In a world full of colorful drinks, the stunning white cocktails will fit in at any occasion.
And from coconut and white chocolate to banana, they’re beyond delish!
During the holidays and at the height of summer, nothing beats a good cocktail.
They’re fun, fresh, and festive year-round.
So whether you’re poolside or cuddled up by the fire, you have to try these white cocktails.
You’ll love the fun flavors and how the garnishes pop in all your pictures. Plus, they’re all pretty simple too!
20 Easy White Cocktails from Martinis to Margaritas
The classic Cosmo is easily loved. But this frosty spin is just as tasty and looks extra fancy to boot!
You’ll make a simple swap to take it from pretty in pink to a winter wonderland. Can you guess what it is?
White cranberry juice!
Just shake it up with vodka, lime, and Cointreau, then add a splash of ginger syrup for a hint of spice.
And for an extra special finish, try adding edible glitter for a sparkly cocktail that’s perfect for parties.
This cocktail is the ultimate after-dinner drink. It’s smooth, creamy, and tastes wonderful.
Most espresso martinis call for espresso (obviously) and vodka.
But this one features Disaronno Velvet, a delicious cream liqueur with notes of almond, chocolate, and vanilla.
Add some Kahlua for the coffee finish, and you’re good to go.
Garnish it with a chocolate-covered strawberry for even more decadence.
3. White Lady
The White Lady cocktail is simple and delicious, with light citrusy flavors that go down smoothly.
If you enjoy gin cocktails, it’s sure to become your new go-to.
Start with your favorite gin, then add some Contreau. Squeeze in a little fresh lemon juice for a tart twist, and sweeten the deal with simple syrup.
Finally, shake it up with egg whites for a velvety and frothy texture.
The Sgroppino is an Italian frozen cocktail made with just three ingredients.
Think of it like a Prosecco slushie with a splash of vodka and a nice hit of lemon sorbet for flavor.
It’s a terrific way to cool down on a hot day, and it couldn’t be easier to whip up. So serve it in cute glasses and get ready to cheers!
I’m a sucker for banana cream pies. That sweet and creamy texture with the banana flavor is just to die for.
So you know I made this banana cocktail right away!
RumChata and banana liqueur make this one heavenly cocktail, and the vanilla wafer rim is too fun to skip.
Add some fluffy whipped cream before serving, and dig in!
Not in the mood for a big dessert but want something sweet? How about this gorgeous dessert cocktail?
This white cake martini uses a mixture of sinfully sweet liqueurs to get that signature birthday cake taste.
You’ll need vanilla vodka, white chocolate liqueur, clear crème de cacao, and Amaretto.
But the real magic comes in when you add real cake mix and half & half.
White Christmas cocktails are perfect for sipping fireside. And this scrumptious frozen drink is minty, creamy, and a true winter wonder.
Irish cream and crème de menthe are a spectacular duo that pair surprisingly well together.
Top your glass off with a sprig of rosemary and some bright red cranberries, and it’s picture-perfect.
This coconut margarita is unforgettable and will instantly take your next taco Tuesday to a whole new level.
Bright and zesty lime already pairs well with bold tequila. But when you add sweet cream of coconut, you’re in for a tropical treat.
This margarita is the epitome of summertime and will put a smile on anybody’s face. It’s the ideal cocktail for sipping poolside or served with your fave tacos.
Pull out those highball glasses and get ready for a fun and fizzy drink.
The gin fizz is creamy with bright, citrusy flavor. You’ll use lemon and lime juice to make it nice and zingy with a pleasant balance of sour and sweet.
Meanwhile, the orange blossom water gives it a lovely floral note that tastes great with gin.
A bit of cream balances the sour citrus, and the egg whites give it a velvety froth on top.
Finally, a splash of soda water adds just enough bubbles to tickle your nose.
10. Pisco Sour
Pisco is the national drink of Peru. It’s a grape brandy that makes super refreshing beverages, just like this sour recipe.
Shake some Pisco with simple syrup and lime juice, then add egg whites for the signature sour foam on top.
Finish this cocktail with a few dashes of Angostura bitters, and you’ll have a complex, refreshing, and tasty drink in a flash.
During the holidays, creamy cocktails are my favorite. And, of course, eggnog is at the top of the list.
This traditional recipe can be made with or without alcohol and is super thick and creamy.
Made with real eggs, sugar, cream, a dash of vanilla, and some spices, it’s impossible to resist.
Add your favorite brandy or rum, or keep it booze-free for the kids. Either way, it’s a must-make.
Elegant, boozy, and super strong, the French 75 is the kind of drink you’d make for a fancy dinner party.
Best served in flutes, it screams classy and tastes phenomenal to boot.
A simple yet stunning mix of Champagne, gin, lemon juice, and sugar, this roaring 20s cocktail packs quite a punch.
Sip it slowly, and you’ll quickly fall in love.
13. Moscato Slush
Moscato slushies are one of the best summer party drinks around.
This recipe only requires two ingredients – ice and Moscato wine – and it’s as easy as pour, blend, and serve.
Does it get any easier than that?
The Moscato slush will be a crowd-pleaser at bridal showers and backyard barbeques. And feel free to throw in fruits to make it your own.
Not only is this drink pretty, but the name alone is a head-turner!
It’s kind of a cross between a whiskey sour and a margarita (two of my faves!), and it’s deliciously tart and smooth.
Just shake tequila with Cointreau, lemon juice, and an egg white, then pour it in a cute glass. Serve it with orange peel, and enjoy!
Your next summer bash will be a total hit if you serve these impossibly refreshing White Linen cocktails.
A blend of botanical gin, floral elderflower liquor, fresh cucumber, tart lime, and bubbly soda, it’s ideal for sunny days by the pool.
Use lemon-lime soda if you want it a little sweeter, and feel free to experiment with the gin for new flavors.
Or if gin’s not your thing, use vodka instead!
S’mores are so much better when they’re served in a glass.
This cocktail has everything you love about camping without the dirt and smoke in your hair.
Vanilla vodka and Irish cream make this s’mores delight off-limits to the kiddos (sorry, not sorry!).
But after one sip, you’ll feel like a kid again.
Add hot cocoa powder and milk to make it extra creamy and chocolatey. Then garnish it with a chocolate drizzle and roasted marshmallows.
Did you know that the OG daiquiri is a Cuban drink served on the rocks? Yeah, it’s not the frozen fruity drink we all know and love.
Instead, it’s a quick mix of white rum, lime juice, and simple syrup.
It’s actually a lot closer to a sour than a blended cocktail. And it’s super refreshing after a lot day in the sun.
18. Coconut Martini
This coconut martini is a creamy tropical flavor explosion. And all you need to make it is vodka, lime juice, and cream of coconut.
It’s sweet with a terrific amount of tart lime flavor. You’ll be sipping on this martini all summer long, so stock up while you can!
The milk punch cocktail is a New Orleans staple that will be your new favorite in no time.
With whole milk, brandy, and a hint of vanilla, it’s easy to make and even easier to love
Whole milk makes this cocktail super creamy, and the brandy and vanilla are well-balanced.
Of course, you can use a dairy-free milk alternative, but keep in mind the flavor and texture will be different.
20. Batilda de Coco
Another tropical white cocktail you’ll adore is this batilda de coco.
It’s loaded with coconut flavor from the coconut milk, coconut water, and toasted coconut.
So, needless to say, if coconut isn’t your thing, you might want to skip it.
But if you enjoy that sweet, nutty taste, add rum and sweetened condensed milk for a cocktail that’s truly unmatched.
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