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15 Red White and Blue Cocktails for the 4th of July ...

By RedGoldPink

Part of the fun of the 4th of July is having the day off and lounging in the backyard with a cocktail. If you want something that isn't the same old mug of beer of frozen margarita, you're going to love these red, white and blue cocktails that will have you feeling patriotic with every sip. When it comes to 4th of July cocktails, anything on this list is sure to please, whether you're sharing or keeping them all to yourself. Bottoms up!

1 Red, White and Blue Sangria

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2 Suddenly Summer

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3 All American Colada

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4 Blue Vodka Lemonade Slush

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5 All American Jar

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6 Hpnotiq Cocktail

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7 Patriotic Frozen Sangria

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8 Red, White and Blue Mojito

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9 Red, White, and Blue Italian Ice Champagne Floats

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10 Boozy Snow Cones

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11 Sugar Cookie Pudding Shots

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12 Land of the Free Lemonade

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13 Patriotic Panna Cotta Shooters

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14 Red, White and Blue(berry) Margaritas

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15 Blueberry Coconut Sparkler

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Which one are you planning to enjoy this 4th of July?

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