There is not better time than Spring to master the craft of cocktails and become a cocktail connoisseur. Here are 5 Easy Refreshing Spring Cocktails that will make Spring just a little more delicious. These cocktails are the perfect brunch or dinner cocktail.
01. EMPRESS NEGRONI – The Colorful One of The Spring Cocktails
One of my favorite spring cocktails is this colorful cocktail by Empress 1908 Gin. The Empress 1908 Gin Negroni cocktail recipe is a colorful twist on the classic negroni. The cool natural blue color and the flavor of the 8 botanicals in it will make everyone think you’ve mastered the craft of cocktails. Click here for the Empress Negroni recipe.
02. BARTENURA WINE LEMONADE – The Easy One of The Spring Cocktails
“Wine is the answer. What’s the question?” The question is, what your favorite wine cocktail is? If you are craving a cocktail at home then you need to figure out how to prepare a cocktail that’s easy and refreshing, you are going to love the recipe for Bartenura Moscato lemonade.
03. GLENLIVET PUNCH – The Fun One of The Spring Cocktails
Glenlivet Punch is a stress-free cocktail recipe. It’s a classic recipe but this one skips the added sugar. It’s an easy recipe. If you’re looking for a little extra spice, definitely don’t skimp on the cinnamon sticks. Click here for the recipe.
04. JAMESON WHISKEY SOUR – The Soury One of The Spring Cocktails
Jameson Whiskey Sour is a great alternative to all the sweet cocktails normally served at dinner parties. It has a citrusy taste instead of sugar. Instead of garnishing it with the classic cherry, you can add my signature garnish: a rosebud or rosemary. Click here for the recipe.
05. EMPRESS MARTINI – The Classic one of Spring Cocktails
This cocktail by Empress 1908 Gin cocktail is regal, dry and fit for royalty. The Empress Martini is a spirit-forward, crisp classic bound to satisfy any cocktail connoisseur. Click here for the recipe.
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This blog post, 5 Easy Refreshing Spring Cocktails, was published on March 30, 2020, and updated on February 15, 2021.
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