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Bringing Summer To You

Memorial Day weekend has always served as the unofficial start of summer. But since most of our summer plans are on hold for the time being, we came up with three ways to bring those fun-in-the-sun-splish-splash-chill-cool vibes right to wherever you’re celebrating.

First: Listen to our summer playlist

And by “summer playlist” we of course mean a bunch of songs that contain the words “summer”, “sun” or “heat.”

  • The Official Drizly Summer Bippity Boppity Cool Vibes Playlist

    Sublime, The Beach Boys, James Taylor. You're basically getting tan just thinking about this playlist.
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Second: Try one of these summery drinks

We made recipes for everything, from DIY boozy ice pops to boozy s’mores milkshakes to fruity drinks that also contain the word “boozy.”

  • Boozy S'mores Milkshake

    The only thing that could possibly make this drink more quintessential summer is if you drank it with the entire cast of The Sandlot. A tasty, sweet, definitely strong Boozy S'mores Milkshake that can be made indoors or outdoors.
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  • Absolut Moscow Mule

    A cool, Moscow mule is the perfect summer drink. Plus it doubles as a stylish copper accessory if you have the right cups. For this, all you'll need is 1½ parts Absolut Vodka, ½ part lime juice, ginger beer, 1 wedge of lime and ice cubes. Fill a mule mug with ice cubes. Add Absolut Vodka and lime juice. Top up with ginger beer. Garnish with a lime wedge.
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  • Grilled Summer Peach Margarita

    This frozen summer cocktail brings together two summer staples: fresh peaches and the grill. The result is a smoky, herbaceous riff on a frozen margarita, where the char on the peaches matches perfectly with the finish of smoky mezcal.
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  • Jameson Ginger and Lime

    A summer classic. All you need is 1 part Jameson Irish Whiskey, 2 parts ginger ale and a lime wedge. Fill a highball glass with ice. Pour Jameson Irish whiskey over ice. Top up with ginger ale. Stir briefly to mix. Take a wedge of lime, squeeze lime juice in and drop it into the glass.
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  • Boozy ice pops

    Your favorite childhood treats have made the journey to adulthood with you. (They just skipped all the weird parts and went right to summer.) Adult self, meet boozy ice pops. You're welcome.
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  • Glenlivet Caribbean Mai Tai

    Close your eyes and you're basically in the Caribbean with this one. You'll need 1 ½ parts The Glenlivet Caribbean Reserve, ¾ parts lime juice, 1/2 part orgeat syrup, and 1/2 part Triple Sec. Put it in a glass over rocks. Build in tin. Ice. Shake. Strain over fresh ice.  Garnish with mint and orange slice. Say hello to Johnny Depp for us.
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  • Hornitos Tequila Smash

    Okay so imagine a margarita and mojito fell in love and decided to create this adorable drink together and call it little baby Smash. It basically has summer in its very soul. Anyways, you’ll need: 2 parts Hornitos Plata Tequila, 6 mint leaves, 3 lime wedges and ¾ part simple syrup. Add Hornitos Plata Tequila, simple syrup and the juice of half of a lime to an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain over ice into a highball glass. Garnish with mint leaves and three lime wedges. Salted rim optional.
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  • Downeast Aloha Friday - Dead Tide Rising

    This drink literally has the word "Aloha" in it. Does it get more summery than that? You'll need: 1 oz light rum, 1 oz dark rum, 1 oz orange curacau, 1/2 oz fresh lemon juice, 1/2 oz fresh lime juice, 1 oz fresh orange juice, 1.5 oz fresh passionfruit purre, 1/4 oz grenandine and 2 dashes angostura bitters. Shake, strain, and top with Downeast Aloha Friday.
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Third: Watch this video

Want to convince yourself that you’re at a BBQ? Let this 5-hour long video of us cooking a burger be your new Yule log.