July 4th Drinks Everyone Should Try This Holiday Season

July 4th is the perfect day for fireworks, food, friends, and family. If you’re like me, you’re wondering which drinks you want to serve when everyone comes over. There are several options at your disposal — alcoholic and nonalcoholic — and it’s fun to learn how to make these drinks so that you can manage a repeat performance at your next big gathering.

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July 4th Drinks All Stars — Shirley Temple

Everyone needs to know how to make a Shirley Temple. Not only is this an amazing drink that kids can order at any restaurant, but it’s a nice drink to cool down with if you’ve already been drinking during the day. All you need is a lemon-lime soda, grenadine, and a cherry to top it all off.

July 4th Drinks Second Place — Roy Rogers

The equally-popular Roy Rogers is simply your favorite dark cola with grenadine and a cherry on top. As a result, you give your guests options without filling them up with alcohol no matter what they order.

Of course, you could also make virgin versions of your favorite drinks like margaritas, daiquiris, and mojitos.

Frozen Daiquiris

It’s so hot outside that you might as well go for the frozen drinks. You have the 4th and the day after as an observance to bask in a frozen mix of your favorite spirits and fruity flavors.

The traditional daiquiri is run, lime juice and simple syrup. When you add that to some ice in a blender with your favorite fruit flavors, you get a frozen daiquiri. How you get your fruit is up to you.

You could try a flavored rum, or you could add frozen fruit like bananas, strawberries, etc.

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