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9 summery and refreshing lacroix cocktail recipes

Posted August 2
Updated August 4

Are you one of the many devoted fans of the calorie-free sparkling water LaCroix? Did you know that the fizzy beverage can be mixed with your liquor (or liquors) of choice to make some seriously refreshing cocktails? Check out these 10 delicious adult libations made with the popular flavored seltzer (pronounced la-croy, for the record).

1. Spicy Paloma

If you like a your cocktail with a little kick, try this twist on the classic tequila-and-grapefruit-based drink with grapefruit-flavor LaCroix. Real jalapenos give it a dash of heat.

Get the recipe: Sugar and Cloth

Sugar and Cloth

2. Red Wine Berry Spritzer

Spritzers are a good way to reduce your cocktail calories, so if you’re looking for something on the lighter side, mix up this sweet spritzer made with blueberries or raspberries, red wine and Mixed Berry LaCroix.

Get the recipe: Aggie’s Kitchen

Aggie's Kitchen

3. Skinny Peach Mojito

Another diet-friendly option, this summery mojito features fresh peaches, rum and Lemon LaCroix.

Get the recipe: Sweet Phi

Sweet Phi

4. Tropical Rum Punch

If you want to feel like you’ve been transported to a beach somewhere in the Caribbean, sip on this rum punch that is light on alcohol and big on flavor, made with fresh mango and Coconut LaCroix.

Get the recipe: Spache the Spatula

Spache the Spatula

5. Sparkling Lemon Drop Martini

For those who like to keep it classy with their cocktails, this tart martini made with Lemon LaCroix is as sophisticated as they come.

Get the recipe: With Salt and Wit

With Salt and Wit

6. Cherry Lime Sparkle Cocktail

This sweet and bubbly drink is reminiscent of a kiddie cocktail. But don’t worry-this one is spiked with Cointreau.

Get the recipe: Making It With Stephany

Making It With Stephany

7. Lemon Berry Cocktail

A twist on the classic summer combo of vodka and lemonade, this refreshing drink uses blueberry vodka plus frozen berries to pack a fruity punch, and it is finished off with Lemon LaCroix.

Get the recipe: A Short Blonde

A Short Blonde

8. Paradise In A Glass

If you want to feel like you’re a million miles from reality, be transported to your own private paradise with this coconut-heavy cocktail that also features pineapple. Oh, and vodka. Vodka is key.

Get the recipe: Boxwood Ave.

Boxwood Avenue

9. Cucumber Cocktail

It doesn’t get more refreshing than cucumber. Featuring fresh basil and cucumber, this gin cocktail made with Lime LaCroix is practically a health food.

Get the recipe: Red Stamp

Red Stamp

This story originally appeared on Simplemost. Checkout Simplemost for other great tips and ideas to make the most out of life.


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