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Regardless if your dad, grandpa, or another significant fatherly figure first became a proud papa at the turn of the century or in 2013, there's a drink for each and every one of them.

Whether the macho men in our lives prefer an ice-cold Stella Artois Cider or a nice aged Scotch, we gladly toast to the genuine guys who taught us to how throw a baseball, gracefully walked us down the aisle, and/or gave his best advice (which perhaps we should drink for following…).

So we've compiled a plethora of picks for the male parent who helped us grow to our present selves. Thanks pops!

The 1940s — Herradura Sunshine Punch
After a rough stock market crash in 1929 — and the following decade dealing with the Great Depression — everyone could have used a little bit more sunshine, and Herradura Sunshine Punch, in their lives. Perhaps grandpa survived these harsh and trying times — to which he deceives a glass, or two… hey, the recipe makes 20 servings!

The1950s — Gentleman's Delight
In honor of 1953's Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Marilyn Monroe proclaimed "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend." The Gentleman's Delight (created by San Francisco mixologist Duggan McDonnell) isn't as pricey, but it will put a similar smile on Dad's face.

The 1960s — Spring Thyme
With so many music festivals, peace, love, and spring were always in the air. If pops prefers popping open a Mike's Hard Lemonade Shandy, we'll admire his counterculture and experimental attitude. If he's feeling really groovy, and a bit more earthy, we'll positively suggest this festive concoction by Quinn Stephenson of Coyote Café, The Den and Geronimo.

The 1970s — The Godfather
To our own godfathers — and the family men who starred in the 1972 film — we toast. Quoting Michael (Al Pacino), "Go ahead. Drink. Drink."

The1980s — The Big Apple Cocktail
Perfect for a New York City dad — or to celebrate the launch of Macintosh computers in 1984 — The Liquid Chef Junior Merino has developed a way for daddy to transport back to yesteryear of MTV, a decade of hair bands and early Madonna (no Delorean required).

The1990s — The Golfing Buddy
Before Adam Sandler became a father, his 1996 golf comedy Happy Gilmore had Dad in stitches. That same year, Tiger Woods went pro and suddenly our old man took a liking to golf clubs and putting greens. We took a liking to the golf cart.

The 2000s — Sunny Weather (Beltempo)
Dad may have not understood our obsession loudly blasting Rihanna's "Umbrella" on repeat in 2007, but it likely made him hope for sunnier skies and a cocktail. PS: You can [still] stand under my umbrella, ella ella, ay ay ay.

The Present Day — Warm Fuzzy
Ultimately, Father's Day is about celebrating the guys that make us feel protected and loved. Our courageous caretakers tend to make us feel warm and fuzzy, so lastly, we list the Santa Fe Hotel St. Francis cocktail to show Dad how we feel (in addition to tipsy, after this long list of liquor-filled recipes).


What Cocktail You Should Drink Based On Your Star Sign

There's nothing better than a well-made cocktail - whether you're into gin cocktails, rum cocktails or cocktails made with vodka - there's a delicious drink for everyone. But did you know that certain cocktails are best suited to certain star signs. It's written in the stars, don't you know?!

We got NIO's mixologist, Patrick Pistolesi, to tell us which cocktail recipes we should be rustling up based on our star signs.

But, do you think he got it right? Are you a Taurus who goes mad for a Manhattan or a Pisces who's partial to a Mint Julep?

Aries love to be number one so it&rsquos only fitting their cocktail pairing is an Old Fashioned - the most popular cocktail in the world. The boldness of bourbon, bitters and sugar is the perfect complement an Aries' competitive and outspoken personality, while the citrus pairs well with their impulsive, energetic side.

Being an earth sign, Taureans suit a spirit with a musky undertone like the whiskey-based Manhattan. This star sign enjoys the finer things in life and likes to savour every sip and every moment. Mixed with sweet vermouth and bitters, this classic drink is easy on the eyes and goes down smoothly. Not only a perfect pairing for a Taurus but enjoyed by many around the world.

With a twin-personality, a Gemini can never make up their mind so why should they have to decide when it comes to a cocktail? The classic Margarita has the salty rim of the glass, the sweetness of the agave, the bitterness of the tequila and the sourness of the lime. Something to please everyone.

