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We will avoid all Sex and the City references here, but the fact remains: This cocktail is classic for a reason.


  • 1 ounce cranberry juice cocktail
  • Orange twist (for serving)

Recipe Preparation

  • Combine vodka, cranberry juice, lime juice, and triple sec in a cocktail shaker. Fill shaker with ice, cover, and shake vigorously until outside of shaker is very cold, about 20 seconds.

  • Strain cocktail through a Hawthorne strainer or a slotted spoon into a martini glass. Garnish with orange twist.

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The legendary Cosmopolitan is a simple cocktail with a big history. It reached its height of popularity in the 1990s, when the HBO show “Sex and the City” was at its peak. The pink-hued, Martini-style drink was a favorite of the characters on the show. It made its debut during the second season and became a series regular after that.

For a good decade, the Cosmopolitan may have been the most popular cocktail in America, and bartenders couldn’t work a shift without making dozens of them for thirsty patrons. Naturally, its ubiquity spurred countless riffs, from the White Cosmo (St-Germain in place of Cointreau) to versions featuring gin. While the drink isn’t as popular today as it was in its heyday, the classic recipe is still very much alive.

According to bartending legend and author Gary Regan, the original Cosmopolitan was created in 1985 by Miami bartender Cheryl Cook while working at a South Beach bar called the Strand. Eager to invent a new cocktail for the Martini glass, Cook riffed on the classic Kamikaze by using a newly introduced citrus-flavored vodka, plus a splash of cranberry juice.

There’s some debate about who created the original Cosmopolitan. Many believe, like Regan, that it was first mixed by Cook. Others believe that Dale DeGroff concocted it at New York City’s Rainbow Room, or that Toby Cecchini first devised a Cosmo in 1988 during his tenure at New York’s Odeon. However, all agree that Cecchini popularized the vodka-and-cranberry ’Tini. His version of the drink called for 2 ounces of Absolut Citron vodka, an ounce of Cointreau, an ounce of Ocean Spray cranberry juice cocktail and an ounce of fresh lime juice, with a lemon twist.

The Cosmo was a product of its time. In the late-1980s and early-’90s, vodka was king, but flavored vodka was just finding an audience. When Absolut released its first flavored vodka, the lemony Citron, bartenders had a new toy to work with. Cecchini used it in the Cosmo alongside Ocean Spray, and the vodka-and-cranberry duo is still the preferred pair at most bars today. You, of course, can use whichever citrus-flavored vodka and cranberry juice you like. Just remember: Don’t drown your drink in cranberry. Other cocktails like the Sea Breeze call for a heavier measure of cranberry, but here the juice is meant to be only an accent, adding a touch of tartness and color.

36 Fruity Cocktails Recipes Perfect for Your Summer Festivities

Despite all the frigid weather and cloudy skies that winter threw our way, we have PREVAILED. Yay for seasons!

Is there anything better than a brightly colored cocktail to sip on as the sun beams down on your face? I'll wait five minutes before we both decide the answer is no. If you aren't looking to drop your hard-earned dollars on an overpriced cocktail at a crowded outdoor bar, no worries, we can help you recreate your own bar right at home!

Below we've got 36 delicious fruity cocktails recipes that signal summer fun. Cheers!

For the chamomile syrup: Combine 3 cups water and 2 1/2 cups sugar in a saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a simmer, stirring until the sugar dissolves. Remove the pan from the heat, add 8 chamomile tea bags, and stir. Cover and let steep for 15 minutes. Remove the tea bags and discard. Refrigerate until room temperature or chilled, at least one hour.

For the punch: In a blender, combine 4 cups grapefruit juice and 1/2 pint strawberries, hulled and sliced. Blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a large punch bowl. Add the chamomile syrup, 3 cups bourbon, and a few dashes of bitters. Add the rest of the strawberry slices and ice for garnish.

Recipe from Heather Christo.

