When you think of garden parties, immediately our thoughts run to what to drink. You can opt for a classic beer, for bottles of wine to accompany the buffet, but … if we want to prepare cocktails?
The world of cocktails is really varied, starting with the choice of alcohol and non-alcoholic, fruity, sparkling, exotic and so on.
Today we want to give you a few tips in order to make your party unique.
Cocktails for garden parties
The first suggestion we give you is a great classic, the spritz.
Easy to do and popular, especially in recent years. Have you never done it? No panic! Aperol, prosecco and a splash of soda, or alternatively a drop of very sparkling water. Ice and orange slice by order. You can also replace the Aperol with Campari, for a more bitter and decisive taste.
A very tasty alcoholic cocktail is based on Batida and blu curaçao. The girls will love it, also for the blue color, and all those who love coconut and that taste of white tropical beaches.
If you want to surprise everyone with an aromatic but refreshing taste, we recommend mixing Amaretto or Amaro Ramazzotti 1815 with orange juice and a spoonful of lemon syrup. You could also opt for almond milk or barley instead of lemon syrup.
Among young people, in recent years, is really widespread beer and mint vodka. Have you ever tried it? It seems to have been one of the trends of this summer.
A bomb shot? White vodka plus mint vodka. Only for glacial gorges and minds accustomed!
Non-alcoholic cocktails for birthday parties
Pineapple juice, orange juice and sparkling water, for real moments of pleasure. We also don’t disdain the combination of tropical juice, grenadine and lemon granita, a really fresh taste, suitable both as an aperitif and after dinner.
For something more mellow, however, a cocktail that we absolutely recommend you to try is basic lemon sorbet, strawberry juice in the middle and mint syrup to finish. Very Italian style!
We conclude this roundup with two very sweet flavors: chocolate ice cream smoothed with fresh cream and coconut chips on one side, cherry juice with barley and sour cherries on the other.