Being a water sign, it makes sense that Cancers are best suited to a classic Mojito. Jam-packed with ice and originating from Cuba, an island country where the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean meet. Cancers are highly intuitive and spiritual so would enjoy the fresh mint - a herb that has biblical references and healing properties. The white rum, sugar, lime and soda water also give this cocktail a refreshing edge.

Leo is a flashy sign, so they&rsquore always going to go for a more extravagant cocktail like an Espresso Martini. The espresso shot and coffee liqueur reflect this star sign&rsquos high energy, while the vodka-based martini screams confidence. After a few sips of this rich cocktail, there&rsquos no way a Leo won&rsquot be the life and soul of the party like they were born to be!

Virgo is an earth sign historically represented by the goddess of wheat and agriculture. Simple, straightforward and no-nonsense, a Virgo&rsquos cocktail pairing is a classic gin and tonic. Premium gins are usually distilled from mixtures of wheat, rye and barley, and flavoured with juniper berries - an aromatic ingredient strengthening a Virgo's connection to the land.

Libra is an air sign represented by scales making them obsessed with symmetry. The stars have aligned to pair a Libra with a light and bubbly spritz - a perfectly balanced cocktail with equal parts Aperol, Prosecco, soda water and garnished with a slice of orange. An Aperol Spritz not only looks appealing but tastes great.

Known for their passion and power, a Bloody Mary&rsquos strong ingredients can truly capture the essence of this mysterious star sign. Mixed with vodka, lemon juice, tomato juice, salt and pepper - this drink is bold in its colouring while the tabasco gives it an extra kick, much like the fierce streak which lies within the Scorpio.

Represented by an archer, Sagittarians are always chasing adventure. This sign star would pair well with a Negroni, which originated from the historically significant city of Florence, Italy. Legend says that Count Camillo Negroni asked his bartender friend to strengthen his favourite cocktail - the Americano - by replacing the soda water with gin. A drink that was created by risk-taking, which is a key trait of this star sign.

Like Virgos, Capricorns are very straightforward. You always know what you&rsquore going to get with this star sign - they&rsquore transparent and straight to the point, just like a Martini mixed with vodka and dry vermouth. They are also hard workers so they&rsquoll enjoy something a little stronger to help them unwind. The only question left is dry or dirty?

Aquarius is the last air sign of the Zodiac and people born under this star sign tend to be a little eccentric and free-spirited. Accordingly, they pair well with a Caipirinha: a light, zesty yet punchy cocktail. Made with cachaça, which is similar to rum but instead of being distilled from molasses - a byproduct of sugarcane processing - it&rsquos distilled from the fermented juice of sugar cane. Mixed with sugar and lime, it has a distinct sweet and sour element like Aquarians who can be sweet but also have a stubborn steak.

Being the last constellation of the Zodiac, Pisces are very wise having learned all the lessons from the other star signs. Many people may not know this, but the Mint Julep - which is made up of muddle mint leaves, sugar, ice, seltzer and bourbon - was originally prescribed as a cure for particularly nasty stomach aches. It later became popular due to its refreshing taste. Despite its somewhat questionable healing properties, a Mint Julep is a Pisces&rsquo cocktail match made in the stars.


14 Mezcal Cocktails for a Satisfyingly Smoky Sip

From edgy twists on the margarita to bold old fashioneds, mezcal is just what you need to shake up your cocktail routine.

Don't get us wrong, we love a classic tequila cocktails, but after a season full of delectable margaritas and palomas, sometimes we find ourselves itching to branch out to tequila's smokier cousin, mezcal. From bold, spirits-forward takes on traditional Manhattans and Old Fashioneds to adventurous twists on citrus sips, these are some of our favorite ways to add some mezcal to our cocktail rotation this season.

Ingredients

1.25 oz Montelobos Mezcal
.75 oz Ancho Reyes Verde
.75 oz strong green tea
1 oz fresh lime juice
5 mint leaves
Simple syrup to taste

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a shaker over ice. Shake and serve, garnished with a mint sprig and lime wheel.

Ingredients

1.5 oz Sombra Mezcal
1 oz grapefruit juice
.5 oz lime juice
.5 oz rosemary simple syrup*
Salt (if desired)

Instructions

Combine Sombra, grapefruit juice, lime juice, and rosemary syrup in a shaker with ice, and shake vigorously. Salt the rim of a rocks glass. Strain cocktail over ice in rocks glass. Garnish with grapefruit wedge and rosemary sprig.

