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19 BEST La Croix Cocktails: Fun Fizzy-ness For Your Drinks ✨

Spice up your next dinner party or turn your everyday meal into something spectacular with great La Croix Cocktails.

La Croix is sparkling water that gives you something extra when added to your favorite cocktails.

Here are 19 cocktails that are mixed with La Croix that are easy to make.

Cocktails made with La Croix are amazing since these add a gentle fizz that only carbonated water can give. 

And if you’re looking for an added level of flavor to your drinks, flavored La Croix sparkling water is your best bet. 

Choose from flavors like LimonCello and Passionfruit for that added zing or Guava Sao Paolo and Mango for a more tropical twist.

This collection has great mixes for that next dinner party you’re planning and even for that weekend meal at home.

Turn your next hangout with your friends into a tropical paradise when you serve them the Quick Pineapple Rum-La Croix or the Coconut Mojitos

#13 is the easiest one to mix in this bunch when you need a cocktail on-the-fly!

So, what are you waiting for? 

Let’s get mixing!

Want a cocktail that has just the right fizz and is not too sweet?

This blend, which uses only four ingredients, and can be made in individual glasses, is a must-try.

With both key lime slices and lime juice, you get a tangy, sweet (but not too sweet) drink.

Try this out with a picnic lunch as a refreshing drink with a kick!

If you’re planning on hosting a luau, you’ll need a cocktail that brings with it the flavors of the tropics.

What other flavor is there to associate with hula skirts, roasted pork, and tropical breezes than pineapple?

This recipe will take you to the islands and back with its unique blend of citrus and pineapple.

Give it a try at your next Hawaiian-themed party!

Did you know that you can mix (and drink) your La Croix cocktail straight in its can?

Yup, mixing a cocktail straight into a can of this fizzy, fruity water not only makes it look unique but also saves you from washing up a glass or two.

Garnishing will take this concoction over the top and make it presentable to guests at your parties.

Why not give this recipe a try?

This is one “berry” easy cocktail to make, and it doesn’t require additional garnishing, special glasses, or blenders to put together.

With only four ingredients – one fruity, one tangy, one tropical, and one for added sweetness – you get a cocktail that can be made fast.

Lots of ice will help make this mixed drink even more satisfying, especially on hot days!

For a quick and easy drink that is both refreshing and flavorful, this is one you should make.

Here’s another La Croix cocktail that uses berries, only this time it’s blueberries.

For this drink, you need to use a shaker, or if you don’t have one, any bottle with a snug cover will do.

The whole berries in this beverage add an extra layer of fruitiness to it.

You can even substitute frozen berries in this to keep it cold without diluting the drink!

The tropics have always been called paradise by those who live up north.

Fruits like coconuts, guavas, and pineapples are abundant in the tropics.

When you combine the idea of paradise and the fruits found in the tropics, you get this paradise cocktail.

Fresh fruit, vodka, and lots of crushed ice help take this drink over the top!

If you love margaritas, then you’re sure to enjoy this cocktail that also uses salt-rimmed glasses and citrus garnishes.

This Paloma can be made with a shaker, or you can simply stir the ingredients together before pouring over ice.

The use of tequila in this cocktail (make sure to choose one that isn’t too sharp) gives it the zing and spiciness you need to counteract the slightly bitter citrus flavor of grapefruit.

This drink is easy to mix and just as easy to enjoy!

Another cocktail that uses grapefruit juice as its base and Pamplemousse La Croix as its fizzy water is this mixture.

You can even customize this drink according to what’s available in your home at the moment!

No gin? 

No problem, you can use vodka or tequila instead. 

No honey? 

Simple syrup can take its place.

Experiment with this cocktail by swapping out sugar-rimmed glasses for salt-rimmed ones and swapping fresh-squeezed juice with boxed juice.

If you want a simple, no-nonsense La Croix cocktail, this is the one you’re looking for.

No need to break out the shaker or the blender. 

No fancy garnishes or complicated ingredients either.

Just bring together ice cubes, a tall glass, and two other ingredients (with one being La Croix), and you have the perfect cocktail to relax to.

What are you waiting for? 

Mix one up now!

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Have you ever tried making a cocktail using red wine?

Ah, but you can! 

La Croix Mixed Berry and some of your favorite red wine (the sweet variant is optimal here) will give you a cocktail that’s sophisticated but yum!

Add in some fresh or frozen berries, and you have one berry fruity drink in hand.

Enjoy this with friends or alone. 

