10 Refreshing Summer Cocktails from Foodies100 Bloggers


Are you planning a summer garden party?

When the weather gets hot, make the drinks the star of your summer gatherings and serve up something special. We’ve pulled together some our favourite summer cocktail ideas from UK food bloggers, from fruity sangria to a twist on a traditional Moscow Mule. And if you’re looking for non-alcoholic summer cocktails, we’ve got you covered!

So get the glasses ready and shake up your summer garden party or barbecue with our ten favourite summer tipples from Foodies100 bloggers – just click on the image to see the original recipe: 

 Peach and Basil White Sangria (Amuse Your Bouche) 

Summer Strawberry and Rosemary Moscow Mule (Sandhya’s Kitchen)

Raspberry and Mint Frosé (Feeding Boys and Firefighters) 

Low Sugar Mint & Apple Watermelon Cocktail (My Food & Happiness) 

Cranberry Pomegranate Cosmopolitan (Veggie Desserts)

Rhubarb & Ginger Gin cocktail (Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy)

Campari Italian American (Little Sugarsnaps) 

Cherry Bakewell Cocktail (Made by Luci) 

Elderflower & Vodka Cocktail Slush (Hedgecombers)

Cucumber Gin Martini (Supergolden Bakes) 



Thanks to all our bloggers featured here. Please tell us in the comments if you have a favourite summer cocktail or mocktail? 

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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