Get your party on this Independence Day with these 20 Best 4th of July Boozy Drinks your guests will love!
Please note these 4th of July Boozy Drinks are intended for readers 21+ years of age. Please drink responsibly.
Why should the kids get to have all the fun this Independence Day?
Show your grown-up guests a good time with these Super Fun 4th of July Boozy Drinks that are sure to get your party started this holiday.
Just be careful around the fireworks when drinking, and please drink responsibly ♥
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Here’s a fun red, white, and blue drink and dessert in one!
Part panna cotta and part fruity cocktail, this drink is made up of layers of sweet grenadine, smooth coconut panna cotta, and blue curaçao orange liquor and topped with the perfect patriotic decoration – festive edible gold stars!
Sangria is the ultimate summertime party drink – it’s so easy to mix up and super refreshing on a hot day.
This sangria recipe is kicked up a notch for Independence Day with tasty red, white, and blue fruits, including Granny Smith apples cut into star shapes!
Turn your sangria into a frosty treat with this colorful frozen sangria recipe.
Planning a wild and crazy night this 4th of July? Check out these fire cracker jello shots featuring Pop Rocks, cake vodka, pineapple vodka, and coconut cream for a fruity, sweet party in your mouth!
Margaritas are my all-time favorite cocktail! Here’s an amazing 4th of July version with plenty of tequila (yea!), strawberry and blueberry purees (yum!), and creamy, full-fat coconut (double yum!).
This margarita is another drink and dessert in one, a boozy ice cream float featuring tequila and Cointreau (of course), fresh seasonal berries, and vanilla ice cream!
Prefer a non-dairy version? This drink also tastes great with coconut ice cream.
Serve up a little nostalgia this holiday with these jello shots inspired by the classic bomb pop popsicles!
These tasty 4th of July jello shots are creatively portioned in hollowed out, fresh strawberries for the perfect bite-sized treat!
You can’t get more down-home American than serving a red, white, and blue daiquiri in a mason jar with loads of yummy whipped cream and a cherry on top!
This lemonade based frosty drink is the ultimate summer cooler with blue curaçao and Smirnoff Red, White & Berry Vodka.
If you’re expecting a bunch of guests, it might just be easier to make one of these massive jello shots you can all share.
If you like vodka, here’s a gorgeous vodka margarita with bold red and blue colors that couldn’t be any brighter!
Here’s another drink that gives a major upgrade to your favorite childhood treat – snow cone shots!
This is actually an alcohol free recipe, but I thought these stars looked so awesome for the holiday, they were a must for your next patriotic celebration.
These stained glass jello shots may look difficult to make, but they honestly couldn’t be easier! Just make red and blue jello, break it into pieces, and cover it all with a white layer of gelatin and sweet condensed milk for a cool stained glass effect.
Leave them alcohol-free for the kiddos, or spike the red and blue jello with your favorite alcohol, like blue curaçao, vodka, grenadine (for a low alcohol treat), everclear (cheap!), or tequila.
This watermelon margarita definitely wins for presentation – stored and served in a hollowed out watermelon!
This fruity drink packs a punch (ha!) with tangy ginger ale and spicy Red Hots for an explosive treat.
Firecracker jello cups are a super fun way to celebrate with layers of red, white, and blue and a cherry on top to resemble firecrackers!
This 4th of July citrus splash features rum and blue curaçao and a fun Pop Rocks rim – the candy version of fireworks!
Replace the salt rim with Pop Rocks for a firecracker margarita that’ll give you a fun, festive, and flavorful mini explosion in your mouth to match the fireworks outside!
Make your party snacks boozy, too, with these strawberry bites soaked in rum and dipped in sweet white chocolate and candy sprinkles. Like this idea? Check out their Buzzed Cherry Bombs, too!
For more boozy dessert ideas, see 40 Incredible Boozy Desserts You Need in Your Life.
These Super Fun 4th of July Boozy Drinks are perfect for big holiday parties and intimate family get togethers alike.
For more refreshing summer drinks, check out 20 Best Diet-Friendly Fruity Cocktails You Need to Try This Summer.
What do you think of these Fun + Festive 4th of July Boozy Drinks? What are your party plans this year?
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