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Now when I think of whisky there honestly isn’t anything summery that comes to mind. When you think of summer cocktails the types of liquors that you’re reminded of are usually rums or fruit-flavored vodkas. But believe it or not there’s actually quite a few refreshing whisky cocktails that are more than perfect for beating that summertime heat. Canadian Club Whisky in particular boasts quite a few fruity drink recipes. Check out a few of their summer drink recipes below.

Black Cherry Tea

INGREDIENTS

1 part Canadian Club Classic 12

1 part Cruzan Black Cherry Rum

3-4 parts prepared ice tea (such as Nestea or Arizona)

Lemon wedge for garnish

DIRECTIONS

Build cocktail over ice in a highball glass. Garnish with a lemon wedge on the rim.

Peach Tea

INGREDIENTS

1 part Canadian Club Classic 12

1 part DeKuyper Peachtree

3-4 parts prepared ice tea (such as Nestea or Arizona)

Lemon wedge for garnish

DIRECTIONS

Build cocktail over ice in a highball glass. Garnish with a lemon wedge on the rim.

Mango Tea

INGREDIENTS

1 part Canadian Club Classic 12

1 part Cruzan Mango Rum

3-4 parts prepared ice tea (such as Nestea or Arizona)

Lemon wedge for garnish

DIRECTIONS

Build cocktail over ice in a highball glass. Garnish with a lemon wedge on the rim.

Every now and then you come across a drink recipe that you just know is gonna be amazing. Take for instance the extremely easy to make “Whippet.” Created by the makers of Whynatte the “Whippet” is so good that it’s said to cause pure madness in those who drink it.  Now I’m not sure about all that, but it does sound quite tasty. I wasn’t able to find a “Whippet” recipe online, but I do know that you just combine Whynatte and Pinnacle Whipped Vodka. I’m just unsure of the exact amounts so feel free to add however much you like (just don’t get too carried away folks).

INGREDIENTS

2-parts Whynatte

1-part Pinnacle Whipped Vodka

DIRECTIONS

Combine both Whynatte and Pinnacle Whipped Vodka in a small glass, mix, and ice (optional).

First off, Pharrell gets all his “lush points” taken away for stating that he’s “not much of a drinker” while at the same time promoting a brand new liquor. I find that a little odd, but maybe that’s just me. Anywho, Pharrell celebrated the launch of Qream Liqueur (a partnership with Diageo) in Beverly Hills last night and to be honest it sounds like he’s got himself a nice little product. The line will consist of strawberry cream and peach cream flavors and will retail for about $29.99 per bottle.