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72 Fabulous, Fruity Cocktails: It’s Summer All Year Round 🍹

72 Fabulous, Fruity Cocktails: It’s Summer All Year Round 🍹

In today’s guide to fruit cocktails, we welcome you to our list of 72 excellent choices for when you need a few (or 72!) new recipes for fruity cocktails!

Next time you want to feel like you are escaping life at a top notch resort far away from the worries or stressors of life, we suggest that in addition to putting on some relaxing music, some fruity mixed drinks will certainly add to that ambiance! 

No matter whether you are making them for some self-care time or to impress your friends at your winter luau, fruity drinks always seem to taste like a vacation in the Caribbean! 

The careful combination of fruit and alcohol is quite refreshing year round, but especially in the summertime. 

Each season has its own fresh fruits so that can guide your selection, though most can now be found year round. 

Some folks do not like the hard edge that comes with alcohol, so the addition of fruit makes it delicious and easy to enjoy. 

Maybe you just want something a bit unique or simply looking to add some variety in your rotation. 

Like the zesty Pink Grapefruit Martini or the classic cranberry delight Cape Cod, a fall flavorful Apple Cider Cocktail, or the fruity plus-one of the Blackberry Moscow Mule!

And it doesn’t get more refreshing than the flavor combo in #44… 🍹🍹🍹

The fruity cocktail recipes found in this list are not only delicious but also simple to assemble. 

Go all the way to #72 for a more tropical surprise.


Table of Contents

1. Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade

You’ll make a new summertime best friend with this easy blackberry drink.

It has a deep, earthy flavor without being heavy, making it ideal for brunch or a sunny afternoon drink.

Simply mix your ingredients, shake with ice, then garnish with the tonic water and rosemary sprig.

This refreshing summertime beverage is just the thing to get you ready for the weekend.

This cocktail is incredibly refreshing because of the combination of fresh blackberries and somewhat sweet ginger beer.

In a matter of minutes and with only 5 ingredients, you may be enjoying a fabulously fresh fruit cocktail.

This version of the mango tango beats out all the others.

Even in winter, you may pretend to relax on a Caribbean beach with this refreshing Mango Tango cocktail.

This delectable tropical rum drink takes just 5 minutes to whip up and is a pleasant blend of mango, orange, and coconut tastes.

Take a taste of this fruity and refreshing beverage if you need to relax; it may easily be made alcohol-free.

You may quickly become the best bartender in your neighborhood with just a fruit spread and a few other simple ingredients.

To add a unique flavor, garnish with mint and slices of fresh lemon or dried orange.

Infused with the spicy autumn warmth, this drink combines the best of both worlds, combining the essence of late summer fruit with the smokiness of grilled flavors.

Grill up some late summer peaches if you haven’t already, and then sip on this easy but feisty cocktail that will win over even the most staunch bourbon skeptics.

That’s loaded with good-for-you ingredients and devoid of dairy, gluten, and refined sugar. 

Try this rum punch recipe, and you’ll feel like you’ve entered a tropical paradise. 

It has a mild sweetness without being sickening and tastes incredibly fresh, like something you’d get at the Caribbean pressed juice bar, where they’re known to spike a few drinks.

To make this recipe more visually appealing, add lime, orange zest, and edible flowers as a garnish.

You may thank this cocktail for your daydreams of summer!

It’s guaranteed to become one of your biggest pet peeves regarding fruity cocktails because it’s refreshing and has just the right amount of sweetness.

This cocktail’s mint, cucumber, and blackberry syrup are exquisite, and the gin gives it an incredible kick.

It’s finished off with a touch of juiciness, tanginess, and fruitiness from the blackberry syrup.

If you want to perk up your disposition using ingredients you probably already have, mix together this cocktail!

Fruity and refreshing, this cocktail is like a breath of fresh air in a glass, thanks to the combination of berries, fresh citrus, and bubbly. 

If your kitchen doesn’t have all the ingredients, don’t worry; you can easily substitute something similar.

This cocktail recipe serves two, so share it with a friend or your significant other.

This White Orange Sangria is simple to make using fresh oranges and white wine, and it’s the ideal summer beverage for sipping while lounging by the pool or hosting a party.