Yes, this margarita is made of sunshine and the best summer feels. OK, not really, but Meyer lemons are pretty close, TBH.Rim glasses with a mixture of lemon zest, sugar, and salt. Fill glasses with ice. In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine 2 oz. tequila, 1 oz. triple sec, 2 oz. lemon juice, and 1/2 oz. simple syrup. Shake until well chilled. Strain into prepared glasses and garnish with slices of Meyer lemon.

Recipe from Freutcake.

Combine 4 oz. cucumber vodka, 4 1-inch cubes of seedless watermelon and 2 diced limes in a cocktail shaker. Rim your glass with a slice of lime and garnish with equal parts sugar, salt, and lime zest. Fill your glass with ice and pour in ingredients from the cocktail shaker. Top with Cupcake Vineyards Prosecco and garnish with a slice of watermelon, cucumber, and mint.

Recipe from Cupcake Vineyards.

Fill your glass with peach ice cream (or sorbet or sherbet). Pour 1 1/2 oz. vodka into the glass, then top with your favorite tea. Stir to combine.

Recipe from The Cookie Rookie.

In a small shallow dish, combine 2 tbsps. salt, 1/2 tsp. cayenne, and 1/2 tsp. ground black pepper. Run a lime wedge on the rim of a cocktail glass and then dip into the seasoning mixture.Muddle together 2 cups cherry tomatoes, juice from 1 lime, and 2 tbsps. dill. Add a dash each of Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce to the glass, and give it a stir. Top off with ice and pour 1 oz. gin in the glass with 2 oz. tonic water. Garnish with cucumber slice, serrano peppers, and lime wedges.

Recipe from The Candid Appetite.

In a blender, combine 1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries, 1/2 tbsp. simple syrup, 4 mint leaves, a shot of rum, and 1 3/4 cups crushed ice. If you have whole cubes, crush them in the blender first. Blend until well combined and slushy-like. Pour the strawberry mojito into three 8-ounce glasses, filling just about halfway.Combine 1 1/2 cups chopped kiwi, 1 1/2 tbsp. simple syrup, 4 mint leaves, a shot of rum, and 1 3/4 cups crushed ice. Blend to desired consistency.Then pour the kiwi mojito over the strawberry mojito. Garnish with kiwi, strawberry, and mint, and serve immediately.

Recipe from Host the Toast.

Combine a vibrant white wine, like Cupcake Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc &mdash it's got citrusy notes like Meyer lemons and Key limes, along with hints of grapefruit and nectarine &mdash with freshly brewed iced tea and honey. Stir until the honey has completely dissolved, then serve with fresh fruit. Good go-tos: cucumber, watermelon, and orange slices.

Recipe from Cupcake Vineyards.

In a saucepan over medium heat, combine 1 cup water and 1 cup sugar, and heat until sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat and add the zest and juice of 3 limes. Stir and let it all steep for 20 to 30 minutes. Strain and chill down.In a cocktail shaker, combine 3/4 oz. lime juice, 1 1/2 oz. gin, 3/4 oz. lime syrup, 1 tsp. matcha powder, 1/2 oz. half and half, 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract, and egg white of 1 egg.

Seal and shake without ice for about 10 seconds.Open up the shaker and add 1 cup of ice. Seal and shake vigorously again for 10 seconds to chill. In the bottom of your glass, add a small splash of club soda and pour the cocktail through a strainer (most shakers come with one) into your glass. You should have a foamy top. Slowly add a few more splashes of soda on top of the foam. The soda will make it rise and foam up more. Sprinkle matcha powder on top as garnish.

Recipe from Beyond the Bayou.

The obvious fact is that this drink is absurdly delicious. The genius is that it's just two ingredients.Pair a strawberry or tangerine popsicle with a crisp wine like Cupcake Vineyards Rosé (oh hey, watermelon and strawberry notes) or even their Sauvignon Blanc for the kind of drink you'll want to sip all summer.

Recipe from Cupcake Vineyards.

