8 Floral Cocktails That Are Almost Too Pretty To Drink

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Those floral cocktails are just so adorable to look at, and these prickly pear margaritas are a cuteness overload thanks to the edible flower garnishes!


A bartender in New York City created the iconic floral cocktail known as the Aviation around the beginning of the 1800s. This gin-based cocktail's purple color comes from crème de violette!

Edible Flower Lemon Jello Shots

Never before have Jell-O shots looked so classy! These are a must for the reception if you're hosting a do-it-yourself backyard wedding. Moreover, getting all of the bridesmaids involved in the joy of creating

Spring Flowers Cocktail With Lilac Syrup

Lime, crème de violette, and lilac syrup are added to this rum cocktail. This cocktail is a must-have for your summertime getaway because of its flowery and tropical combination!

Golden Jasmine Martini

This little cocktail will bring joy to those who enjoy jasmine tea. Serve it as a delicious pre-meal aperitif to balance the tastes of your Asian-style dinner!

Hibiscus Champagne Cocktail

One of the more popular ingredients for cookery and floral cocktails is hibiscus. They are even neatly wrapped in jars that include their own syrup! All you need to enjoy this aromatic glass of bubbly

June Blush Cocktail

Rose water is a multipurpose ingredient that works well in cupcakes and beauty products alike. Combine it with gin, ginger liqueur, and lemon juice to create a lovely floral cocktail suitable for serving during high tea

Lavender Bee s Knees

This traditional cocktail from the Prohibition era seems like the ideal pre-bedtime libation. For the ideal evening spent unwinding, curl up with a good book and this lavender and gin nightcap.