1. Bloody Mary
A Bloody Mary is a basic brunch classic and it does not seem to be a part of the sweet cocktails’ list, but it is a good option for people who want a healthier and spicier cocktail in the summer. If you take out the alcohol and make it a virgin Bloody Mary, it is a viable option for diabetics. Add a celery stalk or a dill spear and use low-sodium tomato juice.
A Bloody Mary is made with vodka. Vodka comes in many varieties and quality. . Bloody Mary has other ingredients besides the low-sodium tomato juice that are combined in this recipe like lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, freshly ground pepper, hot sauce (Tabasco or Cholula), and a celery stalk or a dill spear to garnish the beverage.
2. Kiwi Martini
Kiwi Martinis are good sweet cocktails for the summer due to their rich, kiwi flavor. They are also a good option for people with diabetes. If you use a natural sweetener like Stevia or a sugar substitute like Splenda in your simple syrup recipe, you will have a diabetic cocktail. These particular martinis are made with two different alcoholic components, gin and vodka, but will use similar ingredients.
Gin comes in many varieties and quality. When you mix these types of drinks, you need to use top-shelf gin. Bombay Sapphire, Tanqueray, and Beefeater are just a few of these types of gin to use for alcoholic beverages like the Kiwi Martini.
Vodka comes in many varieties and quality. When you mix these types of drinks, you need to use top-shelf vodka. Absolute Elyx, Grey Goose VX and Svedka 100 Proof are just a few of these types of vodka to use for alcoholic beverages. The Kiwi Martini also has other ingredients that consist of simple syrup (replace sugar with sugar substitutes) and kiwi.
3. Piña Colada
Piña Coladas are one of the best sweet cocktails to start with for first-time drinkers. Have you ever heard of the Escape? This song by Rupert Holmes is called the Piña Colada Song for a reason, the word Piña Colada is repeated in the song. If you have not tried a Piña Colada before, you should just to know what you are missing.
White rum comes in many varieties and quality. When mixing these types of drinks, you need to use top-shelf white rum. Bambu, 10 Crane and Rogue are just a few of these types of white rum to use for Piña Coladas.
Dark rum comes in many varieties and quality. When mixing these types of drinks, you need to use top-shelf dark rum. Coruba Dark Rum, Zacapa and Facundo Paraiso Rum are just a select few of these types of dark rum to use for Piña Coladas.
According to Wikipedia,”The Piña Colada is a sweet cocktail made with [. . .] cream of coconut or coconut milk, and pineapple juice, usually served either blended or shaken with ice. It may be garnished with either a pineapple wedge, maraschino cherry, or both.”
Mojitos are one of the best sweet cocktails to start with for social gatherings or when you want to relax at the beach. These sweet cocktails are the best if you like citrus and mint in your beverage. Mojitos are also a good option for a person with diabetes, if you replace the sugar in the simple syrup with a natural sweetener like Stevia or a sugar substitute like Splenda.
White rum comes in many varieties and quality. When mixing these types of drinks, you need to use top-shelf white rum. Bambu, 10 Crane and Rogue are just a few of these types of white rum to use for alcoholic beverages. A Mojito uses white rum, but it also consists of other ingredients like lemon and lime juice, sugar (replace with sugar substitute), mint, ice, and sparkling water (or club soda).
The Screwdriver is a somewhat popular highball alcoholic drink, which is made with orange juice and vodka. This sweet cocktail may be a basic alcoholic concoction with two ingredients, but to 21-year-old college students, this drink is the cheapest way to indulge themselves. Although this beverage has two ingredients, there are multiple variations of this cocktail.
If you want your Screwdriver to have an interesting twist, you can add Sprite, 7-Up, or the equivalent. However, if you do not want to add anymore sugar to the concoction, then you can add club soda with each of these options you can get a spritzer effect. When you pour the drink over the ice (or the rocks) it will delude itself over time. If you want to get all of the tangy goodness, you should drink this cocktail with a straw.