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Summertime Classics

Searching for something to help cool you down when the temperature just keeps going up?

Look no further! These are a few of our favorite drinks to sip on a scorcher. No guarantees how long the ice’ll stay icy, so don’t forget a koozie.

Tito's Vodka bottle, cocktail, and summer cooler with lake in the background

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  • Red, White & Boozy in a tall glass next to a Tito's Vodka bottle by a swimming pool

    Tito's Red, White & Boozy

    America’s Original Craft Vodka, a splash of color, fresh blueberries, all topped with bubbles. No matter how you’re celebrating the season, raise a Tito’s Red, White & Boozy for a summer well spent.

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  • Tito's Blueberry Bloom

    The soothing smell of lavender and a soft summer breeze…it doesn’t get much better than that. Just add fresh blueberries and a spritz of citrus for a floral Tito’s cocktail that pairs perfectly with that first, sweet summer bloom.

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  • Tito's Summer Heat

    It’s gettin' hot in here, and we’re not just talking about the summer weather. With sweet agave, a squeeze of citrus, and a helping handful of heat, this spicy cocktail is perfect for poolside sipping.

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  • Tito's Copper Mug with a lime garnish next to Tito's Vodka bottle

    Tito's Salty Dog

    Sipping on the dock lakeside? Cannonballing into your backyard blow-up pool? Reading by the ocean? No matter how you spend hot summer days this tart classic is the perfect cool down.

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  • Slices of watermelon with Tito's Vodka bottle next to drink dispenser on a red and white checkered table cloth by a swimming pool

    Tito's Watermelon Infusion

    Watermelon serves as a summer favorite. Funny thing, we think the same thing about Tito’s. What if you combined the two for an infusion you’re sure to love? Give it a try. Just let your bottle sit for a few days before mixing up a fresh cocktail so it all has time to percolate.

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