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7 Easy, Delicious Cocktails To Make This Spring

One of our favorite signs of spring? Al fresco cocktail hour. It’s finally time to ditch cozy warm beverages for refreshing ones with bright flavors (Sorrel-Cucumber Cooler, anyone?).

One of our favorite signs of spring? Al fresco cocktail hour. It’s finally time to ditch cozy warm beverages for refreshing ones with bright flavors (Sorrel-Cucumber Cooler, anyone?). That’s why we found seven delicious cocktails you can sip all spring.

Lillet Rose Cocktail
Pick up a bottle of fruity Lillet Rosé—made with Sauvignon Blanc and Muscatel wines plus a citrusy liqueur—and pair it with tart grapefruit juice and a splash of gin for an aromatic aperitif.
(Image: Martha Stewart)

Ginger Mint Mojito 
Mojitos may have a bad rep for being a pain to make, but this no-muddle version fuses mint and fresh ginger into a simple syrup, making it easy to whip up for a crowd.
(Image: CHOW)

Vodka Thyme Lemonade
This lemonade is spiked with citrus vodka, lemon wedges, and a DIY lemon-thyme syrup, which delivers an earthy flavor to balance out the pucker.
(Image: Town & Country)

The Paloma
Hosting friends for brunch? Skip the mimosa for this simple-but-sophisticated Mexican cocktail, which requires just four ingredients: grapefruit, tequila, club soda, and lime.
(Image: Drizzle & Dip)

Ruby On Rails
If there’s a better use for the season’s first strawberries than mixing them with gin, rosé, and the layered complexity of Pimm’s No. 1, we haven’t found it.
(Image: CHOW)

Cucumber And Sorrel Cooler
use sorrel in a salad, why not add the spring to a cocktail? It’s bright herbaceous flavor needs nothing more than club soda and a splash of gin.
(Image: Martha Stewart)

Rhubarb Collins
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(Image: Epicurious)

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