Summer Cocktail Recipes - Creating Amazing Cocktails at Home

Summertime is all about parties and if you are going to host one yourself you are going to want to do it right and make it memorable. The one thing that can make your party different than everyone other event this summer is the cocktails that you serve. To make sure your drinks are a hit, Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together some tasty cocktail recipes that will impress any guest.

The Best Bellini Ever

Created by The Cocktail Guru, Jonathan Pogash

1 oz. Van Gogh Cool Peach Vodka

1/4 of a ripe peach**

1 tsp. agave nectar

1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice

3 oz. Prosecco

Directions: In a mixing glass, muddle the peach, agave, and lemon juice.  Add the Prosecco with ice and gently fold the ingredients (without stirring too much, as this will remove bubbles).  Strain into a chilled champagne flute.  Top off with extra Prosecco. Garnish with a  fresh peach slice.

**if peaches are not in season: Substitute the ripe peach, agave, and lemon juice for 1 1/2 oz. of store-bought “Peach Nectar”.        

Peachy Palmer

Created by The Cocktail Guru, Jonathan Pogash

1 1/2 oz. Van Gogh Cool Peach Vodka

1 part Iced Tea

1 part Lemonade

1 peach slice

Directions: Add ingredients to a mixing glass with ice and shake very well. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with peach slice.     

SVEDKA's 4th of July Firecracker

Ingredients:1 1/2 parts SVEDKA Stars & Stripes

1 part watermelon schnapps

1/2 part cranberry juice

1/2 part lemon juice

1/2 part simple syrup

1/4 part blue curaçao

soda water


Build in the glass. Add watermelon schnapps and cranberry juice over ice, then carefully add lemon, simple syrup, and SVEDKA as to layer the white layer, then VERY carefully layer the blue curacao to create the color separation, and gently top with soda. Garnish with fresh watermelon pieces.

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