party drink recipe

Football Playoffs Party Drinks

Delicious, easy to make party drinks for the football playoffs

party drink recipe
The Juicy Tiger

The friends are coming over to watch the playoffs. Of course you’ll have some cold brewskies, but you might want to try your hand at these delicious, easy to make drinks that will go perfect with practically any type of snacks or finger foods.

The Juicy Tiger

This one is really simple and the ingredients are probably already in your house.

Cola (or diet cola), sour mix (or margarita mix), vodka.

Pour 1 shot (1.5 oz) of vodka and ½ shot (.75 oz) of sour mix over crushed ice in a highball or other 8 oz glass. Add 2 shots (3 oz) of your favorite cola. Stir and garnish with lemon slice.
This goes perfect with fried pickles.

Boston Limelight

Here is another simple to make drink that might kick your party up a notch or two!

Seagram’s lime twisted gin, On The Border Margarita Mix, Triple Sec.

Directions:In a pitcher, add 3 parts OTB Margarita Mix, 1 part Lime Twisted Gin, and ½ part Triple Sec. Stir until well mixed. Pour over ice. Garnish with mint and lime wedge.
A refreshing drink to go with dips and chips.

It’s worth noting that you shouldn’t use a flask to carry mixed cocktails. Flasks are better used to carry straight liquor like whiskey or vodka. Also, make sure your guests are safe and don’t over serve. We want everyone around for the next time the Cowboys are in the playoffs. And truthfully, they may have to be around a LONNNNGGG time before that happens.


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