The best Easter themed cocktails
This Easter, we’re inviting you to have another cocktail and blame it on the bunny!
Read on for the most delicious and decadent drinks to add a dash of pizazz to your Easter brunch.
First, create the cottontails by spreading marshmallow fluff around the rim of a glass, then dipping the rims into shredded coconut so that it sticks to the fluff.
Now, stir together one can of coconut milk, one and a half cups of tequila, one cup of triple sec, a quarter cup of lime juice and half a cup of pineapple juice. Pour over ice.
Recipe from delish.com.
What’s Up Doc
To make one cocktail, mix together 60ml vodka, 25ml carrot juice, a teaspoon of simple syrup and a dash of lime juice. Top up with ginger beer.
Recipe from townandcountrymag.com
Death by Chocolate
If you’d rather have your Easter eggs in drinks form, blend two scoops of your favourite chocolate ice cream with two tablespoons each of coffee liqueur, crème de cacao, vodka and chocolate syrup. If the shake is too thick after blending, add some ice.
Recipe from thespruceeats.com
This is as simple as it is delicious: To create a cocoa rim for your glass, moisten the rim with orange juice (or water) and press into cocoa. Mix together four tablespoons of vodka and three tablespoons of chocolate liqueur (like crème de cacao); give a shake in a cocktail shaker, and serve.
Recipe from the spruceeats.com
This fresh, easy to make punch is a great accompaniment to your hot cross buns – and whatever else your serving the Easter breakfast crowd. Fill a large punch bowl with two litres of Sprite, two cups each of vodka, orange juice and pineapple, and one bottle of Prosecco or MCC. Now, throw in two cups of strawberries and raspberries, and a cup of finely shredded mint leaves. Stir, serve and enjoy.
Makes 25 servings. Recipe from delish.com
Stock up on everything you need to make these and other cocktails at your nearest Overland, Spot On or Liquor Zone outlet.