Community·Posted on Mar 4, 201717 Ways To Literally Drink Flowers That Actually Taste AmazingBecause drinking flowers is way easier than planting them.by ColleenJeffersCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community Team 1. Four-Ingredient Spring Coconut Crush Good Drink / Via thegooddrink.com Recipe here. 2. Strawberry Chamomile Paloma Half Baked Harvest / Via halfbakedharvest.com Recipe here. 3. Rose Lemon Spritzer Half Baked Harvest / Via halfbakedharvest.com Recipe here. 4. Strawberry Lavender Champagne Floats Pottery Barn / Via blog.potterybarn.com Recipe here. 5. Rose Martini Jenni Kayne / Via ripandtan.jennikayne.com Recipe here. 6. Smoking Rose Paloma Craft + Cocktails / Via craftandcocktails.co Recipe here. 7. Rose Royal Crate and Barrel / Via crateandbarrel.com Recipe here. 8. Strawberry and Rose Sorbet Champagne Sugar & Cloth / Via sugarandcloth.com Recipe here. 9. Meyer Lemon Chamomile Cocktail VinePair / Via vinepair.com Recipe here. 10. Lavender Sour Women & Whiskies / Via womenandwhiskies.com Recipe here. 11. Berrylicious Floral Cocktail Sugar and Charm / Via sugarandcharm.com Recipe here. 12. Rhubarb Lilac Spritzer Lark & Linen / Via jacquelynclark.com Recipe here. 13. Lavender Grapefruit Gin Buck Sugar & Cloth / Via sugarandcloth.com Recipe here. 14. The Marigold Cocktail Lauren Kelp / Via laurenkelp.com Recipe here. 15. Raspberry Rose Fizz Lark & Linen / Via jacquelynclark.com Recipe here. 16. Rose Cucumber Cocktail Lauren Kelp / Via laurenkelp.com Recipe here. 17. Peppered Rose Cocktail Anthropologie / Via blog.anthropologie.com Recipe here. Did you know you can sign up for a BuzzFeed account and create your own Community posts? Get started here!