In the May/June 2017 issue, we feature some of our favorite pitcher designs for effortless cocktail batching. To put your pitcher to use, here are a few warm-weather recipes that work swimmingly in large quantities.
Jeffrey Morgenthaler’s version of the large-format Mojito uses mint syrup to make the drink a little easier to mix.
Streamline your Mint Julep-making with this simple recipe.
White Nectarine Sangria
Nectarines and floral elderflower liqueur set the tone for this sparkling white sangria.
The Buck Hunter
A simple combo of whiskey, lemon and ginger, this might just be the perfect pitcher cocktail.
Grapefruit ups the flavor in this refreshing Margarita recipe.
Mint Julep Iced Tea
With the same mint and bourbon combo of a traditional mint julep, this patio-ready riff brings another Southern staple into the mix—sweet tea.
Cochon’s Bloody Mary
Chef Donald Link’s recipe features some unmistakably Southern ingredients.
Bourbon packs a big hit of flavor when combined with orange bitters, Earl Grey tea and mint tea.
Tea time gets an update in this refresher, as an Earl Grey syrup adds extra depth to a mix of gin, plum brandy and lemon juice.
Vibrant in both color and flavor, this hibiscus punch is infinitely customizable.
Tequila Honey Bee
One of the most popular cocktails from NYC’s Egg Shop tastes great as a punch—or frozen cocktail.
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