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15 Refreshing Watermelon Vodka Recipes

From vodka punches to lemon-based drinks, here are 15 of the best watermelon vodka recipes to keep your spirits refreshed and your thirst quenched!

Watermelon vodka cocktails make a delicious, refreshing, and invigorating drink. 

Aside from its enticing scent, its brilliant pink hue is another selling point. 

Typically, watermelons are in season during the summer; however, this varies from state to state. 

The best part about drinks flavored with this delicious fruit is that you can use it whenever you choose. 

Although watermelon can be enjoyed in its edible form, I believe it is best utilized in the form of vodka or a cocktail. 

You probably don’t want to miss this Moscow Mule With Watermelon & Cucumber recipe if you wish for a beverage you can whip up on the fly during parties. 

Or, if you want a little sunshiny companion in the form of a drink even in not-so-sunny weather, dive into this Watermelon & Orange Cocktail recipe. 

But please, you’ve got to experience this unique vodka cocktail we have for you on #14; never skip that.

Let’s jump in and get a little bit tipsy!

Guests and acquaintances will adore this lovely Vodka Watermelon Cooler.

I know the bright green layer at the bottom of this drink makes it seem hard to put together, but trust me, it’s easy and takes all 10 minutes to prepare.

Flavor-wise, it hits all the right notes: watermelon with a hint of sweetness from the honey and vodka.

And yes, you can adjust the amount of vodka to suit your preference; the key is to experiment and have fun! 

Keep this in mind, and you’ll always be prepared with a refreshing watermelon vodka recipe, suitable for hot summer days and even low-key picnics with friends.

A long weekend and a backyard barbecue with friends are the perfect way to usher in summer or celebrate any occasion, especially when paired with a tasty vodka recipe.

This refreshing Watermelon Mint Agua Fresca Punch is summertime in a glass.

Simple to make, it features watermelon vodka and other fresh ingredients.

If you’re in charge of providing drinks for a large group, punch might be your go-to beverage of choice because it’s simple to prepare and can be made in bulk, eliminating the need to run to the kitchen in the middle of the party to make more.

Use frozen watermelon chunks in place of ice for an extra tasty twist on an already refreshing drink.

This Watermelon Up & Down is something you and your friends couldn’t get enough of. 
 
You’ll even end up sipping like there’s no tomorrow! 
 
Go get your cocktail shaker and combine Cîroc Watermelon and lemon-lime soda. 
 
A garnish of lime wheel in a highball glass for this cocktail will make this gorgeous. 
 
Don’t forget to finish prepping your cocktail with cranberry juice for that extra fruity flavor.

Hippie Juice is a potent, wonderfully smooth, sweet, and fruity cocktail made with watermelon vodka, triple sec, coconut rum, and peach schnapps.

When the weather warms up, this Hippie Juice served in mason jars is the perfect vodka cocktail to enjoy while chatting with friends by a fire or lounging in the sun on the porch. 

Luckily, this recipe yields a lot because you and your pals will need it after that first sip, drinking another or even a third cup.

Despite Hippie Juice’s girly pink color, it’s no joke of a drink. 

The wonderful fruity flavors effectively conceal the alcoholic content of this drink.

Summer is in every sip of this watermelon martini. 

This sweet and refreshing vodka drink is a snap to whip together for a holiday celebration. 

The watermelon is front and center in this vodka martini, which boasts a clean and crisp taste. 

Simply incorporate those seedless watermelon cubes, and you have a signature cocktail fit for a dinner party or a day at the pool. 

This watermelon martini combines watermelon vodka with simple syrup, lime juice, and frozen cubes of watermelon for a refreshing twist on the classic martini. 

A martini is a martini as long as it’s served in a martini glass. 

It’s easy to make and has the perfect sweetness to highlight the fruit.

This watermelon cosmo recipe does more than just satisfy your thirst with its refreshing taste. 

Besides being visually appealing, it also tastes pretty good. 

This cosmo requires watermelon-infused vodka, so you’ll need to put some time into the preparation if you want to have this at a party. 

Alcohol infusions shouldn’t frighten you. 

Made at home, they are far simpler and more flavorful than store-bought flavored liquors. 

It’s fantastic to regulate what goes into your infusions when you make them at home. 

You won’t be able to keep this refreshing watermelon cosmo from being regular on your drinks menu.

Have you ever longed for a summertime feel with your pals when it wasn’t summery?

Then, keep that carefree summer spirit going with this simple Moscow Mule recipe for a modern spin on the traditional, made with cucumber and watermelon.

This recipe for a cucumber watermelon Moscow Mule can be whipped up on the fly.

Because let’s face it, nobody has time for something sophisticated when it comes to sippin’ on a refreshing cocktail on a hot day. 

If you have solid copper mugs in your kitchen, using them will significantly enhance your enjoyment of the beverage. 

With all its heft and warmth, something about serving this drink in an actual copper mug just feels right.

This refreshing cocktail is perfect for sipping on during the lazy days of summer, and it only requires four ingredients. 

Make the cocktail with canned or bottled watermelon juice, or use freshly blended watermelon juice for a more authentic flavor. 

With the addition of Grand Marnier and fresh lime juice, this drink becomes a deliciously smooth blend of tart and sweet flavors.

Vodkas flavored with watermelon, like Smirnoff Watermelon, or any other vodka you enjoy are perfect for this cocktail; but because the vodka contributes to the cocktail’s overall flavor, I wouldn’t recommend choosing a flavorless variety.

Don’t tarry any longer; get to work on the drink mixer and invite some pals around.

