Looking for the perfect cocktail with a twist? Try grabbing some fruits and herbs from your own garden and making your relaxing drink extra-special.
If basil is a staple in your garden, don't miss out on this delicious basil and bourbon pomegranate cocktail that includes pomegranate juice, bourbon, maple syrup and fresh basil.
Have happy hour at home by using mint and watermelon you grew yourself. This watermelon tequila mojito recipe calls for white or silver tequila, along with a splash of lemon-lime soda or sparkling water.
A rosemary sprig from your garden and some custom-made rosemary simple syrup make this gin cocktail an elegant drink to serve guests.
Nothing says summer like strawberries, so if you have this fruit growing in your backyard, make sure you reserve some for this strawberry watermelon cocktail recipe. Add rum for an adult drink or leave out the alcohol for a fun summer drink with the kids.
If you love a mint julep, you'll enjoy this mint julep margarita. Taking fresh mint leaves from your garden and adding them to margarita mix, rum or bourbon will leave you feeling refreshed on a hot summer day.
Perfect for your love, this Baileys cool raspberry cocktail uses fresh raspberries, along with yummy whipped cream and chocolate syrup — not to mention Baileys Irish Cream. Could anything be more delicious?
This brazen watermelon blush recipe uses several fruits and herbs straight from the garden, including strawberries and mint.
This recipe is as cool as a cucumber. Using cucumber you've just picked, you can create a signature drink you and your friends will enjoy before heading out for a night on the town.
If you live in a tropical location and grow pineapples, be sure you try this grilled pineapple cocktail. That's right: Add grilled pineapple to your cocktail for a unique drink that will surprise your guests. If you don't live in a tropical location, that's OK — head to the grocery store, stat.
After harvesting cantaloupe from your garden, add lemon, chilled white wine and sugar for the perfect combination for summer.
What herbs and fruits from your garden are the perfect addition to any cocktail?
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