What better way is there to celebrate America’s independence day than with a few 4th of July cocktails!
I’ve got two Fourth of July cocktail recipes for you. One is a red, white, and blue layered cocktail and the other is just about the easiest cocktail to make ever!
American Tye Dye Cocktail Recipe
This 4th of July cocktail is a super festive layered red, white, and blue drink. Not only is it fun to drink, it tastes great too.
4th of July Rocket Gin Popsicle Cocktail Recipe
If you are looking for an easier cocktail recipe for the Fourth of July, it doesn’t get much easier than this Rocket Gin popsicle cocktail. It’s only two ingredients! It’s a little strong! To make it less strong let the popsicle melt for a while. You could also add some Sprite.
3 oz Gray Whale Gin
1 red, white and blue popsicle
Pour Gray Whale Gin in a glass. Dip popsicle + enjoy!
More Fourth of July Recipes
- 4th of July Chocolate Covered Strawberries
- Fourth of July Cupcakes
- Independence Day Donuts
- 4th of July Cake
PS ~ Happy Birthday to my lifelong best friend, Lindsey! You’re the best!
I tried the American Tye Dye cocktail tonight. I used Coco Lopez for the coconut cream and it dropped to the bottom of the glass where it promptly froze up from the ice. The drink is very tasty but there is no coconut flavor until the end of the drink and then, that’s all you get with a mouthful of ice. I really wish the coconut cream would stay on top. I made two of them and got the same results.
If you stir it up you will taste the coconut more.