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Red, White & Blue Cocktails to Rev Up Your Party

Get ready to dazzle your guests with these star-spangled sips 😎! These are the most vibrant, eye-catching, and delicious drinks that perfectly capture the spirit of July 4th! Whether you’re hosting a bashor just love a colorful concoction, these cocktails will be the star of the show! Forget the fireworks!

Bomb Pop Shot

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Red, White and Blue – This is the time to try your hand at making the most American of cocktails! Fun to make and so tasty – great to wow your guest!

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Dad’s Sangria

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Red: The perfect party cocktail because it serves so many and it is so delicious. My Dad had the best Summer Sangria recipe. Using the best summer fruits, plus a dash a brandy, it’s perfect for a hot summer day, picnics, dinner parties and any other summer entertaining you might be having!

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White Lady

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White: You can fight over which Harry invented this cocktail – some say Harry MacElhone in 1919 at Ciro’s Club in London and some say Harry Craddock from the American Bar at the Savoy Hotel, it really doesn’t matter as it is still a classic!

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Blue Hawaiian

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Blue: Picture this: you’re lounging on a pristine sandy beach, the gentle waves lapping at the shore, and a refreshing drink in hand that’s as dazzling as the turquoise waters before you. If that sounds like a dream come true, then the Blue Hawaiian cocktail is your ticket to turning that dream into a reality!

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Watermelon Shot

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Red: The combination of watermelon and tequila, plus a bit of watermelon liqueur make this easy shot recipe the perfect summer cooler! It’s color makes it red, red, red!!

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The White Mouse

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White: The cocktail was created at the American Bar at the Stafford Hotel in London for a very British spy! Named after Nancy Wakes, the famous WWII spy, the White Mouse is a celebration of her daring deeds! Made with Saffron Gin, shaken with lemon juice, honey and Champagne and garnished with star anise.  It has long been the most popular drink on The American Bar’s menu.

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Angelo Azzurro

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Blue: We head to Italy for this one. Although this cocktail screams the 1970’s with its artificial, yet inherently glam, color. The Angelo Azzurro (Blue Angel) deserves its rightful place among the rest of the Italian classics!

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Red Berry Crush

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Red: Indulge in the vibrant burst of flavor with the Red Berry Crush. I used Ciroc Red Berry Vodka, but you can use any berry vodka. The raspberry and rose combo make it sing!

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Ramos Gin Fizz

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White: A New Orleans institution, the Ramos Gin Fizz was created by Henry Charles Ramos at the Imperial Cabinet Saloon in 1888! Since then it has become one of the city’s enduring classics!

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Blackberry Fizz

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Blue: Mix gin, blackberry liqueur, lemon juice, and soda water to get that gorgeous blue. It’s all about the muddling! Expect both sweet and tart and garnished with fresh berries for that tang!

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