Simple (and Adoreable) Two-Ingredient Mason Jar Cocktails
Are you hoping to make a real impact at your next cocktail dinner party? Try serving your drinks out of mason jars to make the night unforgettable. Each of these cocktail recipes requires no more than two ingredients, a...
Are you hoping to make a real impact at your next cocktail dinner party? Try serving your drinks out of mason jars to make the night unforgettable.
Each of these cocktail recipes requires no more than two ingredients, a fact that greatly enhances the whole "down home" feel of serving from a mason jar. Serve each in a wide-mouthed, one-quart jar.
Is there any drink easier to make than the Screwdriver? Probably not. To make a Screwdriver in a mason jar, you need vodka and orange juice. Start by filling the mason jar about 2/3 of the way to the top with orange juice.
Now, pour in vodka until the liquid level is about a half an inch from the top. Seal, chill and serve with ice cubes.
If you're interested in a "tropical" atmosphere for your next party, serve the Paloma. The mason jars will only enhance the feel: just pretend you're stranded on a deserted island.
Mix three shots of tequila with grapefruit soda and stir heavily. Serve chilled in mason jars and garnish with a lime wedge, should you feel so inclined. Chill and serve over ice.
Mason jars are heavily associated with southern living. And whiskey is THE drink most associated with a little ting of "southern style." This simple cocktail will sit in your mason jar like it was meant to be.
Simply add two to three shots of whiskey and mix with ginger ale. Some people enjoy garnishing the whiskey ginger with lemon, but that's up to personal taste. Chill and serve over ice.
The greatest part about mason jar cocktails? They can be sealed and frozen for weeks without losing their flavor. If you're interested in more absolutely delicious mason jar drink recipes, contact us