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35 Best Easter Cocktails You MUST Try This Spring!

35 Best Easter Cocktails You MUST Try This Spring!

If you’re looking for fun Easter cocktails you can make this spring, you’re in luck!

Below, you will find a list of the easiest, most creative, and tastiest Easter cocktails you can make for yourself and your loved ones this Easter and throughout the year.

The best part?

You can’t go wrong with any of the following cocktail recipes.

Easter is a time for family gatherings, celebrations, and of course, special drinks. 

While traditional Easter meals often include red wine, many people also like to incorporate festive cocktails into their celebrations. 

Here is a sample of some yummy Easter cocktails, then keep going for even more:

  1. Easter Mimosa: A classic brunch cocktail, the grass-green mimosa is made with champagne and orange juice and garnished with a lemon wheel.
  2. Easter Eggnog: This creamy, sweet drink is made with milk, sugar, eggs, vanilla extract and vanilla ICE CREAM, spiked with rum and whiskey. 
  3. Peep-tini: A fun and playful cocktail, the Peep-tini is made with vodka, triple sec, and lemon juice and is garnished with a sugary, marshmallow Peep.
  4. Carrot & Ginger Martini: This delicious cocktail is made with ginger simple syrup and carrot juice, and is garnished with a carrot curl!
  5. Easter Brunch Punch: Perfect for large gatherings, Easter Punch is a fruity and refreshing mixture of fruit juice, lemon-lime soda or club soda, and can be garnished with fresh fruit and mint leaves.

In addition to these popular Easter cocktails, many people also enjoy incorporating Easter-themed syrups, such as lavender or rose, into their drinks. 

Whatever your preferred drink of choice, adding a festive touch to your Easter celebration with a special cocktail is a great way to make the day even more memorable.

As always, it’s important to drink responsibly and to never drink and drive. 

If you plan on serving alcohol at your Easter celebration, be sure to have plenty of non-alcoholic beverage options, like our Mocktail Recipes, available for those who don’t drink or who are designated drivers.

If you’re looking for a truly unique Easter cocktail, consider Bunny Mary. 

It’s a variation of the classic Bloody Mary cocktail, with the addition of a bunny-shaped garnish, usually made of carrot or celery.

You and your loved ones will love this spicy yet delicious cocktail made with hot sauces. 

Everyone at lunch or dinner will admire your creativity because of the toppings.

If you like sweet cocktails, you will love the White Rabbit cocktail.

The name “White Rabbit” refers to Lewis Carroll’s novel “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” in which a white rabbit plays a prominent role.

It’s a perfect drink for those who don’t like the strong taste of alcohol.

The Strawberry Rhubarb daiquiri is a variation of the classic Daiquiri. 

It’s a refreshing, fruity drink that pairs well with seafood or salads.

Making this Daiquiri cocktail doesn’t require bartending skills, but your guests will feel like they have tasted a professionally-made cocktail at the bar.

The Carrot Ginger Mimosa is a variation of the classic Mimosa cocktail, which consists of orange juice and sparkling wine.

The Carrot Ginger Mimosa cocktail adds a twist to the classic recipe by including carrot juice and ginger, which gives the drink a slightly sweeter and earthy taste.

If you like Peeps and vodka, you will love this cocktail because it’s quick and delicious. You can make this cocktail with vodka, pink lemonade, and Peeps.

Once you’re done with the recipe, garnish with a Peeps marshmallow and you will get a unique cocktail for all your friends and family who like sweet and citrusy drinks.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy cocktail for the Easter menu, look no further than the Boozy Bunny cocktail.

You can make this drink in a few minutes with common ingredients and surprise your guests with your bartending skills.

The Earl Grey Ginger Spritzer is a refreshing drink with a strong taste that combines the flavors of Earl Grey tea, ginger beer, and your favorite alcohol for cocktails.

It’s a perfect cocktail for those who like tea-flavored Easter drinks. 

The ginger gives this drink a spicy kick, while the fresh mint leaves give it a nice balance.

There’s only one downside of making this Easter drink for your guests: they won’t stop asking for a refill.

It’s a simple yet delicious cocktail that requires little time and ingredients. 

The beautiful shade of pastel blue and sweet flavor will knock your guests off their feet.

The Grand Champagne cocktail is perfect for celebrations, such as Easter dinner.

Mixing sparkling wine and orange liqueur creates a festive atmosphere, while the honey gives a nice balance to the drink and makes it more sophisticated.

