Cocktails for Your 20’s
Whether you're in your twenties or just in your twenties at heart, these cocktail and shot recipes are sure to liven up the party.
A combination of Red Bull and Jägermeister creates this popular bomb shot. Be careful– it's not a drink for the faint of heart!
Lemon Drop Shot
These delicious shooters go down a little too easy, so make sure to pace yourself!
Basic Jello Shots
You may be tempted to use straight vodka, but don't! By using flavored vodka instead of regular, you can create delicious flavors that actually make Jello Shots taste good! Imagine that.
Irish Car Bomb
This bomb shot isn't for the faint of heart. It will begin to curdle if you don’t drink it fast enough!
Transport yourself ocean-side with this classic, tropical cocktail.
Coco Lopez, dark rum, and fruit juices are all you need to create this refreshing, tropical cocktail.
A combination of vodka, triple sec, and lime juice are guaranteed to get the party started. Pace yourself– these shooters are strong!
Apple Pie Moonshine
A delicious apple cider cocktail just so happens to be the perfect autumn drink.
Citrus-Honey Beer Shandy
This cocktail just screams summer, but of course you could always opt to enjoy it any time of year.
Cherry Berry Cocktail
This vodka cocktail is berry bliss. Garnish with a handful of your favorite berries skewered on a cocktail pick or straw.
The Blue Whale is a signature cocktail at the Whale Watching Bar at Sandos Finisterra resort in Los Cabos, Mexico. As a blue whale is to Baja so is Curacao to this martini: a sweet delight.
Drink to a Mexican-inspired evening with these tasty beer cocktails. Limeade concentrate and orange liqueur add bright flavor. If you like your margaritas bold, make the drink with dark beer. Serve in mason jars for added summer flair.
Top this popular wizarding beverage with plenty of homemade whipped cream.
Root Beer Float
This vodka spiked drink is a for-adults-only twist on the classic.
Add some fizz to these otherwise traditional margaritas by adding seltzer water to the mix.
Long Island Iced Tea
Long Island iced tea isn't for the faint of heart. Serve this stiff drink in a martini glass to encourage slow sipping.