This drink goes well with spicy canapes and sharp cheeses!

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It doesn’t get any simpler than this!

Imagine a cocktail that uses only two ingredients. 

Yes, you read that right, this cocktail uses only two ingredients, and no, you don’t need a shaker or a blender to make this either.

Sounds too good to be true?

Check this recipe out and see for yourself!

This one’s worth trying for those of you who love herby drinks.

This cocktail uses a simple syrup infused with rosemary to give it that peppery, minty, citrusy flavor that this herb has.

And if the added flavor of rosemary in the simple syrup isn’t enough, you can infuse your drink even further with a fresh sprig of this herb.

Herby-freshness in a glass is what can easily describe this drink!

Close your eyes and daydream for a moment. 

Imagine yourself in the Bahamas while you sip cool and refreshing tropical La Croix cocktails.

This is easy to do when you have this tropical mojito in hand!

It’s easy to make with a Coconut flavored La Croix and coconut rum.

Add some spiciness and freshness to this mixture with fresh mint leaves, and you’re all set!

A classic Paloma is usually made using grapefruit juice, but you can modify the classic to make it even better!

You can add other juices to your Paloma La Croix cocktails to make them extra special, like this drink with pineapple juice in it.

This drink is so versatile that you can even make one with mango juice or passionfruit juice.

You can also mix this without sweeteners – the choice is yours! 

It seems like grapefruit juice pairs well with any kind of alcohol, and this is proven with this mixture that uses vodka instead of tequila or gin.

Using only four key ingredients, you get a margarita-like mixture that you can drink alone or with friends.

You can even make this drink by the pitcher and serve it in salt- or sugar-rimmed glasses for that special touch.

Garnish each glass with a lemon or a grapefruit wedge, and you’re good to go!

One cocktail that’s popular when it comes to day drinking is the mimosa, but if you’re cutting back on alcohol, this drink is the perfect one for you.

Who says you can’t have a mimosa without alcohol?

This mocktail combines the flavors that you love in a champagne-based one and replicates it with the help of the fizziness that comes from La Croix.

The use of blood oranges gives this recipe the bright color it needs to distract you from the fact that it’s alcohol-free!

What do you get when you mix guava nectar, Guava Sao Paolo La Croix, and ice in a margarita glass?

You get this fantastic drink called the La Croix Guavarita (guava and margarita) that you can enjoy at any time!

Yes, you can enjoy this anytime, anywhere, and on any day since this is another mocktail that has no alcohol in it.

You can make an alcoholic version of this drink, however, if you want to enjoy one over the weekend.

Simply add a shot of vodka, gin, or tequila to the mix, and you’re good to go!

La Croix is an excellent substitute for your ordinary, everyday soda water.

Why not add another layer of flavor to your cocktails (and mocktails)?

Just use any of the flavored fizzy water options that La Croix has?

With more than a dozen flavors to choose from, you can experiment with flavored drink combinations that you didn’t know were possible!

Get your drink on and start creating any of these cocktails for that weekend bash or barbecue.

Surprise your guests with the added depth your drinks have when flavors like guava, pineapple, and mango come together in drinks made with La Croix flavored sparkling water.

You can start your journey of discovery with La Croix and cocktails with this list!

Top 19 BEST La Croix Cocktails ✨

Top 19 BEST La Croix Cocktails ✨

Get your drink on and start creating any of these 19 easy La Croix Cocktails for your next get-together with friends or family. 

Ingredients

  • Key Lime La Croix Cocktail
  • Quick Pineapple Rum-La Croix Cocktail
  • Jane Danger’s La Croix Cocktail
  • Strawberry-Coconut Lime Spritzer
  • Lemon Berry Cocktail With La Croix
  • La Croix Paradise Cocktail
  • La Croix Pamplemousse Paloma
  • Sparkling Greyhound Cocktail
  • Sparkling Water Southern Comfort Cocktail
  • Sparkling Tequila Cocktail
  • Red Wine Berry Spritzer
  • Skinny Paloma
  • Pink Moscato Cocktail
  • Grapefruit Gin Fizz Cocktail With Rosemary Garnish
  • Coconut Mojitos
  • Pineapple Paloma La Croix Cocktail
  • Epic Grapefruit Salty Dog Cocktail
  • Blood Orange Mimosa Mocktail
  • La Croix Guavarita

Instructions

  1. Find your favorite recipe from our La Croix Cocktails list.
  2. Gather all the ingredients needed.
  3. Start mixing your new favorite drink and make us proud!

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