Drop 4 lime wedges, 8 to 12 leaves fresh mint, and 1 to 3 tbsps. simple syrup or sugar into a tall glass. Using a muddler or even the end of a rolling pin, muddle the ingredients together to release the juices.

Fill about half the glass with ice and then add 2 oz. rum. Stir until the sugar is fully dissolved. Top the glass with a little more ice and then pour kombucha over and gently stir to combine.

For the hibiscus simple syrup: In a sauce pan, combine 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 cup water. Bring to a boil and then reduce the heat and simmer until the sugar dissolves. Remove from the heat and add 1/4 cup dried hibiscus. Allow the mixture to steep for 5 to 10 minutes and strain the syrup. Cool and use as desired.

Recipe from Half Baked Harvest.

Drain a 20-ounce can of peeled lychees, reserving 1 tbsp. of the heavy syrup. Combine the lychees, syrup, 8 oz. coconut milk, 4 oz. coconut water, 2 1/2 oz. rum, and 5 to 6 large ice cubes in a blender. Puree until smooth. Pour over crushed ice or additional ice cubes, and garnish with lime wedges.

Recipe from A Beautiful Plate.

Mix together 1 tbsp. sugar, 1 tbsp. salt, 1/4 tsp. chili powder, and zest from one lime on a small plate. Run a wedge of lime around the top of two glasses and dip them in the salt blend fill with crushed ice.

Mix 1 cup grapefruit juice, 1/4 cup fresh lime juice, 4 oz. tequila, and 1 tbsp. sugar until well mixed. Pour over crushed ice and top with sparkling water. Garnish with grapefruit and lime.

Recipe from Bourbon and Honey.

Combine 3 oz. pineapple juice, 2 oz. white rum, 1 oz. coconut milk, 2 to 3 cubes watermelon (about 1-inch cubes), and 1 cup ice in a blender, and puree until thoroughly liquefied. You may need to add more watermelon to get the right blush-pink color and hint of watermelon flavor. Garnish with fresh fruit and serve immediately.

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In a cocktail shaker, add 1 oz. coconut water, 1 oz. pomegranate juice, .5 oz. lemon juice, and .75 oz. simple syrup. Combine ingredients and serve over ice, garnishing with a watermelon wedge.

In a blender, add 1 oz. Captain Morgan LocoNut, .5 oz. banana liqueur, and 1/2 of a banana, peeled. Add ice and blend until smooth. Serve in a tall glass, garnishing with cinnamon.

In a shaker filled with ice, add .5 oz Grey Goose vodka, .5 oz Bombay Sapphire gin, .5 oz Patron Silver, .75 oz. Domaine de Canton, .5 oz lime juice, .5 oz. hibiscus syrup, 1.5 oz. pineapple juice, and 1 oz. sparkling water. Shake and pour over ice in a collins glass, garnishing with a pineapple spear.

Recipe from Terranea Resort, a Destination Hotel.

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add 1 oz. Captain Morgan LocoNut, .5 oz. Captain Morgan White Rum, 1 oz. pineapple juice, and .25 oz. fresh lime juice. Shake vigorously for 10 seconds and then strain into a shot glass.

In a glass, stir 1 oz. Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey and 3 oz. peach iced tea. Add ice, stir, and garnish with a frozen peach slice and sprig of mint.

In a pitcher, add 6 oz. Absolute Elyx, 6 oz. Giffard Crème de Fraise des Bois, 3 oz. pink peppercorn syrup, and 3 oz. lemon juice. Add ice and stir. Top with 5 oz. Moet Ice Imperial Champagne, and garnish with edible flowers, strawberries, and lemons.

For pink peppercorn syrup: In a medium size sauce pan, measure 16 oz. cold water and 16 oz. white granulated sugar. Add 8 oz. of pink peppercorns over medium heat. Stir until sugar is dissolved, bring to a medium boil, and remove from heat. Allow to cool and infuse for 20 minutes and strain.