The cocktail is perfect for people who crave something sweet but are watching their calorie intake.

Put a slice of orange and a fun straw in each glass as a garnish.

Making this white sangria is as simple as combining white wine, rum, pineapple, orange, mango, lychee, and passion fruit syrup.

You can have this refreshing Tropical Passion Fruit Sangria ready to serve in just a few minutes.

Just throw the ingredients into a pitcher and top it off with your favorite tropical fruit.

Serve chilled for your next summer party!

The lychee mojito is a flowery twist on the classic mojito.

Super fragrant lychee fruit and canned lychee syrup are the basis for this cocktail, which also features overtones of fresh strawberries and rose water.

Extra rose water will convert this lychee mojito into a drink of perfume, but just a splash will perk up the flowery flavors and add depth.

The muddled strawberry pieces in the bottom of the glass look pretty and taste great.

This Raspberry Vodka Lemonade should be your first choice when you’re in the mood for something sweet, tangy, and slightly alcoholic.

This easy-to-follow recipe for vodka lemonade is great for entertaining a large group.

You can mix together a great cocktail every time with these ingredients, whether you’re creating one for yourself or a whole pitcher’s worth.

Try using homemade lemonade or fresh raspberries to make a truly memorable cocktail.

This white sangria is a refreshing alternative to the traditional red variety; it’s fruity, not overly sugary, and goes down smoothly.

If you have the time and the opportunity to plan ahead, you should prepare this recipe a day before a party or event so that the flavors can combine and mellow.

Use whatever berries, oranges, nectarines, peaches, etc., you have on hand, whether frozen or fresh.

Watermelons and cucumbers are summertime staples, and when combined in a refreshing beverage, they are guaranteed to please everyone at your backyard BBQ.

As far as fruit cocktails go, the watermelon cucumber cocktail is the pinnacle.

The cucumber is muddled with freshly squeezed watermelon juice to start.

Adding St. Germain, vodka, and soda will make this recipe refreshing.

This peach strawberry sangria may look labor-intensive, but it comes together in no time.

This is incredibly refreshing, thanks to fresh fruit like peaches, strawberries, lemons, and rainier cherries.

This recipe gets its authentic fruity flavor from infusing the alcohol with fresh fruit, which is best done by letting the fruit rest in the alcohol for 2-6 hours before serving.

White wine, mango, strawberries, raspberries, and orange come together in this sweet, simple drink that looks great when served.

This white sangria recipe is ideal for warm weather with its refreshing fruitiness.

Also, the flavors combine beautifully as they sit, giving the impression that you spent much more time on it than you actually did.

Over ice, mix the peach schnapps, vodka, and orange juice for this refreshing drink.

This cocktail recipe will quickly become your favorite, whether enjoying it on a hot summer night or sipping it on a chilly winter day while fantasizing about the sunshine.

In this cocktail, vodka is mellowed by a combination of orange juice and peachtree syrup, which adds richness.

This strawberry mojito is a simple twist on the original, combining the usual lime, mint, and club soda with the addition of fresh, ripe berries.

This refreshing cocktail is balanced with just the sweetness (from the stevia).

Berries and mint add more flavor to the drink over time, counteracting the watering down caused by melting ice.

However, it’s best consumed right away, as the lime’s bitterness will become apparent after some time has passed.

Try this Gilligan’s Island Cocktail if you like sweet tropical drinks or if you’re a fan of the show that gave it its name.

Just four ingredients—orange juice, cranberry juice, peach schnapps, and coconut vodka—make this a relatively easy drink.

Simply combine all ingredients in a highball glass, then garnish with an orange wedge, peach slice, and maraschino cherry on a bamboo cocktail pick.

Wanna spend the day by the pool? 

Then, you need this cocktail recipe!

It’s a beautiful red color and a fruity beverage that became famous thanks to the Tom Cruise film Cocktail.

It is believed that the creators of this cocktail, which features Southern Comfort, sloe gin, and amaretto, were students at the University of Alabama in the mid-1970s.

They claim that this vivid crimson beverage is the official drink of Crimson Tide.

The name suggests that this fruity cocktail is a good time, so expect to enjoy its refreshing taste.

This beverage is sneaky because it fools the palate into thinking it contains less alcohol than it actually does.

