A collection of our most refreshing teas, lemonades, and non-alcoholic drinks that are sure to please adults and kids alike.
Lemonade and fresh mint leaves provide a flavorful fruit twist to this classic summer drink. One reader suggested adding a
tablespoon of orange-flavored vodka to a glass of the drink to add a grown-up kick.
This is exceptional when made with freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Great for a summer party, this peach sweet tea punch is a refreshing crowd pleaser.
Serve Ginger-Orange "mocktails" for moms-to-be at a baby shower. Garnish with orange slices and fresh mint springs.
Shake your thirst with an inviting glass of Blackberry Sweet Tea. For the garnish, cut desired amount of wooden skewers into
5-inch lengths; then place fresh blackberries on skewers.
This kid-friendly punch makes a special treat out of lemonade mix by mixing it with the tropical flavor of pineapple juice
and the bubbly carbonation in ginger ale. Serve with paper cocktail umbrellas for a fun entertaining touch.
Infuse a basic black tea with a burst of tropical flavor and a little sweet basil.
This lime soda is a refreshing drink for a picnic. For an adult version, stir in 2/3 cup vodka. The leftover simple syrup
can always be stirred into unsweetened iced tea.
Instead of sweetening your iced tea with sugar, use honey instead. Add some grated fresh ginger for a delightful twist.
Juicy summer melon is even more refreshing when blended with ginger ale, limeade, and a hint of fresh ginger. Substitute watermelon
or honeydew if you like.
Pineapple, orange, lemon juice, and cloves help upgrade this Southern classic. Garnish with lemon slices for a memorable drink.
This simple mixture of orange juice and lemon-lime soft drink offers the refreshing bubbles from the carbonated soda with
the tang of citrus juice.
Blueberries and lemon add a refreshing flair to iced tea for your next summer get-together.
A fun mocktail you can garnish with margarita salt, limes and cherries. Add a little tequila and a splash of orange liqueur
for an extra kick.
Only Southerners understand just how sweet tea should be. Add the full cup of sugar to this recipe if you like yours extra
Lavender and mint add a fresh herb flair to classic lemonade. This recipe is perfect for lemonade stands and backyard parties
Complete a classic Southern meal with this elegant sipper.
Kick back and relax with this satisfying mocktail.
Try this refreshing and flowery twist on the classic hot-weather staple.
Use club soda instead of water to make this a bubbly sipper.
Try this cooler with gin, vodka, rum, or tequila.