The Chocolate Negroni cocktail adds a twist to the classic recipe by including chocolate liqueur, which gives the drink a slightly sweeter and richer taste.

It’s a perfect cocktail for those who prefer bitter-sweet cocktails. 

It can also be a great after-dinner drink, as the chocolate liqueur adds a nice touch of indulgence.

You will enjoy the Spring Fling cocktail if you’re a classic Gin and Tonic fan. 

It’s a work of art in a glass that will impress everyone at the table.

The Spring Fling drink will boost your game and make your guests wonder if you have ever worked as a bartender. 

The best part? 

Although creative, it’s a quick cocktail that doesn’t require many ingredients.

Consider a cucumber mint margarita if you’re looking for a reviving drink. 

It’s a variation of the classic Margarita cocktail with cucumber and mint flavors.

You only need triple sec or Grand Marnier, lime juice, agave nectar, cucumber, and mint leaves, and you will get a unique Margarita.

If you’re searching for a sweet party drink that’s also creative, consider the tasty Boozy Chocolate cocktail made with Baileys Irish Cream, Nutella, milk, and vodka.

I couldn’t think of a better sweet drink to celebrate the Easter holidays with than this one because it’s delicious. 

It’s quick and easy to make with a few ingredients.

This Easter cocktail is perfect for someone who loves the smokiness of mezcal and the sweetness of strawberries and ginger.

The ginger gives it a little kick, while the lime juice gives the perfect balance of acidity.

The Bunny Peeps Easter Martini recipe includes Bunny Peeps and other delicious and common ingredients.

It’s a fun cocktail for those who love the sweetness of marshmallows and cranberry and want to enjoy a festive treat for Easter.

The Bunny Peeps give this cocktail a fun and playful touch.

The Strawberry Lemonade Margarita is a variation of the classic Margarita cocktail that includes the addition of strawberry and lemonade flavors.

The lemonade provides a nice balance for the strawberries, while the lime juice delivers the perfect balance of acidity.

The result is a fruity cocktail that will refresh your guests at lunch or dinner.

If you and your loved ones prefer chocolate cocktails over fruity ones, then you will like the Easter Bunny cocktail. 

You can prepare this cocktail in less than 5 minutes, garnish it with a chocolate bunny, and impress everyone at the table.

If you like Mimosas, you will love the Strawberry Lemon Mimosa because it’s a delicious and refreshing drink. 

You can serve this cocktail at events, such as Easter cocktail parties, lunch or dinner.

The lemon juice provides a nice balance for the strawberries, and the champagne gives a bubbly and refreshing touch.

The Bunny Punch with Bunny Tail Stirrers is a non-alcoholic punch incorporating a fun and festive Easter theme with bunny-shaped stirrers.

It’s a fun and playful recipe that all ages can enjoy during Easter brunch or any Easter celebration.

The bunny tail stirrers add a fun and playful touch, while the combination of pineapple, cranberry, and lemon-lime soda gives a nice balance of flavors.

The Pimm and Proper Cocktail is a more refined version of the classic Pimm’s Cup but with more ingredients that give the drink more depth and complexity.

It’s perfect for someone who loves the classic Pimm’s Cup but wants a more refined and complex drink.

The Cotton Candy Champagne drink doesn’t only look great but also tastes lovely. 

It’s made with all-natural ingredients and cane sugar. 

This cocktail recipe includes a natural cotton candy by Bon Puf, but you can use any cotton candy.

If you’re searching for a refreshing spring drink, consider preparing a lemon chamomile spring cocktail

The combination of floral and bright citrus will refresh your guests, while the yogurt, egg white, and lemon curd will ensure a smooth drinking experience.

The Tiffany Mimosa, also known as a Blue Mimosa, is a variation of the classic Mimosa made with blue curaçao instead of orange juice

Don’t add too much blue curaçao, as it can overpower the taste of the champagne. 

You can garnish the rim of the glass with sugar or orange peel to add a touch of elegance.

The rosemary grapefruit refresher is a light yet delicious cocktail. 

It’s suitable for brunch or dinner time sipping.

You will fall in love with a mixture of rosemary, grapefruit, and soda.

If you’re planning a booze-free party, you can leave out the alcohol and serve mocktails as part of your Easter menu.

If you’re a fan of the popular Pina Colada cocktail, you will like the Bunny Colada. 

It’s a pink, festive version of the well-known drink with strawberries and lemonade instead of pineapple.

The coconut lovers in your circle will adore the coconut flavor and cute marshmallow tail of the cottontail martini.

