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17 Easy DIY Summer Cocktails

It's time to up your mixed-drink game.
17 Easy DIY Summer Cocktails

Summer is fast approaching, and it's time to prepare for patio drinks, barbecues, beach days, house parties and so much more. What better way than brushing up on your mixology? Wow your friends (and get them hammered) with these delicious summer infused cocktails.

1. Elderbubble Cocktail

Light and refreshing, perfect for backyard refreshments.

2. Red Sangria

The classic summer drink.

3. Hollywood Martini

Drink like a socialite.

4. Blueberry Bellini

Berry... delicious.

5. Watermelon Mint Cocktail

Refreshingly minty.

6. Pineapple Rum Punch

Bring the tropics to your kitchen.

7. Pink Gin Cocktail

Tart and totally tasty.

8. Orange Blossom

Citrus with a twist of gin.

9. Tequila Sunrise

Te-kill-ya anyone?

10. Blackberry Cooler

I can still drink this on my cleanse... right???

11. Cucumber Lime Mojito

Fresh and zesty.

12. Moscato Slush

Moscato got her freaky, hey.

13. Coconut Margarita

Refreshing, sweet, delicious.

14. Blue Hawaiian


15. Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade

Sweet and tart, with a dash of whiskey.

16. Malibu Sunset Cocktail

Bring the islands to your backyard.

17. Blue Raspberry Spiked Lemonade

The perfect summer concoction.

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