5 refreshing summer-themed cocktails in Auburn

The best way to cool off is with a cocktail. (@auburnhound on Instagram)

Need a relief from the heat? Keep reading for a list of our favorite refreshing summer cocktails to check out in Auburn!

1. Sneak and Dawdle’s “Seafoam”

Foamy and fresh. (@sneakanddawdle on Instagram)

Made with Midori, Genever, lemon, honey, egg white and salt, this drink is everything you need in a summer cocktail. Foamy, refreshing with a hint of melon, this cocktail will make you feel like you’re at the beach with just one sip.

2. The Depot’s “The Sparrow”

Fruity Cocktail
Another round, please! (@theauburndepot on Instagram)

“The Sparrow”, a blend of Ketel One Peach and Orange Blossom, mango shrub, Campari and prosecco, is a must-try summer drink. Make sure to stop by The Depot to try this fresh and fruity cocktail.

3. The Hound’s “Cool as a Cucumber”

Peppery Cocktail
Summer drinks don’t get better than this. (@auburnhound on Instagram)

Cool off with this cucumber cocktail! Made with cucumber, black pepper, Beefeater Gin, lime and simple syrup, this drink is as refreshing as it gets. Simple and delicious, don’t miss out on this summery cocktail at The Hound!

4. Lucy’s “Roku Gin & Elderflower Tonic”

Summer Drink
Could this drink look any prettier? (@eatatlucys on Instagram)

Lucy’s offers a wide menu of gin and tonics, and our favorite is the Roku Gin paired with Fever-Tree elderflower tonic. A bright botanical cocktail with a buttery texture and notes of pepper and herbs, this drink is a must-try for gin lovers.

5. Plaza Bar and Lounge’s “Cathead Basil Lemonade”

Blue Drink
The best way to enjoy the sunset is with a drink. (Grace Howard/ Bama Buzz)

The answer to our cocktail prayers! The Plaza in Midtown offers a refreshing blend of Cathead honeysuckle vodka, blue curacao, basil and lemon juice. Tangy, fresh and sweet, this drink is all-around amazing.

Did we miss your favorite summer cocktail? Stay in touch with us on Facebook and Instagram at @TheBamaBuzz and let us know!

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