Moscow mules are one of the trendiest drinks out there. When served in summer picnic.(a.k.a. 2.0), these vodka-based cocktails are a stunner at any cocktail party — or
What you'll need: copper mugs ($18 for 4, amazon.com)
This drink is a classic for a reason: Vodka, lime juice, and ginger beer are a mouthwatering trio.
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Get a dose of Vitamin C with this fresh, citrusy cocktail.
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Crisp cucumbers and tart blueberries are a winning combination in this fruity beverage.
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Instead of ginger beer, this mule is spiced with a customized simple syrup. No water here — this syrup is made with ginger juice to give it a kick of flavor.
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Nothing screams summer quite like a bounty of fresh Georgia peaches.
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You'll want to trade the copper mug — just this once, we promise! — for this gorgeous, pink-hued version.
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This is what happens when your two favorite drinks are rolled into one. Does it get any better than this?!
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The key to this zesty cocktail: sugar, spice, and everything nice. Oh, and a jalepeño!
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Grab some fresh berries from your garden and toss them into this fruity, herbal cocktail.
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You can't beat a slice of watermelon in the summertime — especially when it's mixed with alcohol.
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Muddle berries and lime for a dimensional and delicious flavor.
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What you'll need: muddler ($6, amazon.com)
While holiday-inspired, this drink can be enjoyed year-round. The same goes for all cocktails, right?
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