Two ounces of vodka and one full ounce of peach schnapps are hidden behind all that delicious fruit juice, plus a special something in this version.

This recipe for a rich and frothy cocktail made with Rumchata, bananas, rum, and cream is guaranteed to be a hit.

Adding sliced banana, cinnamon, and cherry would take this from lovely to spectacular.

With its slight spin on the traditional Pina Colada, this refreshing cocktail is the ideal way to unwind at the end of a long day.

This tropical Banana Rum Punch is a delightful blend of fruity and refreshing beachy flavors. 

It looks beautiful in a glass with an ombre effect, like a tequila sunrise!

Pouring the grenadine slowly down the side of the glass creates a beautiful ombre effect reminiscent of a sunset.

Slices of orange and lemon should be used as a garnish.

This is the best drink for those last hot days of summer.

The recipe is not only attractive but also simple to prepare and flavorful. 

The recipe’s pairing of rosé and peaches seemed like a natural fit.

The result is a sangria that is nothing short of fantastic.

Chilling the mixture allows the rosé, peach liqueur, peach juice, and simple syrup to fully infuse, after which fresh peaches, strawberries, and raspberries are added.

This delectable cocktail, often called a “Lava Flow” after the film Miami Vice, is excellent for serving at a pool party, barbecue, or another outdoor gathering.

This refreshing cocktail is a fusion of the classic strawberry daiquiri and the classic pina colada; it’s frozen, fantastic, and only takes about 10 minutes to make.

Garnish with pineapple, strawberry, cherry, whipped cream, and even a miniature paper umbrella for an elegant presentation.

Do you need anything to help you forget about the gloom of winter?

Yes, this one is for you!

This spicy and tangy margarita is made with grapefruit juice, muddled jalapeno, and a rim of sweet and salty chili powder.

Want to feed a lot of people?

To create enough margaritas for a large group, simply multiply the ingredients by two, three, or more.

This Strawberry Mango Margarita On The Rocks recipe is adorned with a fast chipotle sea salt rim. 

It features a harmonious blend of citrus, a hint of sweetness, fresh strawberries, and a subtle smokiness.
The natural tastes of the tequila’s earthy agave notes complement the smoky notes of the chipotle rim, creating perfect harmony in this simple and fruity margarita.

Just combine vodka, Hawaiian punch, pineapple juice, ginger ale, and orange juice in a pitcher, and you’ve got a simple fruit punch perfect for parties and festivities.

It’s simple to prepare in bulk and may be frozen for later use as a slushie drink.

Juicy pineapple, tart lemon, and sweet Maraschino cherries work wonderfully as garnishes.

Made with a passion fruit puree blend, vodka, and Cointreau for subtle citrus notes, these martinis on-the-go in just 5 minutes, making them ideal for a romantic evening at home.

A passion fruit martini is a fruity take on the traditional martini that includes passion fruit puree juice and a splash of Cointreau for a citrusy kick.

Therefore, if you are a martini fan, you must try this!

Feel free to add passion to your everyday beer or wine by spicing it up a little.

Pineapple juice and vodka are already delicious, so why not combine the two for a Pineapple Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Slush?

This drink is the epitome of summer refreshment, with sweet strawberry and pineapple fruit juices, tangy lemonade, and the invigorating kick of vodka.

It’s a lovely, multicolored vodka lemonade perfect for a celebration.

It’s safe to assume that you’ll want to enjoy these slushies with a company, so don’t hesitate to extend an invitation.

This drink with a golden sugar rim uses tequila, cranberry juice, apple cider, and orange juice for a tart, extra fruity take on a traditional favorite.

Apples chopped thinly and/or twisted strips of orange peel are a great addition to this recipe as a garnish.

Fresh orange juice rounds off this drink with a pleasant flavor.

There’s no way your visitors would be satisfied with just one glass of this, so it’s good that the recipe can be easily multiplied to produce a pitcher.

Easy to whip up and bursting with flavor, the mango melona soju cocktail combines two classic Korean treats: melona ice cream bars and soju.

It’s simple to put together, adorable to look at (especially with the popsicle sticking out), and offers a modicum of interactivity.

With the melting mango melona bar, the mango soju becomes a creamy, fruity drink.

