Fourth of July Batch Cocktails



In about three days, we will all be lighting up our grills and celebrating independence day. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic stay-at-home suggestions, TGM Private Event Bartending isn’t able to come out and serve at your event. We miss seeing all of our friends and clients, sharing laughs, and making memories with their families and friends.¬† Even though we can’t physically be there, we would like to share a couple of our favorite batch cocktails with you. These¬† Fourth of July batch cocktails are simple, they are easy to clean up, and they are tasty. Make them the night before, throw them in a dispenser, set some cups out, enjoy the day with your family, and have a few laughs for us. We miss you, enjoy your cocktails and see you soon.

Independence Day Sangria:

12 cups cubed watermelon (no seeds)

10 watermelon slices – sliced thin

4 cups sliced or chunked or strawberries

4 cups of blueberries

4 cups of red seedless grapes

1.5 liter Pinot Grigio

2 cups of lemon-lime soda

2 cups Cointreau or orange liqueur

1 cup of lemon juice

 

-Add fruit to the dispenser, or you can be creative with it by stacking or you can pour it in there.

-Add liquid ingredients

-Stir

-Let steep and chill for at least 10 hours. I like to do it overnight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tropical Malibu Batch Cocktail

750ml blended white wine

23oz jar Dole tropical fruit in fruit juice

2.5 cups pineapple Jarritos (pineapple soda)

1.5cups-2 cups of Malibu coconut rum

2 cans of pineapple chunks

8-10 chunks of canteloupe

-Add everything into your dispenser and stir

-Steep overnight or at least 8-10 hours

-Enjoy