Recipe from La Cantera Resort & Spa, A Destination Hotel.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 3/4 oz. blood orange juice, 1/2 oz. pineapple juice, and 2 oz. watermelon-infused coconut rum (cut up half a watermelon and let sit with one bottle of coconut rum for 48 hours). Pour 1 1/2 oz. Blue Curacao into a hurricane glass and fill with ice. Strain the rum into the hurricane glass on top of the Blue Curacao.

Recipe from Cliff House Maine, a Destination Hotel.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 3/4 oz. coconut milk, 1/2 oz. blueberry schnapps, and 1 oz. rye whiskey. Shake, and strain into an ice-filled glass, and top with 1 1/2 oz. Izze Sparkling Juice Blueberry. Garnish with blueberries

Muddle 4 slices cucumber and 3 mint leaves in a shaker. Add 1 oz. agave and 1 oz. lime juice. Add 2 oz. gin and stir. Strain over a large ice cube into an 8 1/2 oz. mason jar. Garnish with a chili-salted cucumber wheel and a mint sprig.

Recipe courtesy of El Sapo.

In a Collins glass filled with ice, add 1 1/2 oz. gin, 1/2 oz. St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, 1/2 oz. fresh grapefruit juice, 3/4 oz. fresh lime juice, and 1/2 oz. simple syrup. Top with club soda.

Recipe courtesy of

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 oz. Mt. Gay Black Barrel Rum, 1/2 oz. Smith & Cross, 3/4 oz. Orgeat, and 1 oz. Pineapple Champagne Vinegar Shrub. Shake, and pour into a glass filled with ice, and garnish with pineapple leaves and a cocktail umbrella.Recipe courtesy of Analogue.

Combine 1 oz. gold rum,1 oz. guava juice, and 1/2 oz. falernum liqueur in a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake well. Add to an ice-filled tiki glass and top with 1 oz. IZZE Sparkling Water Mandarin Lime. Garnish with an edible orchid and a mint sprig.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 oz. tequila, 1 oz. mezcal, 3/4 oz. lime juice, and 4 oz. honeydew melon juice. Shake, and strain into a glass filled with ice, topping it off with 1/2 oz. cayenne kombucha.

Recipe courtesy of Chef Jaime Torres.

In a glass filled with crushed ice, add 1 1/2 oz. gold rum and 1 dash tiki bitters. Top with 2 oz. Izze Sparkling Cherry Lime and stir.

Muddle 6 mint leaves in the bottom of a tall glass. Add 3 oz. coconut water and 1 1/2 oz. Captain Morgan Loconut, and stir to combine. Add ice to fill and garnish with a sprig of mint.

Crush 2 strawberries in a glass and add 3 basil leaves. Add 1 oz. Stoli Strawberry Vodka and 1 oz. lemonade, stir, and add ice. Garnish with basil.

In a shaker, add 1 1/2 oz. Absolut Original, 3/4 oz. Maraschino Liquor, 3/4 oz. East India Sherry, 1 drop almond extract, and 3/4 oz. lemon juice. Shake and strain over crushed ice in a short rocks glass. Garnish with a bouquet of edible flowers.

BAHA MARIn a shaker filled with ice, add 2 oz. gin, 3 oz. soursop juice, 1 oz. coconut-infused syrup, and 1 oz. lime juice. Shake and strain into a highball glass filled with ice. Garnish with freshly grated nutmeg, fresh coconut, and mint.

Recipe from Baha Mar.

In a goblet filled with ice, add 2 oz. Absolut Original, 1 oz. lemonade, and 1 oz. watermelon juice. Garnish with frozen blueberries, strawberries, lemon wheels, and mint sprigs.

Add 3 oz. Captain Morgan Loconut to a shaker filled with ice. Shake and strain into a rocks glass filled with ice. Add a garnish of your choice.

Muddle 2 lemons and 3 mint leaves in the bottom of a Collins glass. Add ice, 1 1/2 oz. Absolut Original, 3 oz. unsweetened iced tea, and 1/2 oz. maple syrup. Lightly stir, and garnish with a mint sprig and lemon wheel.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 2 oz. Hornitos Plata Tequila, 3/4 oz. jalapeño rosemary syrup, 1/2 oz. fresh pineapple juice, 1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice, and 2 dashes Angostura bitters. Shake and pour into a highball glass filled with ice. Garnish with a pineapple chunk.

