Spring has officially arrived and so have it’s cocktails. We looked through our database and compiled some of our all-time favorite spring drinks. From complex to ready-in-5, these spring cocktails are absolutely delicious, and the perfect way to welcome the season.
A cocktail composed of powerful ingredients. Beautifully put together, these ingredients come together in a balanced wave of flavorful delight. This cocktail was chosen by co-founder Robert who says, "Super simple but the combination of pineapple, chartreuse, and gin is really, really nice.”
A riff on the classic Mai Tai where rye whiskey replaces rum, and pineapple replaces curaçao. Picked by co-founder Adam who says, “Swapping the rum for rye whiskey adds a little spice and warmth to a classic tropical drink which, for me, makes for a nice transition from the colder months to the warmer months.”
From Jalisco, Mexico, this drink is the perfect amount of salty, sweet, and sour. Chris says, “Shades of a Paloma but expect something more juicy and citrusy. This is a super refreshing springtime cocktail! Don’t skimp on the salt!”
A Liber & Co. original, this cocktail is the perfect drink to make when the sun comes out. The brightness of the blood orange compliments the floral notes of the honeysuckle liqueur. Simple and easy to enjoy.
A riff on the classic Daiquiri, this simple variation gives the drink a fruity touch. The classic duo of coconut and lime is perfect for the springtime and makes for an elegant combination of 3 ingredients.
Adapted from Sam Ross’ Kentucky Maid, the Irish Maid is a drink created by Jack McGarry by subbing Irish Whiskey for the classic Bourbon. Similar to a Whiskey Smash, this drink is incredibly refreshing and floral. A go-to for a warm day.
A thirst-quenching variation of the beloved Gin and Tonic. The elderflower liqueur adds a wonderful floral spring flavor. Looks almost as good as it tastes.
This delicious mocktail is perfect for sipping under the sun and is an easy combination of 4 delicious ingredients. Ready in a few minutes and gone even quicker.
Created by Joseph Cesar in the 1930s at The Grand Hotel Oloffson in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This punch gave the hotel the fame it holds, and for good reason. This drink is tropical and flavorful.
Another Liber & Co. original. Similar to a Margarita, this cocktail brings the sweet, salt, and spice. A drink you can’t go wrong with.
If you make these any of these drinks, tag us on our social media! We’d love to hear your thoughts and suggestions on what blog content you’d like to see next. Leave a comment below! Happy Spring 🌼
Hi Deanna! Thanks for your suggestion. We are working on adding more mocktails to our database.
And of course, for a NA version, there’s a NA rum called ArKay out there (only one I know so far)
For Ms. Blackburn – try using some ginger syrup for a Mojito variation – we use a little extra mint too
Would like to have more mocktails using your ginger syrup.
Cristina - Liber & Co.
March 28, 2022
Hey Mark! A ginger Mojito sounds delicious. As for NA rums, you could also try Ritual or Lyre’s. Cheers!