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  1. Frequently Asked Questions
  2. Watch how to make this Gin Spritz cocktail
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  4. Strawberry Gin Spritz Cocktail Recipe

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This Jam Gin Spritz cocktail made with strawberry jam could totally be a contender for the drink of the summer. It’s light, crisp, and uses things you’ll likely have on hand, especially the jam!

Picture yourself sipping on a gin spritz with a surprise twist: strawberry jam! It’s like summer in a glass—gin mixed with a bit of strawberry jam and a splash of sparkling water or prosecco. The jam adds a sweet depth that blends perfectly with the fizz, giving you a pink-colored drink that’s not just pretty but super tasty.

Two glasses filled with a gin spritz topped with slices of strawberry and orange peel.

Maybe you’re enjoying it poolside, or perhaps it’s the perfect start to a lazy summer afternoon. Either way, it’s a drink that invites you to kick back, relax, and savor each moment. Garnished with a slice of fresh strawberry and an orange slice, it’s not just a cocktail; it’s a little celebration in a glass, bringing summer vibes no matter the season.

It’s fruity, fizzy, and totally refreshing—a sip that’ll make you smile and most likely want a second glass.

Glass with strawberry gin spritz with ice cubes and slices of strawberry with ombre red color.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a jam that works best for this recipe?

Any flavor of jam will work well with this recipe, but you’ll need to use something that pairs well with orange (or omit the orange entirely). Personally, I love to use strawberry butter as the jam of choice because of its perfectly smooth, creamy consistency. But blueberry jam, raspberry jam, and cherry jam would all work well as substitutes.

Can this be made for more than one drink?

Of course! Simply multiply the amounts by the number of drinks needed, or make them one by one.

Does the jam have to be used?

You can use fresh strawberries instead of the jam, but make sure to muddle them in the glass first. You want the strawberries to be broken down so that once the cocktail is shaken, the liquids will be mixed with the flavors of the strawberry.

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Glass filled with red color cocktail with slices of strawberry on top along with a sliver of orange peel.

Strawberry Gin Spritz Cocktail

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This jam gin spritz cocktail made with strawberry jam could totally be a contender for the drink of the summer. It’s light, crisp, and uses things you’ll likely have on hand, especially the jam!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 cocktail

Ingredients

  • 1 cup ice cubes
  • 2 oz gin
  • 1 tbsp strawberry jam
  • 2 oz fresh orange juice
  • prosecco (or sparkling water) as needed

Instructions
 

  • Place ice in a shaker (or other container with a tight-fitting lid). Add gin, strawberry jam, and orange juice. Shake for a few seconds to disperse the jam.
    1 cup ice cubes, 2 oz gin, 1 tbsp strawberry jam, 2 oz fresh orange juice
  • Pour the drink into a glass and top with prosecco (or sparking water). Garnish with slices of strawberry and orange peel, if desired.
    prosecco (or sparkling water)

Nutrition

Serving: 1cocktailCalories: 259kcal
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Difficulty Easy
Method Mixing

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