To-go beverage culture has reached its peak just in time for summer celebrations. Choose from boozy cocktails, alcohol-free sodas, and caffeinated cans.
Cutwater Spirits Spicy Bloody Mary
This classic brunch beverage features Cutwater gluten-free vodka, ripe tomato juice, and an exciting pepper kick. At less than $4 per can, it’s the perfect pairing for a bagels-and-cream-cheese picnic.
At $3.25 per can, this Mimosa is both affordable and delicious. A 12-can pack is the equivalent of mixing four champagne bottles of bubbly and two juice cartons; you should probably invite some friends. At only five ingredients and 140 calories, there’s no longer a need to cart glass bottles to the park.
It was only a matter of time before this sparkling water master added lemonade to their arsenal. With strawberry, lemon, and pink lemonade packs, you can’t go wrong with these beverages that have just enough natural lemon twist and skip sugar entirely.
Whether you’re skipping dairy or you’re just a fan of the creamy oat milk texture that’s just about everywhere these days, La Colombe has a latte for you. From classic to vanilla and even caramel, you can pick your favorite buzzy beverage to keep you going all day.
Creamy and frothy and not an ounce of dairy to be found, this Earl Grey-based beverage has all of your favorite flavors, plus the creamy texture of a nitrogen-infused latte. At 25 mg of caffeine, you’ll be all set to chase little ones around your backyard bash.
At $5 a can, this is the highest-priced of the coffee bunch, but we promise it’s worth it. It’s brewed hot and made cold in seconds with a special technology. That means you can drink this smooth brew straight or over ice, no milk needed.
These fizzy probiotic sodas have wonderfully unique combinations like ginger, lemon and turmeric, wild berries, basil, and lime, and watermelon, lime, and rosemary. They’re made with organic juices, ground organic spices, and billions of CFUs of live probiotics.
Why have a glass of wine when you can have a modern wine spritzer? This Brut plus first press Japanese Yuzu juice is not too sweet and it’s low in alcohol, which might mean you have more than just one.