12 Floral Drinks To Try Right Now, Because Spring Is So Close You Can Almost Taste It

HEMET, CA - MARCH 16: Canterbury bells bloom after prolonged record drought gave way to heavy winter rains, causing one of the biggest wildflower blooms in years on March 16, 2017 at Diamond Valley Lake, near Hemet, California. The winter storms brought relief to most of the region suffering years of worsening record drought conditions though aquifers remain very low and would require many more years of heavier than average rainfall to recharge water tables to pre-drought levels. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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As the snow piles melt and the sidewalk puddles start to form, winter is letting you know that it's on its way out the door. With spring peeking its head around the corner, it's time to start celebrating — and these amazingly beautiful (and tasty) floral beverage recipes will help you do just that. Edible flowers are the coolest. They're also the prettiest. So why wouldn't you want to top your drinks off with them? Exactly. Stash away the winter cocktail recipes, and come out of hibernation. It's time to get a spring in your step, and these drinks can assist you. Cheers!

Pomelder Prosecco Punch

Made with elderberry liqueur, this fizzy punch recipe has a kick to it. Spices, fruits, and flowers… does it get any more well-rounded? Nope.

Chamomile Honey Whiskey Cocktail

Get excited whiskey lovers! Not all floral drinks are dependent on liqueurs — just take it from A Cozy Kitchen’s recipe.

Summer's Garden

This pretty pink drink recipe only contains four ingredients, one of which is rose geranium syrup. It’s almost too pretty to drink.

Pink Flower Cocktail

If you’re a fan of rosewater and wild hibiscus, then this pink flower cocktail recipe will be right up your alley. Perfect for a girl’s night in.

Spiced Mai Tai

It’s hard to imagine mai tais as being something that can be improved upon… but start imagining. This unique recipe spices thing up, giving the classic drink a slightly floral flavor thanks to some hints of orange blossoms. 

Gold Jasmine Martini

Made with jasmine green tea, honey, and vodka, this sweet drink recipe is about as floral as they come. Top it off with a bright edible flower to seal the deal.

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Jasmine Tea

No, it’s not a cocktail. Yes, it is the most ceremonious way to drink tea. Purchase some jasmine bloom flowers to change your entire tea-drinking game.

Lavender-Honey Iced Latte

Offbeat + Inspired’s recipe is so tasty, I’m pretty sure you’ll be hooked after one glass. Too bad Starbucks doesn’t serve this stuff.

Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail

Pick out the prettiest edible flower blossoms you can find to top off these refreshingly light spring cocktails. Maybe even replace the weekend mimosas with these bad boys…

Rose Martini

Yes, it’s as refreshing as it sounds. Start plucking your petals, and check out this detailed floral recipe.

Lavender Lemonade

While this drink can be made sans booze, this vodka-inclusive recipe is to die for — seriously, it will make your tastebuds sing.

Juniper Breeze

Made with elderflower cordial and a nice concoction of citrus fruits, this easy-to-follow recipe will be one you add to your collection.