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I am back today with more recipes for Cocktails from the Garden. Specifically, I am sharing with you 9 Rosemary Cocktail Recipes that I have gathered from some talented and creative mixologists!

If you've been reading Nourish and Nestle for any length of time, you know that I am the self-proclaimed president of the I ❤ Rosemary fan club! There is something so wonderfully versatile about this woody/piney herb! Obviously, it works well with most savory food, but I think it really shines in sweet foods as well; my recipes for Rosemary, Fig and Nut Bread, and Rosemary Lemon Scones are just 2 delicious examples.

So I am not the least bit surprised that the wonderful Rosemary also makes a great cocktail. But, don't take my word for it! 

Rosemary Cocktail Recipes: Cocktails from the Garden

The woody/piney fragrance of Rosemary really shines in these 9 Rosemary Cocktail Recipes. While these cocktails can surely be enjoyed year-round, the first seven are particularly refreshing for warmer weather. The last 2 really say, "enjoy me around a fire during cooler weather."

Rosemary Lillet Spritzer

Rosemary Lillet Spritzer

A delightful cocktail with Rosemary Simple Syrup, Lillet Blanc and Seltzer Water

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The Palace Cafe Cocktail
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The Palace Cafe Cocktail

This Palace Cafe Cocktail is fresh, herbaceous (thanks to rosemary-infused vodka), and very refreshing.

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Rosemary Greyhound Cocktails (made in batch)
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Rosemary Greyhound Cocktails (made in batch)

Grapefruit juice, vodka, and homemade rosemary simple syrup (YUM) are mixed together and served over crushed ice. A sprig of fresh rosemary and a slice of fresh grapefruit make these cocktails look gorgeous, but they’re SO easy to make.

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Rosemary Rhubarb Daiquiris
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Rosemary Rhubarb Daiquiris

It’s not just the pleasantly sour flavor of raw rhubarb or the perky, earthy hint of rosemary that I love in this cocktail. It’s also not too sweet, very refreshing, and one recipe makes the perfect amount to fill a pitcher to share with friends.

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Meyer Lemon and Rosemary Tom Collins
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Meyer Lemon and Rosemary Tom Collins

Meyer Lemon and Rosemary Tom Collins is a refreshing seasonal recipe that has a hint of rosemary and the bright taste of Meyer Lemon.

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Rosemary Paloma
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Rosemary Paloma

I really love this recipe for Rosemary Palomas. It has the salty tequila flavor that I love, mixed with a tart grapefruit juice and just a hint of sweetness from the rosemary-infused Triple Sec.

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Sparkling Rosemary Grapefruit Gin Martini
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Sparkling Rosemary Grapefruit Gin Martini

Feel classy with this Rosemary Grapefruit Gin Martini. Homemade cocktail with gin, rosemary simple syrup, fresh grapefruit juice and sparkling bitters.

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Apple Rosemary Whiskey Cocktail
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Apple Rosemary Whiskey Cocktail

This Apple Rosemary Whiskey Cocktail is like fall in a glass.  This easy fall cocktail makes a whole pitcher, so it’s perfect for football parties tailgating, or game day!

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Cranberry Rosemary Shrub Cocktail
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Cranberry Rosemary Shrub Cocktail

A homemade cranberry shrub with hints of black pepper, rosemary, and cinnamon is combined with bourbon and seltzer for a festive and colorful drink.

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