A sweet, literal twist on America’s colors, this drink is refreshing enough to drink in the sweltering Fourth of July sun.
Mix lemonade and watermelon schnapps in a shaker with ice. Pour into tall glass then add liquor of your choice, followed by the blue curacao on top, creating beautiful layers.
For the pineapple and coconut lovers at your party that don’t want the calorie content of piña coladas.
Add ice into glass, then mix in all ingredients. Stir then slice a pineapple chunk down the middle and set on the side of your glass for garnish.
A drink that tones down the sweetness for anyone who wants to keep the party going through the night without the calories.
Shake all ingredients in a shaker and pour on top of ice. Add lemon wedge for garnish.
This one is for those who want to get right to business without skipping the refreshment of sweet summer drinks.
Layer all ingredients in short, ice-filled glass. Stir and serve.
A nod to the days when America was nothing but a British colony. We will stand for no taxation with representation and no party without a “tea” drink. This take on the typical Long Island iced tea is social lubricant to say the least.
Place all ingredients in a shaker. Shake and pour in tall, ice-filled glass. Garnish with lemon.
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