"Beertails" in the summer and "crocktails" in the winter were hot.
Plain old water didn't do the trick anymore in 2015. Pinterest love for fruit-infused water doubled this year, thanks to refreshing recipes like this popular one.
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Fruity, tart, cool – this infused water covers all the bases.
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These festive ice cubes proved floral arrangements aren't just for the table. Pinners loved the multitasking combo of cocktail garnish and drink chiller.
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Beer-based punches kept pinners cool all summer long – according to Pinterest, "beertail" pins doubled in popularity this year.
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Brunch devotees tried out new variations on the classic mimosa. Swap out bubbly for lager in this two-ingredient cocktail.
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Summer shandys won over even the most beer-averse drinkers with refreshing citrus notes.
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Pinners warmed up to hot spiked drinks all fall, pinning slow cooker cocktails 250 times more than last year. A citrus kick made this mulled wine recipe a holiday party fave.
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The "crocktail" version of this summertime favorite becomes seasonally appropriate thanks to a (heavy) splash of brandy.
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Lemon, whisky, water, and sugar (with a hint of nutmeg) make the perfect Hot Toddy – and mi up the batch in a slow cooker means you can come back for refills all night long.
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Pinners went nuts over grown-up cider recipes, but kids-at-heart can still use Caramel Apple Pops as drink stirrers for an extra sugary kick.
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The Germans got it right with this internationally-beloved version of mulled wine. Start raiding the pantry for cinnamon, anise, cloves, nutmeg, and vanilla to spice up a basic bottle of red.
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The carol "Here We Come A-wassailing" is basically a tribute to this delicious alcoholic beverage, which uses apple and cranberry juices instead of traditional cider.
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