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Enjoy Summer with these Greek Cocktails

How can you enjoy a Greek cocktail without visiting Greece? The only way to do it is to know the recipes and how to mix them for an enjoyable summer.

If you don’t feel like making it at home, don’t hesitate to visit Krasi in the Back Bay to try our delicious summer craft cocktails.


Ouzo lemonade is a refreshing Greek cocktail highly recommended in the summer. It’s a traditional drink widely loved among Greeks because of its anise-flavor component.

Ouzo lemonade is typically a clear drink, but it is usually diluted with water, which turns it milky white. It has a unique licorice-like flavor and is mainly served as an aperitif.

To make Ouzo Lemonade, start by pouring 2 oz room-temperature ouzo into a glass. Then add 1.5 oz lemon juice and three mint leaves. Mix to get the mint flavor. Add one teaspoon of honey drop and mix until it dissolves. Top the glass with 3 oz ice water and mix. If you want, add more water to lessen the concentration of the ouzo taste. Finally, garnish with a slice of lemon and enjoy.


The Greek salad Bloody Mary is a spinoff of Bloody Mary. So, if you are a fan of Bloody Mary drinks, you will undoubtedly like this cocktail.

To make this Greek cocktail, dress your tomato juice with a touch of kalamata olive brine and garnish it with feta-stuffed olives. If you prefer, you can also top it up with a touch of extra-virgin oil before serving.


The minty taste of a mojito is always a delight; the same goes for this Greek variant.

Mix 3-4 fresh mint leaves with a teaspoon of brown sugar and 1.5 oz of fresh lime juice in a cocktail shaker to make this Greek cocktail. Then, add 2 oz of amber brandy, 1 lemon juice, and the desired quantity of ice.

Please shake it well and strain it into an ice-filled highball glass. Finally, top it with a splash of club soda, serve, and enjoy.


Everyone loves a creamy-topped drink, so the Ramos Greek Fizz is a must-try traditional Greek cocktail.

First, get hold of your cocktail shaker, put in 2 oz tsipouro, 0.5 oz mastiha, 0.5 oz lemon juice, 0.5 oz lime juice, 0.5 oz simple syrup, one egg white, and two barspoons of Greek yogurt, then dry shake.

Add ice, shake again, and strain into a serving glass while also pouring in 3 oz of club soda. This ensures both liquids go into the glass at once to create a smooth, foamy top.


If you are looking for something to add a bright note to a gathering, the Greek doctor cocktail is always a good choice.

To make this cocktail, add 1 oz of ouzo, 1 oz of vodka, 0.5 oz of lemon juice, and 1 oz of orange juice into a cocktail shaker with ice. Then shake it until it becomes frosty, and strain it into a serving glass containing fresh ice. Finally, garnish with an orange slice and enjoy.


This traditional cocktail is sweet yet extremely detailed. The Greek tragedy is a satisfying drink that is also easy to make.

To make this drink at home, in a cocktail shaker with ice, first put in 0.75 oz ouzo, 0.75 sweet vermouth, 0.75 oz raspberry liqueur, and 0.5 oz lime juice, then shake it frosty. Fine strain into an iced coupe glass. And for some extra excitement, garnish with speared raspberry and lime twist

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