*Rosemary simple syrup: Combine equal parts sugar and water in a sauce pan. Add two sprigs of rosemary and simmer until sugar has dissolved. Allow to chill.

Ingredients

1 oz Cointreau
2 oz mezcal
1 oz fresh lime juice
1 oz mango juice

Instructions

Add all ingredients to a shake along with 1-2 grinds of black pepper. Add ice and shake. Fine strain over ice into a salted rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel and/or pineapple frond.

Ingredients

2 oz Doña Vega Espadín Mezcal
1 oz sweet vermouth
3 dashes Angostura Bitters

Instructions

Mix all ingredients in a shaker and add ice. Stir for 15 rotations and strain into desired glass. Can be served 'up' or on 'the rocks.' Garnish with a charred orange peel, maraschino cherry, or a brandy cherry.

Ingredients

2 oz Avion Blanco
.5 oz Buenbicho Mezcal
.75 oz lime juice
.5 oz agave nectar

Instructions

Combine all ingredients over ice, shake, and strain over fresh ice in rocks glass that has been rimmed with salt.

By Percy Rodriguez of the Vine in New York City

Ingredients

1 oz Casamigos Mezcal
.75 oz Casamigos Blanco Tequila
.75 oz Ancho Reyes
1 oz lime juice
.5 oz agave nectar

Instructions

Combine all ingredients into tin shaker. Add ice. Shake vigorously for 8-10 seconds. Fine strain into coupe glass. Garnish with lime wheel through skewer.

Ingredients

2 oz Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur
.75 oz mezcal
1.25 oz pink grapefruit juice

Instructions

Stir all ingredients in a highball glass with ice, top with tonic water. Garnish with a half pink salt rim and a pink grapefruit slice.

Ingredients

.75 oz Peloton de la Muerte Mezcal
.75 oz Johnnie Walker Black
1 oz simple syrup
.5 oz fresh lemon juice
.5 oz fresh lime juice
.5 oz Malbec

Instructions

Combine all ingredients except the Malbec in a shaker with ice. Shake. Double strain over fresh ice in a Brandy Snifter. Float Malbec.

Courtesy of Añejo in New York City

Ingredients

Salt, pinch
1 oz lime juice
.75 oz Chai Syrup*
1.25 oz Banhez Mezcal
.75 oz Libelula Joven Tequila (or silver tequila of choice)
2 whole star anise for garnish

Instructions

Add all measured ingredients. Fill shaker with ice. Shake very well. Fill rocks glass with ice and strain into glass. Garnish with anise to serve.

*Chai syrup: Combine 1 quart water, 1 Tbsp whole allspice berries, .5 Tbsp whole cloves, 8 whole star anise, 3 inches fresh ginger rough chopped, 1 Tbsp whole black peppercorns, .5 Tbsp whole cardamom, 8 cinnamon sticks, and .5 Tbsp vanilla extract in a pot and boil. Then allow to simmer for 20 minutes, remove from heat, add 6 black tea bags and steep for 15 minutes. Add .75 quart sugar. Can refrigerate for up to 6 weeks.

By Gretchen Thomas of Bartaco restaurants

Ingredients

1.5 oz Doña Vega Espadín
.5 oz fresh pineapple juice
.75 oz lemon juice
.75 oz agave
1 egg white

Instructions

Reverse dry shake (shake with ice) and strain ice from the tin. Dry shake and pour into coupe. Garnish with crushed peppercorn on the froth.

Ingredients

2 oz mezcal
.25 oz simple syrup
2-3 dashes Angostura bitters

Instructions

Stir together all ingredients in a rocks glass with a large ice cube until well chilled.

Ingredients

2 oz Casamigos Mezcal
1 oz Fresh Lime Juice
.75 oz Agave Nectar
2 Dashes Orange Bitters

Instructions

Combine all ingredients into tin shaker. Add ice. Shake well. Strain into rocks glass. Add fresh ice. Garnish with a flamed orange peel.

Ingredients

1.5 oz Ojo de Tigre Mezcal
1.5 oz pineapple juice
2 oz ginger beer

Instructions

Build all ingredients over ice in a highball or rocks glass. Garnish with a pineapple slice.