You must try this cocktail to believe it is much like mango candy.

You need only a cocktail shaker to have an extraordinary experience with this drink.

It’s ideal for those who enjoy mixing drinks but want a low-maintenance approach at home.

Garnishing this Apple Bourbon Cocktail with fresh herbs is a beautiful way to enhance the drinking experience; the aroma of the spices will be the first thing you notice as you put the glass to your lips.

Indeed an excellent way to unwind is with a blood orange margarita, a mouthwatering and colorful variation on the classic cocktail that will make any event feel extra special.

The vibrant red color of the blood oranges and their zesty, refreshing flavor make this recipe a real party starter.

Indulge in this margarita in moderation and have a blast at your next picnic, BBQ, or party.

Relax with a delicious and refreshing summer drink as the sun sets.

It makes one long to relax on a beautiful beach, at a tropical resort, or by a cruise ship’s pool.

You can also make this tasty beverage right in your kitchen!

The hue blue is guaranteed to catch your eye as well.

This recipe is sweet, lush, and refreshing, thanks to the mix of pineapple, mango, dark rum, blue curacao, and grenadine.

This can be consumed as is, but if you give it a little stir, it will take on a lovely aqua hue.

It’s time to get the ingredients for this drink together, so don’t hang around any longer: ice, dark rum, pineapple juice, mango juice or puree, grenadine, and blue curacao.

This vodka spritzer gets its gorgeous pink hue from muddled blackberries and its refreshing flavor from the addition of cucumber and mint.

This fizzy Blackberry-Cucumber-Vanilla Vodka Spritzer should be on your summer must-do list if you plan to indulge in fruity beverages.

To get the best fruity flavor out of this spritzer, add the cucumber juice, blackberries, and mint to a cocktail shaker and vigorously mix until the berries break down.

Do you need a vacation badly?

With this frozen Mango Daiquiri, you can transform your kitchen into a tropical paradise.

White rum, orange liqueur, lime juice, a bit of sugar, frozen pineapple, and mango chunks combine to make a sweet and fruity cocktail that is ideal for a summertime vacation.

For the uninitiated, limoncello is just an Italian lemon liqueur.

In this cocktail or on its own, its lovely sweet, and tangy lemon flavor shines through.

This raspberry lemonade recipe calls for only four ingredients: frozen or fresh raspberries, Meyer lemons, sugar or honey, and water, making it ideal for a last-minute get-together with friends.

This Tsunami Drink Cocktail is also fantastic, whether you’re having a romantic dinner for two or a late-night bash without the kids.

This recipe creates bright colors and delightful flavors.

This is an ideal cocktail for a day at the beach or a night under the stars. 

Remove the alcohol from this Tsunami and replace it with peach-flavored juice and coconut water for a non-alcoholic variation.

Keep this New Year’s Eve recipe in your back pocket.

The cocktail’s star ingredient is the bittersweet pomegranate juice; for best results, use only 100% pomegranate juice.

Frozen berries, as opposed to ice cubes, are preferable because they don’t water down the drink and are delicious to snack on afterward.

For a crisp floral finish, sprinkle on some fresh raspberries and a sprig of thyme.

The Bourbon Peach Smash is a fruity, sweet, and spicy drink, ideal for sipping before a night spent by the fire on the beach.

You only need a shaker with a strainer, a muddler, and a rocks glass to make this simple cocktail, which is perfect for the carefree spirit of summer.

The ice for this cocktail should be ample.

Pour in the smash in your glass full of ice, kick up your feet, and enjoy!

With its refreshing blend of mint and lime, this cocktail is the ideal treat for the warm summer months.

Adding raspberries to the cocktail brings beautiful color and delightfully subtle flavor to the glass.

Instead of simply pouring sugar into the drink, this recipe calls for boiling raspberries and sugar to make a syrup; the combination of the sugar and the raspberry juice really amps up the flavor, making for a delightful twist on the classic.

Blackberries and fresh lemon juice complement each other beautifully in this drink recipe.

It’s a gorgeous cocktail that’s great for sipping on a warm day or evening.

This cocktail’s white liquor component adds delicate sweetness while giving the fruit its due prominence.

This Bahama Mama is a real treat for your taste buds, with its bright, fruity tastes and ultra-smooth rum.

