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4 Lemony, Lip-Smacking Drinks That Will Get You Through Summer

Cool off with these 3-ingredient thirst-quenchers—they're so much more interesting than lemonade!

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lemon drinks
Photography by: Pernille Loof

No offense to summer’s main squeeze, but these refreshing lemonade spin-offs don’t contain any fresh lemons at all. Instead, they use the fruit in different forms, from sorbet to liqueur. One drink is bubbly, another is herbal, a third is sweet, and the fourth is tangy. But all are citrusy and special.

Lemongrass-Mint Iced Tea
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Limoncello Sparkler

Prosecco becomes summer entertaining-worthy with the addition of limoncello and fresh rosemary.

 

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Lemongrass-Mint Iced Tea
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Lemongrass-Mint Iced Tea

Bright lemongrass provides the citrus flavor here. Stalks are steeped with mint tea and honey overnight, then served over ice.

 

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Frosty Coconut Lemonade
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Frosty Coconut Lemonade

Kids and adults alike will adore this frozen "lemonade" made with coconut milk, lemon sorbet, and frozen raspberries. It's dessert in a glass!

 

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Preserved-Lemon Spritzer
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Preserved-Lemon Spritzer

Having a stash of preserved lemons in the fridge is like having money in the bank. Pick up a jar at the store or whip up a batch of our fennel-and-coriander version for this fizzy, refreshing drink—it lends a wonderful savory note.

 

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