Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

College football is back and we have ten Southeastern Conference team-themed cocktails to get your shakers going. Bust out your favorite jersey and cheers to another season.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

With college football starting up again, I’ve been noticing a need for tailgate food, especially cocktails!

So, I thought it would be nice to round up all of these team-themed cocktails all in one convenient place for ya!

Alright, y’all, bust out your Saturday best and cocktail shakers and get to drinkin’! {Responsibly, of course.}

Cheers to another football season!

*Since I didn’t ever get to a Gators post, I borrowed this delicious-looking drink from the New South Food Company. Credit where credit is due! :)

University of Alabama: The Crimson Cooler
The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, a place oozing with southern hospitality and plenty of down home cookin’. Coconut rum, raspberry liqueur, and lemon-lime soda make for a refreshing southern favorite. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

Auburn University: Eye of the Tiger Cocktail
The Eye of the Tiger Cocktail is a sipper that packs a punch {um, hello, three different rums!}, but the tartness of the citrus juices rounds it out for a pleasant and refreshing beverage. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

University of Tennessee: The Tennessee Rose Cocktail
Tennessee Rose cocktail is just the right amount of sweet and sassy in the hands of any Tennessee girl. The whiskey is a nod to Tennessee’s famous distillery, while the pineapple juice and unique addition of Creme de Cassis {a liqueur with black currant extract} soften it up. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

University of Kentucky: The Tipsy Wildcat Cocktail
This is a bourbon-based cocktail for your sipping pleasure with a blue color to boot. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

University of Arkansas: The Woo-Woo Pig Cocktail
The “Woo Woo” Pig is a twist on the classic Woo Woo cocktail, made with raspberry liqueur rather than Peach Schnapps for a little extra sweetness and a deeper red hue to go with Arkansas’ Cardinal Red color. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

Louisiana State University: The Purple Tiger Dream Cocktail
The deep purple color of this cocktail is made by combining raspberry liqueur, cranberry juice, and blue curacao along with a few other ingredients. Get the recipe.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

University of South Carolina: The Garnet Kamikaze Cocktail
The Garnet Kamikaze! Sweet, delicious, and most importantly… Garnet, just like the team colors. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

University of Georgia: The Georgia Bulldog Cocktail
A sweet mixture of vanilla vodka, peach schnapps, and Coke, which is pretty appropriate since the Coca-Cola headquarters is in Georgia, not to mention the fact that Georgia is famous for its juicy peaches. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

University of Mississippi {Ole Miss}: The ‘Sippi Sipper Cocktail
Blue curacao and grenadine make for a double trouble vodka cocktail with two stripes of team colors. Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

Florida State University: The MimOsceola
Ease into the day of festivities with these garnet colored MimOsceolas, delicious pomegranate mimosas with just a touch of orange juice & triple sec to balance out the tartness. Let’s pop the bubbly! Get the recipe here.

Cheers to Football Season — Game Day Cocktails

University of Florida: The Salty Gator Cocktail
Gin and juice are a no brainer, but add sea salt and orange zest and you have the perfect Florida cocktail. Get the recipe here.

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Dianna Muscari

Dianna Muscari

Dianna Muscari blogs about her cooking and antics on The Kitchen Prep. A self-taught cook and baker, Dianna shares with her readers the messes and successes she encounters in the kitchen. Along with her recipes - which range from healthy to hearty to downright decadent - Dianna shares anecdotes about life, marriage, travel, and living in Florida. Her conversational writing style draws you into her kitchen for a meal and a laugh as she navigates through life one recipe at a time.

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