Picture yourself returning home to this after an exhausting day.

Just a drink is all it takes to forget the day’s worries.

In addition to having a small ingredient list, it also has a moderate amount of alcohol.

Enjoy a delicious treat with this Washington Apple Cocktail.

There is no burning sensation from alcohol in this cocktail; instead, you get a fruity flavor.

You may be skeptical that a drink made with pineapple and cranberry juices could taste anything like its name, but you’d be wrong.

Apple liqueur, cranberry juice, and pineapple juice complement the whiskey nicely in this cocktail, making it ideal for social drinkers.

A pineapple screwdriver is a versatile cocktail that may be enjoyed at any time of day or night, whether for brunch, an afternoon drink, or even before bedtime.

It requires only three essential ingredients to make: pineapple juice, orange juice, and vodka.

With only five minutes, you may make this refreshing and energizing beverage.

The pineapple and coconut in this Malibu Bay Breeze will have you feeling like you’re already on vacation.

The only thing lacking will be the salty air and soft sand between your toes.

One sip will have you reach for more and more of this quick and easy cocktail until it becomes your new favorite drink.

The combination of cranberry, pineapple, and coconut is a flavor combination you will absolutely adore.

Get yourself a bright and smooth Hurricane, so called not for the storm it resembles but for the shape of the glass in which it is served.

Just one sip of this concoction, which is made with many kinds of rum and a variety of sugary juices, and you’ll be transported to the beach or a party in New Orleans.

The big batch version of this drink can be prepared 24 hours in advance, so you can relax and enjoy the celebration.

Last but certainly not least is this energizing drink, which combines papaya’s juiciness, sweetness, and creaminess with the fresh, bright, and spicy flavor of green bell pepper and jalapeno.

This tropical cocktail has a buttery, tropical flavor and a silky, slightly thick consistency; you will adore it.

The spicy jalapeno syrup goes great with the fruity flavor.

Sipping this in the sun on the balcony sounds like a great idea.

What do you get when you mix together citrus flavored vodka, 100% cranberry juice, fresh lime juice and sparkling water?  

A bubbly, red, delicious sparkling vodka cranberry cocktail! 

Add a few sugared cranberries on top of these fruity bar drinks if it is holiday time, and you are all set!

There might be a hundred fruity cocktail recipes that are versions of a martini. 

This one is the Mexican one with tequila, Cointreau, lime juice and olive juice. 

Yes, it’s a delightful mix of sweet and savory, a bit of sour with a bit of zing. 

It has elements of a martini crossed with elements of a margarita for a stunning taste.

Fruity alcoholic drinks don’t always need the fruit to be freshly squeezed. 

Sometimes, store bought juice works perfectly fine as it does for the grapefruit juice part in this grapefruit martini recipe.

It calls for grapefruit juice, vodka, orange liqueur, but then specifically fresh lime juice.  

Read carefully before starting to get spectacular results.

Feeling a little more on the exotic side of things on your fruity cocktails search? 

Let me introduce you to the lychee martini. 

If using fresh lychee, be sure they are a ripe pink or red, remove the skin and separate the meat from the seed inside. 

Then muddle it for the juice or pop it in a small food processor.  

The other ingredients are vodka, lemon juice and orange liquor.

As quick fruity mixed drinks go, this one has a few shortcuts to be just that.

For the lemon vodka you can use bottled lemon juice, vodka, Cointreau, soda water and sugar.

That is right, just throw that sugar right in!  

And shake, shake, shake!

This classy drink is one of the fruity drinks you will be asked to serve again.  

This cranberry Prosecco cocktail is made of Cointreau, unsweetened cranberry juice, and Prosecco. 

The presentation is stunning with sugar or white frosting on each champagne flute rim, with frozen or fresh cranberries and rosemary as garnish.

No shaker is needed for some fruity alcoholic drinks like this Cape Cod cocktail. 

Vodka and cranberry juice gets mixed with ice cubes. 

After stirring, squeeze the juice from a lime slice in the glass and toss it on in. 

If the juice was unsweetened, add a little simple syrup for a touch of sweetness.

The best place to start a fall apple cider cocktail is from a fruity bar drinks recipe.

