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Get your patriotic party on with these red, white, and blue drinks for the 4th of July. Including summery sangria recipes, nonalcoholic sippers, and ice cream shakes, our July 4th drinks will help you celebrate the festive holiday. Just pick a drink recipe and get sippin'.
Dive into a family-friendly watermelon sipper for this year's 4th of July celebrations. Carry the day's patriotic theme into your display: Using clear and blue glasses, a large ice-filled cooler, and a jug, you can create a festive finish to your buffet.
This red wine sangria is a July 4th triple threat -- blueberries, strawberries, and cherries fill the red and blue drink. Don't forget to refrigerate for at least two hours before serving (it helps the flavors meld).
Take a trip to the tropics with this refreshing cocktail made with coconut, orange, and banana. A hint of vanilla adds an extra bit of sweetness to the 4th of July drink.
A bit of bright blue will add festivity to any 4th of July party. Simply add a splash of blue curacao and orange wedges to transform this vodka cocktail into a party-ready drink.
Savor summer strawberries with a lip-puckering margarita recipe that's perfect for any July 4th party. Whole strawberries find their place alongside splashes of triple sec and tequila in the drink recipe.
When the temps start to rise, turn to a classic pina colada to cool you down. Learn how to make our 10-minute version of the coconut-pineapple drink!
Dark sweet cherries and zesty orange lighten your favorite red wine in this sangria recipe. Add orange liqueur and cherry syrup for an extra hit of adults-only flavor.
Frosty peppermint drinks may make you dream of December, but this pure-white cocktail is worth the July jump. Peppermint schnapps and crushed mints keep each sip minty and refreshing -- perfect for hot summer days.
Drink Recipe Tip: Rim each glass with a mix of red and white sugars (add blue, too!) to enhance the 4th of July celebration.
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Bring a creamy coconut flavor to classic margaritas for a sweet sipper the whole group will love. Toasted coconut flakes on the rim are a fun final touch.
Every 4th of July drink needs a coaster! Impress your party guests with these downloadable designs.
Make the Coasters:
Color-print the download page on white cardstock. Using scissors, cut out the coaster designs. Spray 4-inch-diameter round chipboard coasters with spray adhesive, and press on cutout designs to adhere. Coat with matte-finish clear spray and let dry.