Mixes for Hard Seltzers
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Check out some of these cocktail ideas that will turn up any hard seltzers.
Sub It In For A Non-Alcoholic Soda Or Mixer In A Cocktail
You can’t really go wrong pairing a spiked seltzer with a clear spirit. Sub out soda in your vodka soda for a lime hard seltzer. Pretty much any citrus-flavored hard seltzer with a little honey will go great with gin.
Add It To Your Aperol Spritz
If you’re Team “Aperol Spritz Is Good”, make a hard seltzer version of the cocktail, subbing in your seltzer of choice for either the club soda or the prosecco.
Make A Wine Spritzer
Wine spritzers typically mix white wine, club soda, some bitters, and citrus. Try using your hard seltzer of choice in place of the club soda for a boozy brunchtime drink.
Add Mint, Lavender, Or Your Cocktail Herb Of Choice
Another easy way to make your hard seltzer seem extra fancy? Add a sprig of lavender or a few mint leaves. A little greenery goes a long way to making you drink look cute and taste even better.
Make A Knock-Off French 75
The French 75 is usually made with gin, champagne, lemon juice, and sugar. Make a more affordable version by using lemon hard seltzer in place of the champagne.
Add A Splash Of Infused Simple Syrup
Imagine: cardamom-infused simple syrup with a grapefruit hard seltzer. Jalapeno infused simple syrup with Mango White Claw or Lime Truly. These could be your reality with just a simple syrup infused with your flavor of choice.