Farmer’s Market Inspired Summer Cocktails

A compilation of creative and refreshing farmer’s market inspired summer cocktails highlighting seasonal ingredients from food bloggers around the web.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

I don’t know if you can tell based on some of my recent posts, but I’ve been having kind of a summery beverage moment lately. There’s just something about a refreshing cocktail made with peak season produce that makes me a little bit giddy, especially in the warmer months. So I decided to ride that train all the way to the station and put together a collection of farmer’s market inspired summer cocktails from some of my favorite fellow food bloggers.

These farmer’s market inspired summer cocktails feature some of the best produce the season has to offer. Pineapples, peaches, watermelon, cherries, cucumbers, basil and more all make an appearance in this cocktail recipe roundup. My favorite libations always incorporate some sort of fresh fruit or herb component, so I definitely want to make them all at some point this summer.

I guess it makes sense since I follow a seasonal philosophy when it comes to my cooking that my cocktail preferences would follow suit. Check them all out and let me know which one of these farmer’s market inspired summer cocktails you would make first! Happy summer sipping!

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

White Peach Tarragon Frosè from Le Petit Eats.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Black Cherry Bourbon Cola Smash from Supergolden Bakes.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Gin and Basil Cucumber Smash from Kitchen Sanctuary.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Mezcal Mango Smash from Vanilla and Bean.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Jalapeño Watermelon Margarita from Nutmeg Nanny.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Strawberry Salty Dog from Running to the Kitchen.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Passion Fruit Caiproska from Mommy’s Home Cooking.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Spiked Iced Peach Green Tea from Le Petit Eats.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Cherry Moscato Slush from Salt and Lavender.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Cucumber Jalapeño Margarita from Isabel Eats.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Mango Coco Agua Fresca with Ginger and Rum from The Bojon Gourmet.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Strawberry Peach Sweet Tea Julep from Half Baked Harvest.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Pineapple Punch with Ginger Beer from A Beautiful Plate.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Coconut Kaffiritas from Kale and Caramel.

farmer's market inspired summer cocktails

Watermelon Frosè from Yummy Mummy Kitchen.

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Comments

    1. Denisse Post author

      Thanks Natasha! I love your blog & photography so it was a no-brainer! Glad I was able to share one of your lovely recipes!

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  1. Amber

    I’m not much of a drinker, but I love to try and find new cocktails and recipes. These drinks look refreshing, pretty, and looks like they come with a good time. I will definitely be pinning, sharing, and posting everywhere I can. I can’t wait to try some of these recipes.

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  2. Andrea

    For real? These cocktails are just mouthwatering!! And the photos!!! OMG! I loved your pictures!!! I wish I could double tap the pics and then *boom!* the drinks appear magically in front of me! 🙈 I’m so pinning this so that I can come back to it several more times!!

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  3. Deborah

    I’ve been on a peach kick myself lately just because it’s in season and it makes for a lovely addition to any meal! I’m going to have to try that peach sweet tea julep!

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  4. Daniela Miovska

    They all look so refreshing! I would love to try them all, thanks for sharing! Great photos!

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  5. Jolina

    Oh my word everything on here looks amazing! Which to try first?? Good thing we have the whole summer to try them out. I think I’ll start with Jalapeño Watermelon Margarita because margarita 🙂

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