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23 Easter Cocktail Ideas You’ll Love

Are you planning to serve mouth-watering cocktails for your guests this easter? We have put together some of the most amazing options you can think about.

And Oh! And guess what it’s a beautiful way to work on them into the spring season.

1. The Jack honey and grapefruits cocktail

This cocktail is exactly what it sounds; like carrying with it three ounces of freshly squeezed red grapefruit juice.

2. The Highline spritzer

The Highline spritzer from the film or room is everything perfect for the beginning of spring, with lavender syrup, Lillet rose, and prosecco.

3. The Tokyo Iced Tea

To make the Tokyo ice tea, all you have to do is blend all the white liquors gotten from the Long Island iced tea with 7-up and Kiwi liqueur.

4. The Eden cocktail

This is a very simple cocktail that features pisco brandy with mandarin orange, apricot, and lime.

5. The Aviation cocktail

This drink is a blend of cherry, floral, and light citrus notes. Perfect for that Easter dinner with family and colleagues.

6. Homemade marshmallow vodka infusion

When you make your own marshmallow vodka infusion what you would get is it delicious and lightly sweet taste with vanilla notes.

The amazing part is you can make this within 24 hours, and it is just perfect for that special gathering you are planning to have on Easter evening.

7. The Centauri Sundown

To spice up your cocktail glasses on Easter evening you really do not need to do anything complicated this cocktail is very straightforward of nothing but vibrant red vodka.

8. The Malibu driver

This is one of the most leisurely cocktails to make because it is nothing more than a mixture of Malibu coconut rum and orange juice.

So if you’re looking to start your morning with a nice helping of fruit juice and a very light drink, then this is the perfect one for you.

9. The C.T Cocktail

This simple cocktail is cranberry juice based, with Bombay Sapphire and Absolute Mandarin to add some kick.

10. The round Robin cocktail

Gold is a colour of royalty, and whether you agree or not, Easter is a season of royalty. This gold coloured drink features a unique combination of absinthe and brandy.

11. The Arcadia Cocktail

This Cocktail is one that is perfect for gin lovers. It is a drink that is strong on grapefruit juice, gin, with creme de banane and Galliano.

12. The Angel’s delight cocktail

This drink is a lovely one that could pass as the most lightweight cocktail that tastes exactly like berry and orange, with a hefty dose of cream.

13. The Ethel Duffy cocktail

This cocktail is a lightweight one that consists of apricot brandy, crème de menthe and triple sec.

14. The Fairy belle cocktail

This deep pink coloured cocktail features gin with apricot brandy

15. Edith’s Fizz cocktail

The Edith Fizz cocktail is a light and refreshing drink, with maraschino liqueur, Lillet Blanc and fresh-squeezed orange juice.

16. The Casino Royale

The Casino Royale is basically gin, with lemon juice, egg yolk, orange bitters, and maraschino liqueur.

17. The Amber Haze cocktail

The Amber Haze cocktail features soda water, grenadine, and Bacardi big apple rum.

18. The Hpnotiq Breeze

This drink blends the Hpnotiq liqueur with Malibu coconut rum and pineapple juice.

19. The pink lady cocktail

The pink lady drink features Applejack, gin, grenadine, and egg white to provide some body and creaminess.

20. The green demon cocktail

I find myself believing that any food or drink with green colour is healthy and the green demon cocktail proves me right. This drink is a lovely bright green coloured one that tastes exactly like lemon and honeydew (Talk about serving the goodness of spring in a glass).

21. The royal clover club cocktail

The royal clover club cocktail is a lovely reddish pink drink that features that combination of gin and grenadine, but with the absence of applejack.

22. The Pimm’s Cup cocktail

This drink is anything you want it to be because it is your job to decide what vegetables, fruits, and herb chunks you want to put in it. This means you can make different glasses with different combinations in them.

23. The Robin’s Nest cocktail

The Robin’s nest is a combination of vodka, cranberry juice, and creme de cacao to provide you with a chocolate berry flavour.

These are the best and easiest to make cocktail recipes for the season. Do not forget to make the dinner party complete by including some lovely edibles. You can check out our post on the best Easter dinner recipes for some ideas.

Since is a season is one of rebirth and a new beginning, it would be nice if you share this article on social media to help others learn. You should also leave us a comment if you have other recipes you’d like to share or if you have tried any of our recipes.

Emmanuella Ekokotu
Ekokotu Emmanuella is a sociologist and Anthropologist, writer, and fashion model who lives in Benin city, Edo state,Nigeria.

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