The Best Frozen Cocktail Recipes To Try This Summer

May 26, 2021
11:00 A.M.
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Is there a nicer way to cool down on a hot summer day than a refreshing and tasty cocktail?


I love sitting down on a hot summery afternoon on a terrace after a long day of work, sip on a refreshing drink, and chatting with my girls.

If you'd like to try and add a new twist on the traditional cocktail you're used to, have fun with it and enjoy these boozy smoothies.

Aperol Spritz

The Aperol spritz is a typical Italian drink and is commonly served as an apéritif. Apéritif is the first drink served, before the meals, as a way to stimulate the appetite. The ingredients are simple — Aperol, Prosecco, club soda, a slice of fresh orange, and ice cubes.


Piña Colada

Piña Colada is a summer stable and packed with flavor, "the sunny, tropical flavor of Puerto Rico in a glass," by the words of its creator. The freshness of this cocktail is due to its main ingredients — pineapple, rum, and coconut.

Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri


The ultimate refresher for summer days spend on laid-back poolside vacations, the basis of frozen daiquiri are strawberries, rum, lime juice, and sugar. You can use frozen strawberries if you wish to have a thicker smoothie-like consistency.

Watermelon Margarita

Watermelon gives a refreshing touch to the traditional margarita, added to a bit more tequila. The resulting cocktail is fruitier than the original and more thirst-quenching. Serve it at a barbecue or in a happy hour with friends.



Caipirinha is the national drink of Brazil. This drink is simple and easy to prepare as its ingredients list is short — all you need is cachaça, lime juice, sugar, and ice cubes. Similar to the old-fashioned mojito, the twist here is liquor choice, cachaça.

Lime Margarita


Give the traditional margarita a refreshing lime, and its fresh taste beats any bought-shop cocktail. With the help of your blender and the basic margarita ingredients, you'll get a slushy cocktail so you can whip up this thirst quencher in 5 minutes.

Long Island Iced Tea

Despite being called ice tea, there is no iced tea anywhere in the Long Island Iced Tea — just the color. Strain all the ingredients into a pitcher, add the cola, garnish both pitcher and glasses with lime wedges, and serve your friends at a summer pool party!