Ingredients

2 oz Lobos 1707 Mezcal
.5 oz lime juice
6 oz ginger beer
Slice of lime


Watermelon Cucumber Cooler

One of the best flavor pairings for fresh melon of any variety is ​the cucumber. They're two ingredients that celebrate the fresh produce of summer and they could even come out of your own garden.

To show off the perfection of this pairing, mix up the watermelon cucumber cooler. Its base is the floral Aviation American Gin, it uses only the freshest fruits, and it's finished off with sparkling soda. It's perfect for an afternoon on the patio.


Grinch

Go green with this cocktail named for Dr. Seuss' classic holiday character. The Grinch is a simple Midori sour and, because each of the ingredients should already be in your bar, it is perfect for last-minute entertaining. The red garnish symbolizes the good heart that lies inside every Grinch and the melon-flavored drink is sure to put a smile on everyone's face.


Sweet Mixed Drinks for a Sweet Tooth

Some ladies have a sweet tooth. For those that do, you have plenty of cocktail options to enjoy.

Amaretto Cocktails

With flavors of almond and a sweet twist, cocktails made from Amaretto are bittersweet, making them delicious, complex, and perfect for girls' night. Try ten different amaretto cocktails for the perfect bittersweet girly drink.

Sweet and Spicy Mixed Drinks

If you're a little bit spicy and a little bit sweet, you may want your drinks to be the same. There are plenty of sweet and spicy cocktails you can order.

  • Try cocktails made with Fireball whiskey for some to showcase your fiery side.
  • Mint cocktails tend to have sweetness and spice. Get dressed to the nines, put on your Kentucky Derby hat, and order a traditional Mint Julep, or enjoy a classic mojito with mint, rum, lime, and simple syrup.
  • If fiery ginger is more your style, then enjoy a ginger beer cocktail such as a classic mule.

Sweet Alcoholic Winter Warmer Cocktails

For a girls' ski weekend or just hitting the clubs on a chilly evening, you can't go wrong with sweet winter warmers that make a girl glow inside and out.

  • Hot buttered rum is a delicious warming cocktail that's the classic winter beverage.
  • You can also enjoy a shot of peppermint schnapps in an 8-ounce mug of hot chocolate. Top it with whipped cream and sprinkles, and you're sure to feel cozy and warm.

Jell-O Shots

What makes a jell-o shot a perfect girly drink? It's colorful, sweet, fruity, and fun. Whether you make them yourself or are lucky enough to find a club that serves them, jell-o shots are great fun for girls' night in or out.


A Better Way to Drink

At Crafted Taste you'll find mixing and drinking a lot more fun. Explore our wide range of unique cocktail kits you love and some you've never heard of.

Whether it's you favorite cocktail or one you've never heard of, you're going to love these drinks!

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Whether it's you favorite cocktail or one you've never heard of, you're going to love these drinks!

Corporate Gifting

Show your clients and colleagues you really care with a customized box with your company logo!

Keep the drinks flowing. Get unique cocktail boxes delivered to your door every month.


60+ Best Summer Drinks to Keep You Refreshed After a Hot Day

Keep your pitchers filled with these treats, from sweet lemonade to spicy margaritas.

When you're spending a Saturday by the backyard (inflatable) pool, cooking up a family barbecue, or just relaxing in the hammock after mowing the lawn, you need a cool drink in hand to complete the moment, whether it's a refreshing cocktail or simply a batch of ice-cold lemonade or tea. But that drink doesn't have to be boring, which is why we've put together this list of our favorite easy, elevated summer drinks.

Whether you're looking to make a quick cocktail for one or a big pitcher of frozen drinks to share, these alcoholic and non-alcoholic recipes will be the perfect addition to any lazy weekend afternoon. There are plenty of options for every taste, depending on what you're looking for, from sweet, fruity drinks ideal for cooling off after a hot day, to stiff, bourbon-based drinks that pair well with a backyard barbecue.

