Four Easy-To-Make Party Cocktails To Impress Your Guests

You’ve got a pool party or a house party coming this weekend and you still don’t know what to prepare for your guests? There are many ways to create a cocktail; they can be a load of fun to make if you decide to mix it up from the originals.

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our guide to making simple party cocktails that are both delicious and impressive.

Watermelon Margarita

What’s better than a glass of cooling watermelon margarita on a hot summer day? If you can't watermelons, do not fret, use strawberries instead. It will taste just as great!

What you need are 2 ounces of tequila, 1 ounce of triple sec, 1 ounce of lime juice, a scoop of watermelon eegee's and a sprinkle of salt. First, rim a margarita glass with salt. Pour watermelon eegee's into the glass. Add ice, tequila, triple sec and lime juice into a cocktail shaker. Shake well and strain over the glass. That’s it!

Desert Unicorn

This drink is essentially a version of lemon Eegee’s, topped off with some whipped cream and chopped fruits. The edible pearl dust, however, gives it a different twist and some might say mystical powers.

The recipe requires lemon Eegee’s, whipped cream, 1/3 cup of chopped strawberries, sprinkles, maraschino cherry for garnish and a small amount of edible pearl dust.

First, add the strawberries into a pint glass; then fill the remaining of the glass with lemon Eegee’s. Incorporate the pearl dust with the contents by stirring. Top it all off with the cherry, sprinkles and whipped cream.

Kiwi Gin Fizz

The gin in this drink gives the beverage a different twang of herbal qualities that light up this patio drink. You might also enjoy the fizzling San Pellegrino when you pour it over the top.

This recipe includes an ounce of gin, San Pellegrino sparkling water, 1/2 a lemon, 1/2 a kiwi and a scoop of lemon Eegee’s. Begin by slicing the lemon and kiwi into thin rings. Place them into the glass filled with lemon Eegee’s. Finally, pour the gin and fizzy San Pellegrino over to finish off and you can start enjoying it.

Tucson Mule

The Tucson Mule is similar to the popular frosty drink Moscow Mule, but a slushy version. For some of those who aren’t into ginger beer, it can get a little overwhelming. Having the lemon Eegee’s will help to even out the beer taste and add a different twist of citrus flavor.

The recipe includes lemon Eegee’s, 1 ounce lime juice, 1 ounce vodka and 6 ounces of ginger beer. Start by incorporating the vodka and lime juice into a cup. Then, add the lemon Eegee’s to taste. Top it off with the beer and a lime garnish.

Get the Best Liquor at Liquor Stars

If you’re looking to stock up on a quality liquor to make the suggested recipes above, we have a wide collection of tequila, vodka and gin here at Liquor Stars. You’ll definitely be able to find your favorite drink for your cocktails here. Check out our products now!