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How to Craft & Enjoy the Perfect Summer Drink

Cocktail hour in the comfort of your own home! It can be anywhere you are! Our team has rounded up some of our favorite summer drink recipes, begging to be enjoyed in your kitchen or on your patio. We've paired them with our favorite flashy cocktail rings and other jewelry must-haves that can be appreciated from six feet away, or even over a video chat. Between the beverages, the bling and our best-loved barware and accessories, it's time to treat yourself! Shaken or stirred, this treat is very well-deserved.

Aperol Spritz


Nothing says warm weather like a bubbly cocktail accompanied by a refreshing orange garnish. This drink ups the ante with the classic Italian aperitif Aperol, giving it a bright summer hue, perfect for days on the patio.

Sarah's Recipe:

  • 1-1/2 ounces Aperol
  • 3 ounces prosecco
  • 3/4 ounce club soda
  • 1 orange slice for garnish
Hand with red nail polish holding range spritz beverage. Photo by Oleg Gospodarec on

Photo by Oleg Gospodarec on Unsplash

Cucumber Margarita


You won't be able to get enough of this refreshing spin on a classic margarita. Our best advice? Mix in a pitcher so you don't have to come inside every time you need a refill.

Katie's Recipe:

Blend 12 slices of fresh cucumber, 1/2 cup fresh lime juice, 4 ounces Triple Sec, 6 ounces Tequila and 6 cups of ice until smooth. Pour into glasses, garnish with a salt rim if desired and a lime.

Margarita with sliced lime on wood plank. Photo by Hessam Hojati on

Photo by Hessam Hojati on Unsplash

Red Sangria


You'll want to make this classic Spanish drink in a pitcher for easy top-offs in your dining room or on your patio. If you close your eyes and pretend you're on a beach in Barcelona, we won't tell.

Jess's Recipe:

Chop 1/2 medium apple, 1/2 medium orange and 3 tbsp of organic cane sugar to a pitcher & mix. Next, add 1 cup of orange juice, 1/3 cup of brandy and a 750ml bottle of dry Spanish red wine. Add ice, stir & enjoy!

Red sangria with garnish and blood red orange slice. Photo by Sara Cervera on

Photo by Sara Cervera on Unsplash

Champagne (On-Ice)


Meaghean's Best Advice

Skip the OJ and go straight for the champagne! For a modern twist, pour over ice and stir with a swizzle stick.

Classic more your style? Head outside and keep your bottle chilled on ice to enhance your al fresco happy hour.

Couple wearing wedding rings holding champagne glasses. Photo by Joshua Chun on

Photo by Joshua Chun on Unsplash