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Summer Cocktails to Enjoy in your Garden

April 26, 2021

Spring has well and truly arrived, garden socialising is back on the cards and our new Outdoor collection is launching today – three perfect reasons why it’s time to swot up on your summer cocktail recipes.

When the sun is shining and you have a welcoming garden to invite guests into, there’s nothing better than serving up a refreshing cocktail. We’ve shared three of our favourite recipes for the summer months below – including one which can be made virgin or boozy, dependent on your preference.

Get out your best cocktail glasses, stock up on ice and set up a home bar in your garden.

Summer Cocktails to Enjoy in your Garden

Negroni

Ingredients:

25ml dry gin

25ml vermouth

25ml Campari

Ice

Slice of orange to garnish

Recipe:

Pour the gin, vermouth and Campari into a mixing glass filled with ice and stir until the glass feels cold.

Strain into a drinking glass filled with large ice cubes.

Garnish with orange peel or an orange slice.

Summer Cocktails to Enjoy in your Garden

Peach Cooler

Ingredients:

Juice of 2 lemons

Juice of 2 limes

Slice of lemon or lime

Third of a jug – peach nectar or peach juice

Third of a jug – cloudy lemondade

Third of a jug – sparkling water

Splash of peach schnapps (optional)

Ice cubes

Recipe:

Add the juice of two lemons and two limes to a large jug.

Add a handful of ice cubes.

Fill up one third of the jug with peach nectar or peach juice.

Top the jug up to two-thirds with cloudy lemondade.

Fill the jug with sparkling water.

Add a dash of peach schnapps (optional).

Garnish with slices of lemon and/or lime.

Summer Cocktails to Enjoy in your Garden

El Pepino

Ingredients:

30ml tequila

8ml agave nectar (optional)

24ml lime juice

15ml pineapple juice

15ml cointreau

Basil leaf and lime wedge to garnish

Recipe:

Add all the ingredients into a glass filled with ice.

Stir until mixed.

Garnish with a basil leaf and lime wedge.

Summer Cocktails to Enjoy in your Garden
Summer Cocktails to Enjoy in your Garden

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