In a pitcher, add 8 oz. Tito's Handmade Vodka, one 750-mL bottle of rosé, and 4 oz. elderflower liqueur. Cut 1 lemon and 1 lime into small wedges, add to the pitcher, and let sit for 4 hours. Finish off with a 12-oz. can of Fresca.

Made with simple ingredients of vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice, and freshly squeezed lime, the Cosmo gained popularity quickly.

The drink traveled from Provincetown, where one of the first versions came to life during the Gay Rights movement. And while there is a long debate over who actually created the first Cosmopolitan, it’s safe to say it’s a modern classic.

It’s no secret that Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City popularized the drink. Her signature cocktail was the stiletto-like glass, filled with the blush-pink drink. Regardless of where the drink originated or gained popularity, it’s a cocktail that’s on every bar menu and unashamedly one of the greatest drinks in history. The Cosmo revolutionized the cocktail culture as we know it.

The Cosmo became a drink that bartenders no longer wanted to mix up. They thought it has no flavor, and there were better ingredients to be used. Mixologists wanted to give a challenge when it came to taste, not just something sweet to sip on. The Cosmopolitan is finally making a comeback — whether that’s due to the Sex and the City reboot or simply consumers are, once again, appreciating its tart flavor.

Whatever the case is, if you are willing to take on this classic cocktail, here is our favorite recipe.


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10 Delicious Twists on the Classic Cosmo You&rsquoll Be Obsessed With

Life rule: You can never go wrong with a pretty pink cocktail like a cosmo. Bonus points if it's delicious &mdash which all of these are. Here, the iconic twist gets 11 major upgrades that you're going to want to sip on all summer long.

Dip a martini glass into water, rim with edible glitter, and add a handful of cotton candy. In a shaker filled with ice, add equal parts grape juice and vodka. Shake and pour into a martini glass, and garnish with rainbow candy cane.

Blend 2 cups of cubed watermelon until smooth, straining through a fine mesh strainer and discarding the pulp. Pour the strained watermelon juice and 1 1/2 oz Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake and strain into a glass, finishing it off with a squeeze of lime juice.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 1/2 oz Absolut Citron, 1 oz Cointreau, 3/4 oz cranberry juice, 1/5 oz lime juice, 2 dashes Peychaud Bitters, and 4 to 5 mint leaves. Shake, and pour into a highball glass. Add additional ice, and top with soda.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 1/2 oz Skyy Vodka, 1 oz Pamma Pomegranate Liqueur, 3/4 oz lime juice, and 1/2 oz agave.

Recipe from The Electric Room at Dream Downtown.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 oz Stoli Strawberi, 1/2 oz orange liqueur, and 1/2 oz cranberry juice. Shake, and pour into a coup glass. Add a squeeze of lime juice, and garnish with an orange peel.

Pour 1 1/2 oz vodka, 1 oz Lillet Blanc, 1/4 oz each of St. Germaine, Carvella Limoncello, and Suze into a mixing glass with ice. Sprinkle in a small amount of edible gold glitter. Strain into a coupe glass, and garnish with a lemon twist.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 1/2 oz vodka, 1/2 oz Paula's Texas Orange Liqueur, and 2 oz cranberry juice. Shake, and strain into a chilled glass.

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine 1 1/2 oz Reyka Vodka, 3/4 oz Art in the Age Rhubarb Tea Organic Liqueur, 3/4 oz lime juice, and 1/2 ounce strawberry puree. Shake and strain into a chilled coup. Top with 1 oz brut Champagne, and garnish with a sprig of lavender.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 oz lime vodka, 3/4 oz lime juice, 1/2 oz domaine de Canton, and 1/2 oz grenadine. Shake, and strain into a flute, topping it with Prosecco. Garnish with a lime twist.

