Dad-Approved Drinks For Father’s Day!
This Fatherâ€™s Day, whip up something new for Dad! Know his favorite liquor? Vodka, Gin, Whiskey, Tequila or Beer? Weâ€™ve got a recipe to try this Fatherâ€™s Day to celebrate Dad!
Tom Collins (Serves 1)
- 2 oz gin
- club soda
- 1 oz lemon juice
- Â˝ oz simple syrup
- lemon wheels, for garnish
- maraschino cherry, for garnish
- To a Collins glass add gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup. Fill with ice and top with club soda and stir.
- Before serving, garnish with cherry and lemon wheel.
Frozen Boozy Arnold Palmer (Serves 4)
- 1 c vodka
- 3.5 c lemonade
- 3.5 c iced tea
- 4 ice trays
- lemon wheels for garnish
- Divide 3 cups iced tea into 2 ice trays and divide 3 cups lemonade into remaining 2 ice trays. Chill remaining iced tea and lemonade separately in the refrigerator. Freeze ice trays until solid, about 3-4 hours.
- Add iced tea ice cubes to blender with remaining Â˝ cup tea and Â˝ cup vodka and blend till smooth. Pour blended tea into pitcher. Clean blender. Blend lemonade ice cubes, lemonade, and Â˝ cup vodka in blender till smooth.
- To Serve: Lean a large glass to one side and fill halfway with lemonade mixture. As you bring glass upright, pour in tea mixture to create swirl effect.Garnish with lemon wheels.
Godfather (Serves 1)
- 1 oz Scotch whisky
- 1 oz amaretto
- Orange twist, for garnish
- Add scotch and amaretto to a pint glass. Fill glass with ice and stir to combine.
- Strain and pour into a rocks filled old-fashioned glass. Garnish with orange twist and serve!Â
Source: Taste of Home
New Fashioned (Serves 1)
- 1 oz tequila
- .25 oz agave nectar
- 2 dashes orange bitters
- 2 dashes angostura bitters
- orange peel, for garnish
- luxardo cherry, for garnish
- Add tequila, agave nectar, and bitters to a mixing glass and stir for 30 seconds.
- Strain and pour into rocks glass and add 1 large ice cube. Garnish with orange peel and cherry.
Source: Men’s Health
Black & Tan (Serves 1)
- 6 oz pale ale
- 6 oz stout
- Fill pint glass halfway with 6 oz pale ale.Â
- Over the back of a spoon, slowly pour stout on top of pale ale until glass is filled. Enjoy!
Source: The Spruce Eats