15 fun and fruity party drinks recipes for your next celebration.
Inspired by a traditional Cuban mojito, this unique and festive drink has a mildly fruity flavour with the addition of raspberry rum.
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Fill highball glass with ice. Add pineapple juice, cranberry juice and vodka; stir to chill and blend. Garnish with lime.
All the ingredients of a classic martini — combined with a delicious mixed citrus flavour — come together in this crowdpleaser. Make sure that you fill the pitcher to the top with ice cubes.
There's nothing like a sparkling cocktail to set the mood. Garnish each glass with a thin strip of orange rind.
Fruity and smooth, this drink makes a pretty-in-pink glass. You could also use white or amber rum instead. For a delicious nonalcoholic Strawberry Punch, replace the rum with water.
This dessert martini has all the flavours of a frozen treat.
Cranberry Cosmopolitans used to be Adell Shneer's favourite cocktail until she created this version using lime-flavoured gin in place of vodka. Serve with our Sherried Orange Tenderloin with Smoked Paprika Mayonnaise appetizer (recipe link below).
Rhubarb syrup makes a flavourful base for this refreshing summer spritzer. If you prefer a nonalcoholic version, just omit the rum.
This is a favourite drink found all over the Florida Keys. Today, most bars operate a machine, which makes this frozen beverage easily accessible to thirsty visitors.
This ruby red martini tastes just like a candy apple – dangerously so!
Serve trendy cocktails without having to shake each one. Have soda water handy for guests to add their own splash. Be sure to use 100 per cent pomegranate juice, such as Pom Wonderful.
The slightly cloudy Lychee Vodka makes the base for this tropical-looking, easy-to-drink martini. When making the base, reserve enough lychees for garnish if you want, and keep in mind that the longer the vodka mix rests, the better the flavour.
Unbelievable as it may sound, this cocktail truly delivers the flavour of the tropical baked goods.
Rye and blueberries add a Canadian twist to this traditional Cuban cocktail. Garnish each glass with skewered blueberries and mint sprig.
Kids love to 'cheers' at the table with their own special cocktail, and this recipe is a classic kiddie favourite.
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