September 15, 2005

Cocktail Recipes to Help You Hold on to Summer

Summer CocktailsWe hate to break it to you, but even though the temperatures may still be warm outside, summer is over. While it may be time to pack up your barbecue grill and put away your lawn chairs, you can still enjoy fresh, summery drinks to remind you of the hazy days of summer. We've found a book of summer cocktail recipes you can enjoy any time you want to remind yourself of sitting poolside watching the sun go down.

Buy Summer Cocktailsat Amazon, and find great recipes for Sangria, Maragritas, Long Island Iced Tea and more.

Plus, we've found other summer drink recipes with exotic names like Magliorito and Paloma, at Forbes.com (of all places).

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 15, 2005 8:02 AM
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