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6 Drinks for Springtime Sipping

Can you feel it? Spring is in the air. Thank goodness, right? It's been a long winter, but now it's time to emerge from our caves and enjoy what nature has to offer. And what better way to enjoy than with a drink in hand? Grab your unbreakable cups, crack open the windows, and take a deep breath. We made it.

6 Drinks for Springtime Sipping

  1. Infused Water: Oh, hey, look at that - we're going to tell you to drink water again! No but seriously, hydration is key. And it's way better when it tastes delicious. With temperatures rising, it just feels right to drop a couple slices of lemon or some herbs into your glass. If you really want to do it up, check out some of these ideas from Culinary Hill.

  1. Mint Julep: Grab your fascinators: we're off to the races. Or at least the backyard. Mint juleps may be the drink of choice for the Kentucky Derby, but they're just as fresh and delicious at home as they are on the track. Here's our go-to recipe to get you started.

  1. Lemonade: It's a classic for a reason. Sweet, bright, citrusy - it's everything you need to banish the winter blues. And also scurvy. You know, if that's something you're worried about. Whatever your motivations, lemonade is endlessly customizable and adds taste and color to any backyard happenings. Look here for some inspiration.

  1. Lavender Syrup: Sweet, calming, dreamy, and floral: lavender syrup exemplifies spring. And it's easy to add into many of your favorite drinks. Mix into earl grey tea for a simple London Fog, or use it to class up a glass of lemonade. If you're in a mood for cocktails, there are plenty of ways to play up this unique flavor. Take a look at this list and see what stands out.

  1. Elderberry Drinks: With just the right balance of tart and sweet, elderberry is a perfect springtime flavor. It's also good for the immune system, so honestly, adding it to your favorite cocktail is just you being healthy. We support that. We also support this elderberry sunset cocktail you'll find at Eating Well.

  1. Iced Tea: Nothing says "warm weather is on the way" like the sound of ice clinking in a pitcher of iced tea. While traditionally a summer drink, there's no reason you can't brew up a batch as soon as the snow starts to melt. Making your own iced tea lets you experiment with colors and flavors. It also lets you control just how much sweetness you want to add. Not sure where to start? Give this post a look for inspiration.

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