The best Super Bowl drinks for your party are cocktails that are fun, tasty and easy to serve by the glass or in a pitcher. This makes it easy for you to mingle with your guests instead of playing bartender during the big game.
You should be able to refill party drinks by simply topping them off, so you don’t have to distract anyone from the action on the TV. Of course, these are also wonderful drinks if you are watching at a bar and wondering what to order.
If you want to make cocktails in team colors, try making Skittles Vodka or Jolly Ranchers Vodka in the best matches you can. You can serve them straight up (they’re pure alcohol, so be forewarned about the strength) or mix them only with clear mixers like Sprite or same-color mixers.
Although this can be a little awkward in years where the teams have virtually the same colors. But you’ll figure something out.
You’ll want to serve some food to go with all these great drinks at your Super Bowl party. Check out this list of Super Bowl snacks. It has everything from light nibblers to finger foods like nachos that will fill you up like a meal.
Table of Contents
Best Super Bowl Drinks
These Super Bowl drinks can all be made before the game in pitchers, so you don't have to be making fresh drinks during the game.
The classic Bloody Mary recipe blends vodka with tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, Tobasco, lemon juice and celery salt. This simple recipe tastes wonderful, but you can add more Tobasco if you want it hotter.
This is a Tom Collins made with limoncello, and it's a must try for anyone who enjoys limoncello. But even if you're not a fan, you will probably still love this drink because it's such a good combination of flavors.
This drink doesn't involve the pureeing of any watermelons. It's just a mix of spirits and fruit juices that ends up tasting a little like watermelon - with spice. It's different and delicious, and easy to make in advance.
This drink is basically all the white liquors plus some Chambord. It's potent as anything, since there are no mixers and hardly any of it is in the lower proof range. And it tastes like a particularly great black raspberry. No garnish required.
This classic blends the flavors of coconut and pineapple with a touch of Tia Maria and plenty of rum. This is the original version of the recipe, so it might be a little bit different from what you've had at bars.