Last Update: June 22, 2023
Hot days call for cool drinks, so we rounded up some of the best beverages to keep you hydrated and refreshed this summer.
Whether you’re seeking an iced-down alternative to your morning caffeine ritual, the perfect seasonal sip for cocktail hour, or a grab-and-go beverage to pack in your beach bag, read on for all the best summer drink recipes and ready-to-drink refreshments from Thrive Market.
For an AM pick-me-up that won’t compete with your air conditioner (because it’s working hard enough), try one of these inspired iced coffee, iced latte, or iced tea recipes.
Don’t knock instant coffee until you’ve tried ours in this 30-second recipe. Cardamom and vanilla take the flavor to the next level.
Bring a sense of ceremony to your morning ritual with our organic Japanese matcha. Collagen offers nourishing protein in this dairy-free latte.
Energizing MCT oil and Switch sugar-free sweetener keep this treat-worthy iced coffee recipe totally keto friendly.
Here’s a brilliant idea: serve this grown-up frozen coffee after dinner at your next outdoor gathering.
Thanks to wellness superfoods like turmeric and spirulina, you’ll feel good about pouring a second round of these easy summer mixed drinks and stretching happy hour just a little longer. (Looking for the perfect bottle to pair with your summer cookout menu? Click here.)
Post a pic of these tie-dye frozen cocktails before you take the first sip and watch the likes pour in.
Take cocktail hour to the spa with this trio of spicy cocktails. (Pro tip: make extra wellness tonic to sip on the morning after.)
OK, so it’s not technically a cocktail, but these wine-spiked popsicles will bring out the kid in you and all your 21+ friends.
Give your summer water slushie an antioxidant twist with simple syrup made from organic goji berries.
Sip all day and feel fancy while you’re at it with these alcohol-free drinks that don’t skimp on creativity.
Organic matcha and full-spectrum hemp extract give blissful benefits to this uplifting tonic, which is extra refreshing thanks to notes of basil and cucumber.
Got a mint plant taking over your herb garden, as mint tends to do? Harvest a handful of leaves for this refreshing mocktail that’s enhanced with a skin-loving hyaluronic acid supplement.
These alcohol-free drinks put the “fun” in “functional” with wholesome ingredients like naturally flavored sparkling water and gut-friendly kombucha.
You can’t help but feel glamorous sipping this floral sparkler, enhanced with CBD for extra chill.
No post-party dull skin here—these fruity summer drinks offer a beauty boost thanks to collagen powder.
Headed outdoors for a day under the sun? Fill your cooler bag with these grab-and-go healthy drinks and hydrate happily.
Teatulia sources its organic green and black tea leaves from a regenerative farm in Bangladesh. Their smooth-tasting cold brew iced teas contain no added sweeteners.
Keep your hydration routine simple with a more sustainable take on “bottled” water: not only does Richard’s Rainwater come in a lower-impact aluminum can, but the brand harvests water from rain clouds and promises none of the “forever chemicals” (also known as PFAS) commonly found in groundwater.
Drink your skincare with sparkling teas from a female- and BIPOC-founded brand. Formulated in partnership with a naturopathic doctor, these refreshing teas are boosted with medicinal herbs like hawthorn berry, nettle root, and horsetail, plus a dose of collagen peptides.
We think our ultra-hydrating coconut water—ethically sourced from small farms in the Philippines—is pretty perfect as is, so we don’t add any sugar or preservatives. For a mineral-rich take on spa water, you can add your own combinations of fresh fruit and herbs.
Love the fizz and belly benefits of kombucha? Revive Kombucha contains only 5g of sugar per can, less than half that of another popular brand.
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