Refreshing cocktail recipes are pretty much necessary when it's hot outside.
Lemon Blueberry Vodka Spritzer
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When serving drinks as a host, you want something that looks as good as it tastes. This cocktail delivers on both fronts since it's accented with sprigs of rosemary and sweetened with a honey simple syrup.
Get the recipe: Lemon Blueberry Vodka Spritzer
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Cucumber Melon Gin Spritzers
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Raspberry Sorbet Wine Spritzer
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If you want a dessert-y drink, try this spritzer that's topped with a scoop of raspberry sorbet that infuses sweetness into the drink as it melts. No need to make a simple syrup or chop ingredients, so this one's easy to whip up on a whim.
Get the recipe: Raspberry Sorbet Wine Spritzer
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Red, White, and Blue Wine Spritzer
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Celebrate the three major summertime holidays (aka an excuse to have a party)—Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day—with this Stevia In The Raw-sweetened sparkler. Sure, your tried-and-true red, white, and blue trifle is nice, but this cocktail recipe is loaded with antioxidant-rich berries and it packs a boozy punch.
Get the recipe: Red, White, and Blue Wine Spritzer
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Grapefruit Rosé Spritzer
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Red Wine Spritzer
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White is the more popular choice in a wine spritzer, but red shouldn't be overlooked. Red wine, berries, and mint give this drink the yummy flavor of sangria.
Get the recipe: Red Wine Spritzer
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Citrus Vodka Spritzer
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Strawberry Limoncello Spritzers
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A grown-up take on the strawberry lemonade you drank as a kid, this festive strawberry limoncello spritzer featuring prosecco is perfect for celebrating a special occasion.
Get the recipe: Strawberry Limoncello Spritzers
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Pineapple Mint Spritzer
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