When the weather gets a little warmer and you’re ready to celebrate the arrival of spring with a deliciously elegant tipple, check out our favourite recipes. Want even more easy cocktail recipes? Learn how to recreate the classics or try something completely different with our twists on traditional flavours.
Make the most of seasonal supplies with our best ever spring ingredient recipes, try an indulgent dessert, a hearty salad or a light supper.
Best spring cocktail recipes
This classic is essentially a sour cocktail lengthened with sparkling water. Winningly simple to mix, it makes for a deliciously refreshing aperitif.
Make the most of apples with this bourbon and apple fizz, perfect for a light refresher with plenty of zing.
Embrace early spring sunshine with this light wine cocktail that uses white wine, chamomile tea and citrus.
This elegant rum cocktail comes from Brixton’s The Shrub and Shutter. Long and easy-drinking, think of it as a cross between a shandy and a mojito.
Get ready for picnic season with our handy bottled cocktails, pre-made and perfectly portable. Citrussy Aperol, balanced with a dry vermouth and zesty orange peel make this the top tipple for sharing over a picnic blanket.
Spike sparkling cider with sake and yuzu juice for an elegant, easy-drinking cocktail.
A scattering of edible flowers is sure to bring a little spring colour to your glass. This elegant serve uses violet liqueur, gin and zingy lime juice to create a picture-perfect drink. Simply shake up your ingredients, frothing up the egg white and strain into your fanciest cocktail glasses.
Three ingredients is all it takes to make this grown-up alcohol-free cocktail, made tangy and sharp with kombucha.
Created at The Folly, this mix of pear, apple and a pinch of pepper brought together with the fresh, citrus notes of Ketel One Vodka makes for a deliciously fruity cocktail. Served long, it’s a great one to keep you refreshed throughout the spring months.
Roses aren’t just for Valentine’s Day! Mix up a classic ramos gin fizz and switch things up with delicate rose water and homemade rhubarb syrup, perfect for a spring afternoon in the sun. This elegant cocktail is bound to impress and indulgent enough to replace dessert at the end of a meal.
Mix this refreshing cocktail for a light aperitif bursting with citrus and floral notes. The Lively Australian features Regal Rogue and zesty limoncello.
Take a classic Italian aperitivo and give it a fresh pink twist ready for spring. This easy cocktail needs just three ingredients and has a beautiful balance of fruity and herbal flavours.
When the rosé comes out, we know that summer has started. While a chilled glass is perfect on a hot day, the seriously fruity characteristics of this style of wine make it great for cocktails too. Try it in this refreshing cognac-based cocktail from Hawksmoor Spitalfields.
This update on the classic negroni using rhubarb and ginger is a great shout for spring.
Pronounced tee-oh-hee-toe, this cocktail consists of Tio Pepe fino sherry, lemonade, mint and fresh lemon. It’s a classic Andalucian drink, and makes for a delicious low-ABV serve.