The cottontail martini includes coconut rum, whipped vodka, pineapple juice, and other common ingredients. 

If you skip the pineapple juice, you won’t experience the tropical fruitiness of this cocktail.

Also known as the “Blushing Bunny,” the Peeps Raspberry Lemonade cocktail is a light and refreshing beverage with only three ingredients.

You can serve the “Blushing Bunny” at spring or summer events.

The Brandied Chocolate Manhattan is a variation of the classic Manhattan cocktail that uses brandy and chocolate bitters to give it a unique flavor and color.

You can experiment with different types of brandy to give your cocktail a unique twist.

The Tokyo Iced Tea Cocktail may not sound like the embodiment of spring, but take a look at the photo! 

A bright chartreuse or neon green, this Easter cocktail is a variation of the classic Long Island Iced Tea Cocktail made with Japanese whiskey and green tea liqueur.

These ingredients give the drink a unique taste and appearance.

The Jelly Bean Cocktail contains fresh ingredients, such as Limoncello, champagne or prosecco, lemon zest, and blueberries.

The name refers to the garnish. 

You can use different colors of jelly beans to match the theme of your Easter cocktail party or event.

However, note that jelly beans can dissolve and affect the drink’s taste.

The Carrot Cake White Russian is a variation of the classic White Russian cocktail that has a unique flavor and color reminiscent of the flavors of the traditional dessert, Carrot Cake.

It’s a sweet drink you can serve at your Easter cocktail party and other special events.

Consider this tasty mocktail if you’re looking for a refreshing celebration or brunch drink for kids. 

You can make this drink in a minute and keep your kids happy while you sip on alcoholic cocktails above or below.

The Hpnotiq Breeze is a cocktail that uses Hpnotiq, a tropical fruit-flavored liqueur, as the main ingredient. 

It’s a sweet and refreshing drink, perfect for spring events.

The Limoncello Prosecco cocktail introduces a mixture of the sweet and tangy flavor of Limoncello, the soft punch of Prosecco, and the fruity taste of blueberries.

The thyme adds a nice herbal note to the drink and makes it perfect for spring.

The Coconut Lime Mojito Shooters is a variation of the popular mojito that combines the tropical flavors of coconut and lime with the sweetness of blueberries.

The blueberries contrast the color and sweetness of the drink, and the mint leaves give it a refreshing touch.

The bottom line

Hopefully, the above list of Easter cocktails can help your taste buds get out of hibernation and prepare for spring.

The spring cocktails above make a perfect choice for Sunday dinner or Easter brunch, but you can enjoy your favorite pick throughout the year.

More Easter Recipes

35 Best Easter Cocktails You MUST Try This Spring!

35 Best Easter Cocktails You MUST Try This Spring!

If you’re looking for fun Easter cocktails you can make this spring, you’re in luck!

Ingredients

  • Bunny Mary
  • White Rabbit Cocktail
  • Strawberry Rhubarb Daiquiri
  • Carrot Ginger Mimosa
  • Pink Lemonade Peeps Vodka
  • Boozy Bunny Cocktail
  • Earl Grey Ginger Spritzer
  • Blue Sunday Cocktail
  • Grand Champagne Cocktail
  • Chocolate Orange Negroni
  • Spring Fling Cocktail
  • Cucumber Mint Margarita
  • Boozy Chocolate Cocktail
  • Mezcal Sour With Strawberries & Ginger
  • Bunny Peeps Easter Martini
  • Strawberry Lemonade Margarita
  • Easter Bunny Cocktail
  • Strawberry Lemon Mimosa
  • Bunny Punch With Bunny Tail Stirrers
  • The Pimm & Proper Cocktail
  • Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktail
  • Lemon Chamomile Spring Cocktail
  • Tiffany Mimosa
  • The Rosemary Grapefruit Refresher
  • Bunny Colada
  • Cottontail Martini
  • Peeps Raspberry Lemonade Cocktail
  • Brandied Chocolate Manhattan
  • Tokyo Iced Tea Cocktail
  • Jelly Bean Cocktail
  • Carrot Cake White Russian
  • Easter Mocktail
  • Hpnotiq Breeze
  • Limoncello Prosecco With Blueberries & Thyme
  • Coconut Lime Mojito Shooters With Blueberry

Instructions

  1. Choose one or two from our list of Easter Cocktails!
  2. Stir up our fave, the Bunny Punch with Bunny Tail Stirrers!
  3. Is it time for Easter brunch yet?

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