If you're whipping up some picnic recipes, there are a few big-batch drinks you can bring to dole out to your guests. Try the Sweet Tea Sangria or the Rosé Dogwood Punch that will travel well and taste delicious shared with friends. Or, if you're coming up with some summer dinner ideas for enjoying a weeknight meal with your family on your back porch, you can make several recipes kid-friendly, such as the Basil Lemonade, the Strawberry Punch, or the Mango Sunrise Piña Colada. Just give these a peruse, and stock up on supplies, and you'll be all set.

This twist on a sour works especially well with smoky mezcal. For the very freshest mint, try growing your own. (It's easier than you think!)

Another great way to use mint, this sweet herbal sipper can be left virgin -- or add an ounce of bourbon for a cool take on a hot toddy.

Named after F. Scott Fitzgerald's golden girl, this elegant drink doesn't need lavish parties. It'll make itself at home anywhere.

This deliciously refreshing combo couldn't be easier to make&mdashor to drink, so go slowly!

We're pretty sure it's just not summer unless there's a big ol' pitcher of lemonade in the fridge. But you don't have to just stick with lemons! Here, we've got seven different elegant combinations in addition to the classic, including blueberry thyme, jalapeño, and lavender rosemary.

This sweetly refreshing berry punch is kid-friendly, from the star-shaped fruit, to the non-alcoholic base. You can also adult it up with a little rum or vodka.

Shake up two simple ingredients and garnish with a sprig of mint for a refreshing summer sipper.

This beautiful pitcher drink couldn't be easier to make. And the bright flavor gives spiked lemonade a run for its money.

Fresh berries and garden basil are a winning combo, but you can give this backyard staple a boozy twist with some gin or vodka as well.

Ideal for a summer picnic, this fruity, lemony punch is just what you'll want on a scorching summer day.

Whether for a 4th of July celebration or just an outdoor party, a pitcher of this sparkling drink will fit any occasion this summer.

Blackberry jam gives this light summer sip a sweet kick, especially against the gin base.

This tangy drink is made with homemade jalapeño-infused tequila, making it the sweet-and-spicy concoction of your dreams.

This spiked sweet tea features peaches raspberries and a big splash of white wine!

This Southern staple never goes out of style and always tastes refreshing.

Transform your favorite Southern soda into a boozy treat with a splash of bourbon whiskey.

When you ever say no to a daiquiri?

Add a splash of rum to reveal this sunny refresher's after-dark potential.

Some of your favorite fall flavors make a comeback in this refreshing sangria.

Bryan Dayton, beverage director at Oak at Fourteenth in Boulder, Colorado, spruces up the classic Gin Rickey by adding fresh summer raspberries.

Just in time for the Kentucky Derby, chef Edward Lee rouses the state's classic cocktail with a homemade jalapeño simple syrup.

Stay refreshed and cool all summer long with this delicious strawberry and blueberry sangria. Perfect for sitting on the porch or your next summer BBQ.

This pitcher-style party drink is likely to be the most colorful drink you'll have this summer!

This light, fresh cocktail is filled with sweet berries, peaches, and just enough bubbly to feel festive.

This drink skips sugary triple sec, instead gaining its flavor from fresh lime juice, agave syrup, orange zest, and mint&mdashfor a savings of 80 calories per cocktail.

This cocktail recipe comes from Joe Campanale, beverage director and co-owner of dell'Anima in New York City.

This spritzer combines the tastes of the cooler season with the refreshing fizz of warmer weather drinks.

Fresh, sweet strawberries and fragrant basil make this simple cocktail taste like summertime in a glass.

Alabama chef David Bancroft devised Bellini Moonshiners&mdasha high-low mix of fancy Champagne and Lincoln County Lightning Whiskey. Fresh peaches and basil add a taste of summer.

This light and refreshing white wine-based cocktail gets a subtle sweetness from elderflower liqueur. It's easy to mix up the base ahead of time and quickly serve as guests arrive.

Roasted beets add a distinctive earthy quality to the classic Bloody Mary.

You can easily make this fizzy lemonade for non-drinkers by just skipping the vodka while keeping the unique infusion of basil.

Get the recipe at Unusually Lovely.

Transport yourself to a tropical getaway with this frozen coconut pineapple treat.

Get the recipe at The Sweetest Occasion.

You can make this sweet sip in just a few steps, using fresh raspberries and lemon juice.

Get the recipe at Purely Katie.

Don't be fooled by the pretty layers&mdashthis vodka and lemonade concoction packs a strong punch!