You can use your own favorite alcohol as the base and capitalize on the amazing apple harvest that autumn brings.

There are pictures and a video and variations and garnish ideas and even menu options!

Got to love a customizable recipe!

We all love a delicious pineapple upside down cake, so fruity mixed drinks that go by the same name absolutely have to be sweetly tantalizing. 

It calls for pineapple juice, cake flavored vodka, amaretto, fresh lime juice, and grenadine.

Cherries and pineapple slices make for a decidedly fruity presentation.

As fruity bar drinks go, the frozen strawberry daiquiri is a popular one, so let’s see how to make it at home! 

Needed ingredients are frozen strawberries, sugar, vodka, and lime juice.

Mix these all together in a blender till smooth and ta-da, drinks are served! 

Garnish with sliced strawberries and sliced lime wheels alternated on a cocktail toothpick. 

The deep rich berry color in this cocktail says “holidays” to me more than any other of our fruity cocktail recipes. 

This one instructs spiced rum, pomegranate juice, Cointreau and ginger beer to be stirred together. 

Then, the glasses are filled with frozen berries and the cocktail poured on top. 

The frozen berries act like ice keeping the drink cold without diluting it.

This strikingly bright green colored cocktail with the melon flavored liqueur takes sour to another level of fruity alcoholic drinks.

It is easily made by simply adding vodka, Midori, lemon juice and lime juice in a tumbler with ice. 

Top it off with a glug of club soda and garnish with a cherry before serving.

This is a shake up of the Moscow mule using blackberry jam. 

You read right. Blackberry jam! 

A super fun way to add fruit and sweetness to fruity cocktails. 

Shake together vodka, lime juice and blackberry jam with ice. 

Pour into glasses with ice and top each with ginger beer and garnish with lime wedge or fresh blackberries. 

Beautiful and delicious!

Some fruity bar drinks date back over 100 years like this one. 

Excellent instructions are given to capture the intended flavors by properly combining gin, dry vermouth, raspberry syrup, lemon juice and an egg white. 

Easy recipe for homemade raspberry syrup and you can use a pasteurized egg white if you like.

A knockoff recipe is hard won when trying to replicate fruity alcoholic drinks. 

The blue color is so tantalizing and inspiring and the combination of coconut flavored rum, pineapple juice, sour mix and blue curacao is certainly unique. 

Serve in a tall glass with a pineapple slice and maraschino cherry.

I am going to guess you really love fruity cocktails so let us push onto yet something different starring papaya and orange juice. 

Additionally this papaya rum punch recipe has simple syrup, triple sec, white rum, and club soda. 

Spoiler alert, you may need a juicer to get pure juice out of the fresh papaya. 

Beachy vibes for miles!

Strawberries have entered this list of fruity mixed drinks! YEA! 

Lots of flavors go well with strawberries, so let’s see how this one plays out!  

First dice, sugar and mash the strawberries. 

To them add ice, gin, rose water, and a pinch of salt. 

Pour into glasses, top with club soda and lime wedge.

As you know, fruity cocktail recipes would include the sangria family which include a wine, a hard alcohol and fruit.  

This recipe includes red wine, brandy, orange juice, triple sec and sugar. 

After stirring, add lemons and strawberries. 

Here’s where this takes a turn from others on this list. 

It needs to be chilled for 30 minutes to eight hours. 

If desired, lemon lime soda can be added when serving. 

Plan a bit ahead for this one!

Often fruity drinks have unique colors and this Caribbean Sunrise is no exception.  

When looking at the filled glasses, they actually look like a sunrise!  

Beautiful layers of dark pink, orange, and yellow remind you of the perfect paradise location. 

This recipe calls for vodka, lime juice, and pineapple juice. 

After pouring, grenadine is added slowly as well as a pineapple slice before serving.

The next up on our fruity bar drinks list is easy watermelon pineapple mint mojitos. 

Lots of good flavors, not too sweet, yet hits the spot with summer’s beautiful watermelons.

Round up watermelon juice, pineapple juice, white run, and simple syrup. 

Additional mint leaves make the perfect garnish.

Are there fruity alcoholic drinks for autumn beyond spiced cider? 

Sure there are! 

Here’s one now! 

