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6 seasonal drinks to keep your Nashville summer refreshing

From fruity and floral notes to names inspired by the season, these limited-time drinks are a must order.

The top of a latte in a white ceramic tea cup on a table surrounded by spilled blueberries and white chocolate chips.

The only blues we’ll be welcoming this summer is Bagelshop’s Deacon Blues. | Photo provided by Bagelshop

Break out the tiny umbrellas. We’re keeping cool this summer by sipping on these seasonal drinks.

Coffee by day

Deacon Blues | Bagelshop, 2708 Old Lebanon Rd. | Blueberry and white chocolate latte

Neighborlily Fruit Tea | Neighborlily, 606 Monroe St. | Blend of ginger peach tea, pineapple, orange, and lemon

Strawberry Pie | Matryoshka Coffee, 370 Herron Dr. #4 | Homemade strawberry milk topped with a double shot of espresso and served iced

A red drink in a tall margarita glass with a salted rim and lime slice garnish

Order the Lonely Him during your next visit to Taco Bamba. | Photo by Greg Powers

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Cocktails by night

Lonely Him | Taco Bamba, 4017 Hillsboro Pk. | Mezcal, yellow chartreuse, Aperol, lime, and candied fresno

Bees in the City | 1 Kitchen, 710 Demonbreun St. | Gin, local honey, chamomile tea, marigold amaro, and lemon, garnished with edible flower ice and local pollen

Spiced Watermelon | STK, 700 12th Ave. S. | Tequila, St-Germain elderflower liqueur, watermelon puree, fresh lime, and jalapeno with a Tajin rim and watermelon wedge garnish

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