This punch is one of the best summer beverages, and it only requires four ingredients: fresh fruit juices, simple homemade syrup, and watermelon vodka. 

This cocktail will be ideal for cooling off on a hot summer day with the addition of fresh watermelon juice.

You can use regular vodka, but Watermelon Vodka is a fantastic choice and amps up the flavor of this punch.

For best results, use fresh lemon juice; do not substitute bottled since it may alter the taste.

This Watermelon Vodka Punch is a summertime staple since it’s delicious, easy to make, and serves a large group.

This Watermelon Frosé, a frozen rosé cocktail that uses neither refined sugar nor juice, will quickly become your go-to drink of the summer. 

You may mix up a large batch of the cocktail and store it in ice cube trays for later use. 

Just throw a few frosé ice cubes into a blender when you’re ready to drink one. 

This cocktail looks incredibly stunning when served in a scorpion bowl, which is made by pouring the drink into half a watermelon that has been hollowed out. 

Frozen raspberries or strawberries can be added for additional taste. 

If you’re throwing a summer party, this is a must-have! 

With this Watermelon and Orange Cocktail, you may have a little sunshine whenever you want, regardless of the weather. 

This cocktail is fruity and a little bit alcoholic, and it gives you the impression that you’re there in the thick of summertime fun. 

You will adore this cocktail’s flavor if you enjoy the combination of watermelon and orange.

This cocktail recipe already has a beautiful glow, but you can make it even more eye-catching by including sliced strawberries, lemon, and lime. 

Gather your closest pals for a fun night in or a backyard barbeque with this irresistible cocktail experience.

Enjoy the sweet and tangy tastes of midsummer with this light and delicious watermelon and peach drink. 

Peach schnapps, watermelon vodka, and other fresh fruits are all you need to make this stunning fruit cocktail. 

Peach schnapps and watermelon vodka are a fantastic flavor combination. 

The watermelon vodka is elevated and balanced by the peach liqueur. 

This beverage can be prepared without using fresh peaches; simply mix in some peach schnapps. 

The peach schnapps will go particularly nicely even with the store-strained watermelon juice. 

Also, mix in some sugary Sprite for an extra zing. 

This blended drink is guaranteed a hit with your guests and worth keeping in your cocktail repertoire.

This refreshing drink is created with fresh watermelon, lemon juice, simple syrup, watermelon vodka, rum, and mango lemonade. 

Find a comfortable seat, prop your feet up, and pour yourself a glass or two as you indulge in it.

On a hot day, this will serve you a thirst-quenching drink that has a tropical flavor and satisfies you completely. 

And because they are so lovely, you will feel happy whenever you look at them.

It is recommended that you place this in the refrigerator and allow it to get frigid before drinking because this is sure to provide the most effective relief from cravings.

Finish off your energizing cocktail by decorating it with a piece of watermelon rind, and it will be ready to impress your guests.

Enjoy a delightful twist on the traditional cocktail with this bloody mary. 

Make sure you have everything you need before you get started. 

Tomato juice, watermelon cubes, sliced jalapeno pepper, watermelon vodka, a dab of Worcestershire sauce, plus your mixing passion and strength are all you need to create this sweet yet peppery twist on traditional cocktail recipes. 

Tastes great, I promise! 

With the sweetness of watermelon against the jalapeno spiciness, this cocktail strikes the perfect balance between the two flavors. 

The adults at your celebration will appreciate this zesty Watermelon Bloody Mary, which can be made in minutes, and cups of this deliciousness can be prepared in a little over an hour.

If you want a summertime cocktail that won’t disappoint you, go no further than this one.

This refreshing summer cocktail features Smirnoff Watermelon Vodka, fresh watermelon, rose lemonade, and pink lemonade.

Whether you’re hosting a backyard barbecue or hanging out with the girls in the ‘hood, this cocktail is perfect for getting you drinking the summer heat away.

Mix the Smirnoff Watermelon-flavored vodka with the Fentiman’s Rose Lemonade and a spoonful of pink lemonade; add ice and whisk rapidly until your arm is about to fall off; pour into a tall glass and enjoy.

Summer or not, the refreshing fruitiness of watermelon is sure to revive your spirit, especially when combined with the flavor of our favorite companion at parties or casual get-togethers: vodka cocktails.

With more than a dozen gorgeous watermelon vodka recipes we have lined up for you, from pure sweet vodka to combinations with other fruits and spicy and minty herbs, you are sure to serve the best drink to amp up, even more, the liveliness of any party.

So pick your fave from the list and start mixing in your home bar or kitchen for the most memorable party or backyard picnic with pals.

Refreshing Watermelon Vodka Recipe Collection

Refreshing Watermelon Vodka Recipe Collection

Here are 15 of the best watermelon vodka recipes to keep your spirits refreshed, and your thirst quenched.

Ingredients

  • Vodka Watermelon Cooler
  • Spiked Watermelon Mint Agua Fresca Punch
  • Watermelon Up & Down
  • Hippie Juice
  • Watermelon Vodka Martini
  • Watermelon Cosmo Cocktail
  • Moscow Mule With Watermelon & Cucumber
  • 4-Ingredient Watermelon Cocktail
  • Watermelon Vodka Punch
  • Watermelon Frose Cocktail
  • Watermelon & Orange Cocktail
  • Peach Schnapps Watermelon Drink
  • Watermelon Mango Lemonade Cocktail
  • Watermelon Jalapeno Bloody Mary
  • Smirnoff Watermelon With Rose Lemonade Cocktail

Instructions

  1. Pick one or more options from our list of Watermelon Vodka Recipes here!
  2. Start creating your new favorite dish.
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