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17 Ways To Literally Drink Flowers That Actually Taste Amazing

Because drinking flowers is way easier than planting them.

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1. Four-Ingredient Spring Coconut Crush

Recipe here.
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2. Strawberry Chamomile Paloma

Recipe here.
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3. Rose Lemon Spritzer

Recipe here.
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4. Strawberry Lavender Champagne Floats

Recipe here.
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5. Rose Martini

Recipe here.

6. Smoking Rose Paloma

Recipe here.
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7. Rose Royal

Recipe here.
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8. Strawberry and Rose Sorbet Champagne

Recipe here.
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9. Meyer Lemon Chamomile Cocktail

Recipe here.
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10. Lavender Sour

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

11. Berrylicious Floral Cocktail

Recipe here.
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12. Rhubarb Lilac Spritzer

Recipe here.
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13. Lavender Grapefruit Gin Buck

Recipe here.
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14. The Marigold Cocktail

Recipe here.
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15. Raspberry Rose Fizz

Recipe here.
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16. Rose Cucumber Cocktail

Recipe here.
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17. Peppered Rose Cocktail

Recipe here.
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