Stay cool with this roundup of seasonal sippers. We've got something for everyone!
We used Blake Juicery's "Clean Buzz" juice in this juiced-up tequila cocktail, but you can sub in any "beety" juice you've got available to you.
Edible DC wants us to be cool as a cucumber by drinking one!
A bright-red, low-alcohol cocktail. This cocktail from Edible Milwaukee isn't just gorgeous. It features strawberries and purple basil and is a spicy-sweet sipper.
A Kale cocktail? You bet! From Catherine Walthers' Kale, Glorious Kale, it's certainly one way to get your vegetables.
Strawberry Shrub and the Serenissima Cocktail
Shrubs are a sweet-sour mixture of fruit and vinegar. If you're not in the mood for this cocktail from Edible Boston, stir a spoonful or two of your shrub into a glass of seltzer and enjoy a non-alcoholic treat instead.
From Edible Santa Barbara, this recipe for agua fresca is everything you want on a hot summer day: refreshing, cold, and just a little sweet.
Classic Whiskey Sour
Feeling retro? A whiskey sour, served up or on the rocks, fits the bill any time of year.
Make a quick fruit syrup and shake up a sweet-tart cocktail. A perfect pairing for your next garden party (or any warm summer evening).
A gently fermented beverage from Jennifer McGruther of Nourished Kitchen.
Edible Vancouver gives us yet another way to drink our vegetables. 2015's Canada Day is July 1st, and this drink is a great addition to the festivities!
Got pawpaws? This non-alcoholic shake from Edible Michiana is a way to enjoy get all the flavor out of this relatively-unknown (in the United States, anyway) fruit.
Homemade Chocolate Almond Milk
Make your own almond milk courtesy of Mimi Kirk, author of Modern Juicing - DIY and can control the amount of sugar you use.