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You know what they say: April showers bring May flowers—and delicious cocktails. While in April a lot of seasonal fruit becomes available, May is really the time to throw it into your drinks. Avocados, strawberries, cherries and other ingredients are ready to be tossed into your shaker for some libations, so head to the farmers’ market to make some of the freshest cocktails you’ll have all year.
Having friends over? This is the punch of the season, perfect for pretty much any guest. Sparkling lemonade, strawberries rhubarb and vodka (even though this recipe sounds great with any spirit) are all you need to make sure all of your friends have a great time.
Avocados aren’t really what you think of when discussing cocktails, but believe us, when you want a twist on a Bloody Mary, don’t underestimate this tasty ingredient. Make your “salsa” ahead of time, so when it’s time to booze, all you’ll have to do is stir in some tequila over fresh ice.
Know how to make lemonade? Well, then you’re already halfway finished making this drink. Add some quality dark rum to your lemonade, and you’re finished. Nice and simple is the idea, because who has time for a 12-ingredient cocktail during this great weather?
Spring is the time for strawberries, and this cocktail doesn’t disappoint. Fresh strawberries, basil and citrus juice go together in a shaker along with some tequila and simple syrup for a refreshing cocktail at lunch, dinner and, well, anytime.
Love Daiquiris? Of course you do. This cocktail takes all of the ingredients in this industry-favorite cocktail and adds a touch of Cointreau to kick up the taste. The result is a sweet and tart drink with a smooth orange finish. You'll never look at a Daiquiri the same way again.
Agave is great for spring and summer, and if you’ve had your fill of mezcal and tequila, let this sotol cocktail open you up to a brand new type of spirit. This spicy cocktail takes habanero, pineapple and agave nectar syrup, with a result that’s rich, sweet and too good for just one.
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