11 Late Summer Cocktails From the Garden
Did you have a bountiful garden this year? Here's one way to enjoy the fruits (and veggies) of your labor.
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A Cucumber-Mint Rickey
Enjoy two ingredients gardeners often have in abundance, mint and cucumber, paired in one delicious cocktail.
The Yearling cocktail makes delicious use of seasonal strawberries.
Another — fun — way to get superfood kale's nutritional boost: a kale cocktail!
Grilled Peach Old Fashioned
Peaches grilled with amaretto are just one reason we're loving this fancy twist on a classic Old Fashioned.
"Walking Dead" Cocktail
This herb, watermelon and rhubarb-infused cocktail is a tribute to the zombie TV sensation "The Walking Dead."
Sangrita Tomato Cocktail
Think beyond the bloody people! This Sangrita cocktail puts your tomato and pepper harvest to the test with a delicious combo of poblano, chipotle and guajillo peppers.
Figgy Maple Bourbon Fizz
Try this delicious bourbon and fig tipple for a lovely end-of-summer cocktail party.
Drink in the tropical flavors of pineapple and coconut and your fresh garden mint in this flavor-packed cocktail.
Who needs a swizzle stick when you have a Paloma Hermosa cocktail topped with a garden rose in your hand?
A Bee-Sourced Cocktail
A refreshing end-of-summer tipple, the Bowler Hat cocktail from London's Autograph Collection St. Ermin's Hotel balances sweet and tangy flavors for the perfect garden sip. Want to try the Bowler Hat for yourself? The St. Ermin's shared their delicious recipe with HGTV.
End of Summer Sip
A nice spin on the usual gimlet, this refreshing cucumber gimlet brings fresh garden flavors to your glass. Get the recipe here.