This red white and blue popsicle drink uses Gray Whale Gin and is so easy to make for your Fourth of July parties. If you’re in search of July 4th cocktails, this one is sure to be a hit!
The 4th of July drinks you’ve been waiting for
Who is ready for our first summer holiday? As the July 4th approaches, we are all preparing to travel, spend time with family and friends, and party! If you are hosting a Fourth of July party or attending one, this easy red white and blue popsicle drink with gin is the perfect adult cocktail to make.
Bomb pop drink ideas
There are many different kinds of 4th of July drinks, but this one is just so unique that it’s a must-try. Just 2 simple ingredients make this gin cocktail recipe – which they call ‘Gin on the Rock-ets‘ – one that will wow all of your adult guests. To make this recipe, buy Gray Whale Gin here and head to the store for the popsicles, you can get rocket pops, Bomb Pops, or any other kind, as long as they are layered red, white, and blue. Who would have thought that a red white and blue drink recipe would be so simple? Here’s how to make it…
Easy Gin Red White and Blue Popsicle Drink
Recipe by Gray Whale Gin - makes 4 cocktails
- 12 oz Gray Whale Gin
- 4 red, white, and blue popsicles
- Pour Gray Whale Gin in a cocktail glass – Measure out 3 oz. of gin per drink and pour into a cool, clear cocktail glass.
- Dip in a rocket pop – Unwrap a red white and blue rocket or Bomb Pop and swirl it around a bit in the gin. Now, you can serve and enjoy!
See, told ya this gin cocktail recipe is easy.
The beauty of this recipe is that it is so simple, there is truly no way to mess it up. If the kids ask for one for themselves, replace the gin with some Sprite or 7up and you have a virgin fourth of July drink. You can even add more popsicles if you’d like!
More about Gray Whale Gin
If you’re unfamiliar with Gray Whale Gin, it is a California-made, consciously crafted spirit celebrating the gray whale. The spirit takes the drinker on a gustatory journey up the Pacific coastline along the gray whales’ 12,000-mile migration path from Baja California through Mendocino (terminating in the Arctic). Each of the botanicals in the gin is wild-foraged or organically farmed along the migration path of the gray whale. To boot, 1% of proceeds from each bottle of Gray Whale Gin go towards OCEANA to help protect the world’s oceans, home of this beautiful creature.
Have a wonderful 4th of July!
More summer cocktails to try…
- Vodka Mint Lemonade Cocktail With Stoli
- Blue Passion Fruit Mojito Recipe
- Nectarine Mojitos With Basil Cocktail
- Frosé Watermelon Granita Recipe
Thanks to Gray Whale Gin for the recipe and photos for this red white and blue cocktail for the Fourth of July!