Maximum Living Refreshing Cocktail Recipes
There’s no better way to RELAX!
Kick of your shoes and let yourself be transported to Island Time with these fun and delicious cocktail recipes
Fun and easy-to-make, sangria wine is a great way to get the party started!
A sweet citrus refreshment that looks as good as it tastes. Homemade Granitas are really simple to make, and once you try it, you’ll be wondering how you've lasted this long without!
Escape to the tropics any time of year with a Maximum Living Piña Colada. The Coco Lopez Crème de Coco will have you tasting the flavor of the islands in no time!
If you can’t find a swimming pool full of Crème de Coco, then the next best thing is that coconut fantasy in a martini glass. This recipe was inspired by my latest trip to Hawaii, when I asked the bartender to make me the most coconut inspired drink on the island… And he delivered. Here is my version.
1950’s Hawaii is an era that evokes nostalgia like no other. Enter Elvis and the 1961 hit film Blue Hawaii and you've got a perfect theme for a drink. It’s the ocean and the tropics in a high ball glass, and when you drink it, you'll be transported to Hanauma Bay!
There's no better way to beat the summer heat than cooling down with a frozen margarita. Let the Maximum Living Strawberry Mango-Rita take you away to the sandy beaches of Cancun!
Grownups never outgrow a great popsicle, so here is a new twist that quenches the thirst of your inner child!
A great drink to cool off any day while getting to know a new personality of the mysterious grape!
Florence, Italy may have the David, but did you know they gave us the Negroni? It’s a sexy red drink that conjures up visions of Italian beauty.
This cocktail was specially developed and crafted for Maximum Living by Paul Bassert at the Thompson Hotel Seattle Rooftop bar, “The Nest”. It’s the perfect blend of sophistication and fun, a twist on a lemon drop with a splash of ginger that redefines a summer cocktail. Don’t miss the experience!
Fun, tropical drink to keep you cool in the summer heat!
The ultimate brunch cocktail, mimosas consist of champagne and orange juice, and are elegant, tasty, and super easy to make.
The drink became a seasonal specialty at Harry’s Bar in Venice, Italy, an institution since 1931 and a favorite of Ernest Hemingway, Sinclair Lewis, Alfred Hitchcock, and Orson Welles. If you can’t make it to Italy for the original, this is a simple recipe that we like.
Easy-to-make, fruity, tropical drinks perfect for relaxing on the beach or at the poolside.