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Super Bowl Cocktails

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The Super Bowl is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to serve at your party. We all know that no party is complete without Super Bowl Cocktails!

I do not like taking sides, or starting any rivalries, so I like to include cocktails that represent both teams that are playing.

Super Bowl graphic with four squares filled with different colored drinks and image of stadium across the bottom.

This post was originally created for the Broncos vs Seahawks game back in 2014, and those recipes are still included at the bottom of the post.

Because this post has become so incredibly popular, I have revamped it to become a landing page for all super bowl cocktails going forward.

I am also going to create individual posts for each football team that can be served anytime of year, so make sure you save this post!

🏈 How to make simple Super Bowl Cocktails

The easiest way to create fun super bowl party drinks is to mix vodka with a team colored soda and a mixer that helps to adjust the color that you are trying to achieve.

BRONCOS Cocktail | cookingwithcurls.com

For the Broncos cocktail I chose to use a clear Jone’s Cream Soda, vodka, and blue curacao (orange flavored liqueur), so it has a creamsicle kind of taste. Yes this is about creating a great tasting drink, not just one that looks good!

Have you ever used blue curacao before?

Super Bowl Cocktails blue curacao cookingwithcurls.com

It is usually used for Blue Hawaiian cocktails, and no, I was not drinking when I took these photos! I have no idea why some of them are tilted. 😉

SEAHAWKS Cocktail | cookingwithcurls.com

For the Seahawk’s cocktail I chose a bright green colored Jone’s Green Apple soda, vodka, and blue curacao, so it tastes like green Jolly Rancher….with a kick!

The green apple soda turned into “Emerald City” green with the addition of blue curacao…Perfect!

🥃 More Super Bowl Drinks

I sometimes prefer to create a super bowl cocktail that represents where the team is from, as you will see in some of the drinks below.

Seahawks vs Patriots

dark pink drink with a lime on the side.

Boston Cape Codder vs Seahawks cocktail made with Mt. Dew instead of green soda.

Panthers vs Broncos

berry mojito with lime wedge.

Panthers Berry Mojito vs Broncos (recipe below)

Patriots vs Falcons

Super Bowl 2017 Cocktails Patriots vs Falcons cookingwithcurls.com

Both are versions of a Cranberry Almond Kicker, one with vodka and the other with black rum.

Eagles vs Patriots

Looking down into a teal green Philadelphia eagles cocktail with spiral straw.

Eagles Cocktail vs Boston Cape Codder Cocktail

Patriots vs Rams

Royal Blue Martini with UV Vodka recipe.

Patriots Cocktail vs Royal Blue Martini

Chiefs vs 49ers

A whiskey cocktail recipe in a short glass with a football shaped ice cube and wooden bowl of peanuts in the background.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cocktail vs Gold Royale Cocktail

Chiefs vs Buccaneers

two hurricane glasses filled with a pink cocktail and garnished with a straw, pineapple wedge, orange slice and blackberry with an ocean image in the background.

Rum Runner vs Peanut Butter and Jelly Cocktail

Rams vs Bengals

a dark blue martini and an orange martini on green grass.

Royal Blue Martini vs Orange Drop Martini

Chiefs vs Eagles

Looking down into a teal green Philadelphia eagles cocktail with spiral straw.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cocktail vs Eagles Cocktail

Chiefs vs 49ers

Two champagne glasses filled with gold cocktail surrounded by party hats and streamers.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cocktail vs Gold Royale Cocktail

Yes, I did miss a few years in the middle. Sometimes life just happens, right? Those are the drinks that I will be working on first.

🍺 Best super bowl party drinks

There are many different drinks that people like to enjoy on Super Bowl Sunday. There are traditional drinks like beer and wine, but also creative drinks with different flavors such as margaritas or tropical drinks like the rum runner and holiday relaxer.

Below are some of our favorite drinks to serve during the Super Bowl season.

🍸Tools used to create super bowl drinks

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No super bowl party would be complete without food! Check out the Best Game Day Recipes post for a list of delicious party foods that will keep your guests happy!

Have fun during the game, and I hope your team wins.


Blue cocktail with orange slice garnish.

Super Bowl Cocktails

Support your favorite teams with recipes for both the Broncos and the Seahawks!
5 from 3 votes
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cocktail, super bowl, football, broncos, seahawks, recipe
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 1 Serving
Calories: 276kcal
Author: Lisa Johnson


  • 2 ounces vodka
  • 4 ounces cream or green apple soda I used Jones all-natural sodas
  • 1 ounce blue curacao
  • green apple or orange slices to garnish


  • Place ice cubes in a small cocktail glass. Add vodka.
  • Fill glass with soda (whichever color you choose).
  • Pour blue curacao over the back side of a spoon on top of the drink.
  • Garnish with an orange or green apple slice and serve.


Create different team drinks by using different colored soda and mixers.


Calories: 276kcal | Carbohydrates: 24g | Sodium: 16mg | Sugar: 24g

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