In a shaker filled with ice, add 1 1/5 oz Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka, 1 oz cranberry juice, 1/2 oz orange-flavored liqueur, 1/2 oz lime juice, and 1 1/2 oz iced green tea. Shake well, and pour through a strainer into a martini glass.

Rum Cosmopolitan

While criss-crossing the country extolling the many virtues of Rum we often incorporate cocktails into our seminars. In order to demonstrate the incredible versatility of Rum we have given a Rum make-over to a handful of classic cocktails that everyone knows and loves. The Cosmopolitan is one of these cocktails.

Rum, as well as any spirit and better than most, marries beautifully with fresh fruit juices. The Cosmo offers the perfect stage for Rum to demonstrate its affinity with fruit juice. Our Rum Cosmo is always a hit. It’s fun for us to watch the faces in the crowd go from slightly skeptical to thrilled in a matter of a sip. Try it – you’ll never go back to the original.


  • 2 ounces of quality White Rum
  • 1 ounce cranberry juice
  • 1/2 ounce quality orange liqueur
  • 1/2 ounce fresh squeezed lime juice


In a cocktail shaker add the Rum, orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and lime juice. Top with cubed ice and shake vigorously for 10 seconds. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Add a lime wheel or lime wedge for a tart addition or an orange for a slightly sweeter take.

Cosmopolitan Cocktails

When it comes to pretty in pink, no cocktail beats a cosmo. Normally it's made with vodka, but using a good quality dry gin instead adds an herbal twist that might just change.

Still cosmopolitan, but a bit more worldly. Orange bitters put a little bit of an edge on the sweet cosmo, but beneath that it's still an easy-sipping citrus drink.

Josh makes great cocktails. Be like Josh. Use a top shelf vodka and real cranberry juice (not cranberry "drink") for what we're sure will.

Made with fresh mint, ice cubes, orange juice, orange, lime, lemon, Mandrin vodka, orange liqueur, cranberry juice

Made with lime, white cranberry juice, vodka, orange liqueur, lime juice

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Made with maraschino cherry, cranberry juice, citrus vodka, raspberry liqueur

Keeping a can of frozen orange juice concentrate in the freezer means you can make more than just orange juice. Try it in a variety of orange-flavored recipes.

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Pizza night is always a favorite, especially when you have great tasting pizza from some of the most popular restaurants.

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Cosmopolitan cocktail recipe ingredients

To make a Cosmo, you'll need:

  • Vodka
  • Cointreau
  • Freshly squeezed lime juice
  • Cranberry juice cocktail
  • To garnish, an orange twist or lime wedge

Cosmopolitan Cocktail

The classic Cosmopolitan is a very simple drink that quickly became one of the most popular cocktails of all time. "Sex and the City" made it famous in the 1990s—it was the drink of choice of the show's glamorous Manhattan women. It soon became the ultimate girly drink, even if it's perfect for everyone alike. However, the drink is much older than that. Although its origins are disputed, it seems to have been first mixed in 1985 by Cheryl Cook in South Beach.

Most bartenders know how to make this light fruit cocktail, but you can make it at home with very few ingredients. In the Cosmopolitan, details matter, so choose your alcohol wisely. Go for the top-shelf vodka and don't use Triple Sec in lieu of Cointreau, as the latter is stronger and has a more complex flavor. Our main recipe brings you a Cosmopolitan with a drier profile. It is blush pink rather than red and not overly sweet. Many cocktail enthusiasts consider this a traditional Cosmopolitan as it is more in line with classic Martinis.

There are hundreds of variations on the Cosmo. Some use more or less cranberry juice, some another triple sec instead of Cointreau, and some include citrus or berry vodka. It's all a matter of personal preference. If your tastes run to the sweeter side, there is a variation on our Cosmo below to suit your palate. Enjoy this wonderful drink with your eyes first, take a deep sniff of the citrus peel and oils, and lastly take a sip of this fruity and enjoyable drink.


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