that they'd eventually end up together in this delicious variation.
  • Cruzan mango rum, club soda, mint, lime
    The Mango Mojito is a popular variation on the Mojito. You'll find this recipe being used in parts of Palm Beach County, Florida and Crested Butte, Colorado. If the standard Mojito wasn’t enough to get you in a tropical state of mind, this fruity twist will definitely do the trick.
  • Light rum, Lime juice, Strawberries, Simple syrup
    The Strawberry Daiquiri is a variety of frozen Daiquiri, and when done right it can be a seriously delicious summertime treat. No need to use artificial flavorings, just fresh lime juice and strawberries will do the trick.
  • Brandy, triple sec, orange juice, lime juice, agave nectar, salt
    This is a really fun, brandy-based Margarita variation that's sure to be a crowd-pleaser. The combination of lime and orange juice, as well as some agave nectar to give it that south-of-the-border feel, is seriously delicious.
  • Coconut Rum, Mint
    "This coconut mojito is made with fresh mint, lime and coconut rum. It's the type of drink that makes you feel like you are on the beach while sipping away." - Nutmeg Nanny
  • Tequila, Triple Sec, Lime Juice, Raspberry Açaí Juice
    Super foods might be a bit of a fad, but at least açaí berries are pretty delicious regardless. Combined with raspberries and a healthy dose of tequila, this makes for a fruity and great-looking drink. Tropicana makes a raspberry açaí juice you can use, but it’s better if you make your own from fresh berries.
  • Tequila, citrus, agave, siracha, cilantro
    This drink is a kitschy kick in the palate. Mitch Harris (founder, owner, celebrity mixologist, all around cool guy) decided Margaritas had gotten way too processed and way too sweet. So, he applied his farm to bar, fresh craft concept to the overdone, oversweet margarita-and this awesomeness arose.
  • Tequila, Ginger Beer, Lime
    A slight variation on the Moscow Mule, this drink (sometimes known in cruder circles as the Donkey Show) offers a great pairing between the tequila and the ginger beer. Perfect for hot days with the expectation of hotter nights.
  • Rum, Mint-Infused Simple Syrup, Lime Juice, Lemon Juice, Orange Bitters, Pineapple Chunks
    Bevvy's official entry for the 2015 Tales of the Cocktail Frozen Daiquiri Competition! Inspired by the story of Minthe from Greek mythology, and perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day.
  • White rum, Lime juice, Grapefruit juice, Maraschino liqueur
    While the basic Daiquiri might be more classic, the Hemingway Daiquiri is certainly more storied. Apparently, this is the recipe Papa used to order when he was in Cuba, and it was invented specifically at his request. It forgoes the sugar of the original (as Hemingway was diabetic), and sets itself apart with grapefruit juice and maraschino liqueur.
  • vodka, ginger beer, lemon juice, elderflower syrup, lavender syrup
    This is a snazzy little Moscow Mule variation from It involves making lavender syrup (worth it), the recipe for which is below: 0.5 cup sugar 1 cup water 2 tablespoons dried culinary lavender Combine the sugar and dried food-grade lavender in a heat-proof bowl. Pour boiling water over the sugar and lavender, and stir for a few seconds until t…
  • vodka, ginger beer, lime juice, jalapeno pepper, orange liqueur
    This Moscow Mule variation from definitely has some kick, and not just from the vodka. Jalapeño peppers spice this cocktail up and make it a deliciously zippy drink. While it looks like a summertime tipple, the combination of hot peppers and ginger might just make it perfect for warming up in the dead of winter, too.

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