Get the recipe at Delish.

Sweet meets salty with this vodka, gin, and grapefruit concoction&mdashmade all the more satisfying in frozen form.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

It doesn't take much to give your go-to G&T the summer treatment&mdashjust a few fresh blackberries and cucumber slices.

Get the recipe at The Wooden Skillet.

Cool down and booze up with this frozen concoction that tastes great all year.

Get the recipe at Delish.

With just four fresh ingredients and an unbeatably light taste, expect every round to be gone faster than you can say, "Who needs refills?"

Get the recipe at Sugar and Charm.

It's not summer without at least one round of daiquiris, so quench your thirst with this delightful frozen cocktail.

Get the recipe at Jelly Toast.

Lazy porch nights practically demand a spiked Arnold Palmer in hand, especially when bourbon and peach liqueur get involved.

Get the recipe at Kleinworth and Co.

There are spicy margs, and then there's this sweet, summer-friendly rendition that you'll want to sip all season.

Get the recipe at Domesticate Me.

One taste of this fruity summer cocktail and you'll be transported to a beach somewhere far, far away.

Get the recipe at The Sweetest Occasion.

Have your drink and eat it too. Let a booze-infused popsicle soak in your sparkling wine while you sip, then enjoy the adult-friendly treat once your glass is empty.

Get the recipe at Ready to Yumble.

It wouldn't be a summer cocktail list without mention of rosé or lemonade, so why not combine the seasonal staples into one delicious drink?

Get the recipe at Spices in My DNA.

Cucumber vodka, watermelon, and limes meet to create what will quickly become one of your favorite poolside drinks.

Get the recipe at Creative Culinary.

What do you get when you mix tea with white wine and fruit? A must-have summer cocktail.

Get the recipe at The Wicked Noodle.

This drink will take your taste buds on a trip to the tropics.

Get the recipe at Crazy for Crust.

All you need is five minutes to whip up this refreshing citrus drink.

Get the recipe at Damn Delicious.

Use fresh fruit to make this delicious twist on sangria.

Get the recipe at What the Fork.

Cool off with a cocktail so good, it's been pinned over 50,000 times.

Get the recipe at Baking Beauty.

This cocktail is as refreshing as it is pretty.

Get the recipe at The Chunky Chef.

Mix everything ahead of time but wait until serving time to add the chilled Prosecco.

Get the recipe at Take Two Tapas.

Fresh cherries, vanilla extract, and bourbon&mdashyum!

Get the recipe at Sweet Peas and Saffron.

Spruce up a basic Moscow Mule recipe with peach-flavored vodka&mdashand don't forget the fresh basil garnish!


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Ingredients: Fresh white peach purée, prosecco

Why it's iconic: This sweet cocktail only contains two ingredients: peach and prosecco. The Bellini was created by the founder of Harry's Bar in Venice, Giuseppe Cipriani in 1948. Originally a seasonal drink, this cocktail soon became prevalent on bar menus year-round. However, it's probably best to order this drink when white peaches are in season for optimal flavor, which is the summer!


19 Refreshing Frozen Drinks to Cool You Down This Summer

Picture this: It's a hot day, and you've just finished gardening. Now it's time to relax on your porch or by your pool. You're looking for something cool and refreshing to drink. You could reach for a beer or a summer cocktail, but maybe you want to kick things up a notch. After all, you worked hard! You want a drink that's really cold and is a real treat. Maybe something that even deserves a beachy caption on Instagram, even if you're in your own backyard!

In short, you want a frozen cocktail. Whether we're talking daiquiri, margarita, or something altogether more interesting, frozen cocktails are just a little looser, more relaxed, and less buttoned-up than their on-the-rocks brethren. But don't let the crushed ice and fancy garnishes fool you: You don't need to be sitting in front of a professional bartender (or be one) to have a great drink&mdashand you don't need to buy a lot of pre-made drink mixers either.

Most of the time, a good frozen drink requires only four things: alcohol, ice, fresh citrus juice, and a sweetener. Oh, and a good-quality blender doesn't hurt either. Once you've secured all that, these dozen-and-a-half delicious drinks will cause the garden headaches to fade and have you feeling like you're lounging in a beach-side cabana in minutes. Bonus: They're as easy to make as they are delicious.



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