Watermelon Margaritas and More: Check Out the Most-Shared Summer Cocktail Recipes on Twitter
There’s just something about summer that makes us want to spend all day lazily sipping warm-weather cocktails. Perhaps it’s the fact that most summer drinks are basically adult slushies, or maybe we just really like cocktail umbrellas. Either way, we’ve rounded up a list of the most-shared recipes for margaritas, sangria, mojitos, daiquiris, and mint juleps, courtesy of Twitter’s analytics and @TwitterFood.Before checking out the list below, you might want to take a gander at The Daily Meal’s collection of Summer’s Best Frozen Cocktails.
Cherry Limeade Margarita — This frozen margarita variety comes from the Cookie Rookie blog and calls for cherry juice and frozen limeade. Get the recipe here.
— Becky Hardin (@cookierookiebec) May 2, 2014
Watermelon Margarita — This recipe from Valerie Rice is actually pretty simple: It only requires fresh watermelon, lime, tequila, and simple syrup.
Cranberry Sorbet Sangria — Just when you thought there wasn’t much more to sangria than fruit and wine, this recipe from iFoodTV proves you wrong.
— Jeana (@SurfnSunshine) June 23, 2014
Blueberry Mojito — Add some fruit to the traditional mojito flavor with this recipe from the Latino Mama y Familia blog.
Frozen Banana Daiquiri — It’s not all about the strawberry, you know. This twist on the summer cocktail favorite comes from the Harried Housewife blog.
— Harried Housewife (@harriedhswife) May 24, 2014
Brown Sugar Mint Julep — Just because the Triple Crown is over and won doesn’t mean you have to stop drinking juleps. This recipe from Brian Staffield mixes it up a bit with brown instead of white sugar.