Pumpkin Bourbon Cocktail incorporates apple cider, pumpkin vodka and pumpkin bourbon. 

Once in a glass, top off with ginger ale and garnish with apple slices or a pinch of cinnamon. 

Lovely deep cider color.

This pina colada boasts a taste of the tropics! 

It doesn’t get any better than these fruity cocktails! 

The usual suspects are put in the blender with pineapple and pineapple juice, coconut cream, white rum, and sugar to taste. 

Pineapple slice to garnish and carry you away!

The bottom line

When you give it some thought, any time of day can be a happy hour, and these fruity cocktails, especially since they’re simple to make at home, are as joyful as it gets. 

These fruity drinks are truly delicious; the most significant part is that they don’t require much time in the kitchen to prepare.

That means the fun at any gathering may begin sooner.

So go ahead and try anything that strikes your fancy! 

Experiment a little with some of these and perhaps you’ll become inspired to create a new one!

72 Fabulous Fruity Cocktails

72 Fabulous Fruity Cocktails

Break out this list of 72 tasty and easy fruity cocktails when you want to celebrate summer all year round!


  • Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade
  • Blackberry Dark & Stormy Cocktail
  • Mango Tango Drink
  • Citrus Smash Cocktail
  • Smoked Peach Maple Bourbon Smash
  • Pineapple Mango Rum Punch
  • Blackberry Cucumber Gin Spritzer
  • Sparkling Berry Cocktail
  • White Orange Sangria
  • Tropical Passion Fruit Sangria
  • Strawberry Rose Lychee Mojito
  • Vodka Raspberry Lemonade
  • Peach Mango Pineapple White Sangria
  • Watermelon Cucumber Cocktail
  • Peach Strawberry Cherry Summer Sangria
  • White Sangria With Mango & Berries
  • Fuzzy Navel Cocktail
  • Skinny Summer Strawberry Mojito
  • Gilligan's Island Cocktail
  • Alabama Slammer Cocktail
  • Sex On The Beach Drink
  • Banana Rumchata Colada
  • Banana Rum Punch
  • Peach Sangria
  • Miami Vice Drink
  • Spicy Grapefruit Margarita
  • Juicy Strawberry Mango Margarita On The Rocks
  • Vodka Party Punch
  • Passion Fruit Martini
  • Pineapple Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Slush
  • Cranberry Apple Margarita
  • Mango Melona Soju Cocktail
  • Apple Bourbon Cocktail
  • Blood Orange Margaritas
  • Blue Hawaii Cocktail
  • Blue Hawaiian Mai Tai
  • Blackberry-Cucumber-Vanilla Vodka Spritzer
  • Mango Daiquiri
  • Hard Raspberry Lemonade & Limoncello Cocktail
  • Tsunami Drink Cocktail
  • New Year's Eve Rum Berry Cocktail
  • Bourbon Peach Smash
  • Raspberry Mojito Cocktail
  • Blackberry Lemon Smash Cocktail
  • Bahama Mama
  • Washington Apple Cocktail
  • Pineapple Screwdriver
  • Malibu Bay Breeze Cocktail
  • Hurricane Cocktail
  • Tropical Papaya Jalapeño Refresher
  • Sparkling Vodka Cranberry
  • Mexican Martini
  • Pink Grapefruit Martini
  • Lychee Martini
  • Lemon Vodka Cocktail
  • Cranberry Prosecco Cocktail
  • Cape Cod Cocktail
  • Apple Cider Cocktail
  • Pineapple Upside Down Cocktail
  • Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri
  • New Year's Eve Rum Berry Cocktail
  • Midori Sour
  • Blackberry Moscow Mule
  • Clover Club - A Raspberry Gin Cocktail
  • Olive Garden Blue Hawaiian
  • Papaya Rum Punch
  • Strawberry Rose Gin Fizz Cocktail
  • Red Sangria
  • Caribbean Sunrise
  • Watermelon Pineapple Mint Mojitos
  • Pumpkin Bourbon Cocktail
  • Fresh Homemade Piña Colada


  1. Choose one or more options from our list of 72 Fruity Cocktails here!
  2. Create your new favorite mixed drink!
  3. Pat yourself on the back for making something amazing at home!
  4. Share and comment! Did you make any tweaks so it’s all your own?

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