Drinks

Boozy Frozen Drinks to Beat the Heat

Keep cool with our favorite slushy cocktail recipes
view as slideshow

Rosé All Day, Slushy Style

This easy-sipping “frosé” cocktail is your new go-to summer drink.

>Get the recipe

photo: Lizzie Munro

Frozen Bourbon Milk Punch

This velveteen sipper from New Orleans is as tasty as it looks.

>Get the recipe

photo: Alison Gootee

Mint Julep Slush

The easiest way to mix this classic bourbon cocktail for a crowd? Freeze it.

>Get the recipe

photo: Margaret Houston

Spiked Milkshakes

Madagascar Malt, Peach Poundcake, or Peanut Butter and Roasted Banana—The liquor in these drool-worthy milkshakes is optional, but a shot of the hard stuff in a chilly drink sure can help to beat this heat.

>Get the recipes

photo: Margaret Houston

Concord Grape Julep

This twist on the julep is so refreshing, we’ve even put it on our cover.

>Get the recipe

photo: Michael Turex

Blended La Floridita Daiquiri

A serious frozen cocktail from Houston’s Anvil Bar & Refuge.

>Get the recipe

photo: Johnny Autry

Bourbon Root Beer Float

An old-fashioned favorite becomes a craft cocktail.

>Get the recipe

photo: Brennan Wesley

Rocket Booster

A frozen weekend cocktail made with honeysuckle vodka, Campari, and Tang (yes, Tang).

>Get the Recipe

photo: STEPHEN DEVRIES

Shuck Shack Limonade

A concoction that starts with Texas’ Deep Eddy Lemon vodka, simple syrup, and fresh lemon juice—with a lime-flavored paleta upside-down in the cup.

>Get the recipe

photo: Shuck Shack

Fino Hemingway Slush

Tart and fruity, this portable, freeze-in-a-bag cocktail swaps the rum in Ernest’s favorite Daiquiri for nutty (and lower-alcohol) sherry.

>Get the recipe

photo: Margaret Houston

Pink Pigeon

A twist on the Sno-Ball with Amaretto, sour cherry syrup, and white rum.

>Get the recipe

photo: Johnny Autry

Royal Americano Slush

Campari, Coke, and sweet vermouth make for a bittersweet refresher.

>Get the recipe

photo: Margaret Houston

Sponsored Stories