Whether you’re dining al fresco or lounging around the pool – La Croix cocktails are the perfect effervescent drink to sip on in the summer! When it’s hot outside, the last thing I want is a sugar-filled drink. La Croix cocktails keep the sugar count down while still giving you a refreshing, bubbly beverage.
I’ve gathered up some of my favorite cocktails that I think you will love. Be sure to comment below and tell me your favorite!
La Croix Cocktails
From low-sugar to low-carb, La Croix cocktails are the perfect refreshing cocktail choice!
La Croix Vodka Cranberry – the perfect drink for any occasion!
Sparkling Cucumber Cocktail – A refreshing low-sugar summer cocktail!
Strawberry Rosé Spritzer – A refreshing low-sugar cocktail!
La Croix Paloma – A low-carb Paloma!
Easy Berry Mojito – A fresh twist on a classic mojito featuring La Croix lime sparkling water.
La Croix Berry Vodka Spritzer – A refreshing summer cocktail with three simple ingredients.
Blackberry-Cucumber-Vanilla Vodka Spritzer from Burrata and Bubbles.
Hibiscus Gin Fizz Recipe from Easy Cooking with Molly
Blueberry Bourbon Smash from Champagne Tastes
Orange Creamsicle Crush from A Nerd Cooks
Cooling Cucumber Mint Gin Fizz + Lime from Killing Thyme
Spiked Strawberry Lemonade Fizz from Killing Thyme
Chocolate Mint Coconut Gin Soda from We Are Not Martha
Sparkling Tequila Cocktail from 2 Cookin’ Mamas
Pineapple Coconut Mojito from 2 Cookin’ Mamas
Caipirinha Recipe from Zestful Kitchen
Ruby Refresher from Erica’s Recipes
La Croix Cocktails FAQs
With sparkling water being low in sugar and effervescent, La Croix goes will with just about any alcohol. Vodka, Rosé, Tequila, Rum – they all combine well with La Croix to make a refreshing low sugar cocktail.
No, La Croix itself does not contain alcohol. It is only sparkling water infused with various flavors.
Mix in fresh fruit, simple syrups, your choice of alcohol (or not) – really the possibilities are endless for creating your own sparkling water cocktail.
La Croix is not tonic water. La Croix is sparkling water which is plain water that is carbonated whereas tonic water is a bitter drink because of the addition of quinine.
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