Sunny Day Sippin’

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Relaxing on the river? Upcoming girls trip to the beach? Sunset dinner on the back patio? Check out these light, summery drinks that pair perfectly with the hot days ahead.

Fleurs de Prairie Côtes De Provence Rosé

Fleurs de Prairie Côtes De Provence Rosé

Named after wildflowers in the South of France where the grapes are grown, Fleurs de Prairie is the perfect summer rosé. Described as “a Mediterranean combination of summer, wind, mild water stress, and ocean influence,” this wine is light, fruity, and easy to drink. It combines flavors of red fruit and lemon with a hint of tropical fruit on the finish and has bright, refreshing acidity that pairs well with summer fruits and veggies, fresh fish, and herb-forward dishes.

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Monaco Canned Cocktails

Monaco Canned Cocktails

Monaco cocktails are meant for poolside hangs. Conveniently bottled in a can, you can find a variety of spirits and flavors for all tastes. Embrace summertime nostalgia with a vodka-based hard lemonade in original or peach flavors, or enjoy a variety of spirits with Blue Crush, which combines vodka, gin, rum, and tequila paired with a crisp lemon-lime soda. You can also imbibe in more classic cocktail flavors such as Mai Tai and Moscow Mule. Each can contains two shots.

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Patrón El Alto

Patrón El Alto

While you may already be familiar with Patrón’s tequila offerings, don’t miss out on trying the luxurious Patrón El Alto tequila, handcrafted using the traditional Tahona production process. The tequila is made from 100% Weber Blue Agave, making for an incredibly smooth, perfectly aged spirit with notes of caramel, dried fruit, and vanilla. Patrón recommends drinking this neat, but it also pairs well with blackberry syrup, habanero tincture, and fresh lime juice for a unique margarita.   

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Seedlip

Seedlip

For those looking for a summer sip without the alcohol, consider Seedlip for your next mocktail recipe. Seedlip’s non-alcoholic spirits are made using a special process and carefully-sourced natural ingredients. If you’re looking for an earthy drink, try Seedlip Garden 108, which blends peas and garden herbs like rosemary and spearmint, or if you enjoy citrus flavors, consider Seedlip Grove 42, a bright blend of orange, lemon peel, lemongrass, and ginger. These plant-forward spirit alternatives can be enjoyed on their own, made into delicious mocktails, or paired with soda water for a refreshing beverage.

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