5 Essential Cocktail Recipes to Celebrate Spring

From the classic Tom Collins to a citrusy absinthe punch, these drinks will make you forget winter ever happened.

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Yesterday marked the first official day of spring. Can we get a hallelujah! We’ve already started planning our springtime drinking agenda, starting with these five recipes for refreshing warm-weather libations courtesy of Liquor.com.

From the classic Tom Collins cocktail to a citrusy absinthe punch, these drinks will make you forget winter ever happened.

Tom Collins

This refreshing gin drink is so famous they named the glass after it. Learn how to make a Tom Collins cocktail from famed bartender and Liquor.com advisory board member Simon Ford.

 

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Margarita

A slight twist on the classic Margarita, this tequila cocktail was invented at Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant in San Francisco.

 

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Daiquiri

This simple cocktail recipe is not for the blended version of the Daiquiri but instead for a truly delicious dark rum cocktail, served up.

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Green Beast Cocktail

Simon Ford shares how to mix up his favorite absinthe cocktail, The Green Beast. This refreshing punch is great for sharing.

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Pisco Sour

Both Chile and Peru claim this classic as their own. Top San Francisco bartender H. Joseph Ehrmann shows you how to make a Pisco Sour.

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  • Callao77

    “Both Chile and Peru claim this classic as their own”…… Excuse me?? ” Pisco is part of Peruvian history, unlike Chile that changed the name of a town to “Pisco” in order to steal the designation of origin. Read the Chilean story!
    In the video… of course he uses one of the best Piscos, Pisco Porton, made in Peru.

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