Craving a certain flavor but aren’t sure what to make? We’ve all been there, homeboy, so know you’re not alone. Sweet alcoholic drinks are the best of both worlds because they tend to pack a boozy punch. But if that’s too broad a category for you, you’ll probably like our fruity mixed drinks or tropical cocktail recipes. Or maybe you’re one of those weirdos that really loves sour cocktails or bitter drinks. Sure, we may have just called you a weirdo, but we respect that and your lifestyle enough to give you your own category. So grab your favorite glass because no matter what drink you’re craving, Tipsy Bartender has done the work for you with our drinks by flavor!
I’m down with the sweetness, but can you get a little more specific?
Nah, that’s asking too much. Just kidding, homeboy! Of course we can! For those with the ultimate sweet tooth, check out our candy cocktails. These sugary sweet bad boys are tons of fun and super easy drink recipes. Be sure to check out our variations on the cotton candy cocktail. You should also take a peek at our collection of caramel cocktails and nutella drinks. Our Spiked Nutella Hot Chocolate is especially delicious. You also can’t go wrong with one or a few cinnamon drinks. Whether you’re sipping on a Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink or mixing up Fireball whiskey or Rumchata, cinnamon drinks are a heckin’ good time.
Okay, but aren’t fruity drinks also sweet?
Typically, yeah. It depends on your fruit, but fruity alcoholic drinks tend to be on the sweeter side. Your berry drinks like blueberry cocktails and strawberry cocktail recipes are berry delicious. And we all love a little watermelon during the summer. Watermelon cocktails usually use watermelon vodka, but we also have watermelon drink recipes that both use the tasty melon bits and the rind like our Watermelon Sangria Bowl. You definitely don’t want to sleep on orange juice cocktails because you might just find our Screwdriver drink as your next party favorite. Tropical drinks are also full of sweet and fruity deliciousness. When you think of tropical cocktails, you probably think of coconut rum and pineapple juice cocktails. But this is Tipsy Bartender, so the sky’s the limit.
So what about those sour cocktails and bitter drinks you were talking about?
Well, we knew you were coming. There’s a whole category of sour drinks that usually have a base liquor, lemon or lime juice, and a sweetener. You know what we’re talking about: the Whiskey Sour and such. Citrus cocktails in general are usually pretty sour. Lemon juice cocktails like the Lemon Drop Shot pack a punch of lemony goodness, and you can’t forget about the good ol’ vodka lemonade. Lime cocktails like our Gimlet recipe and tequila drinks are bussin’ too. When it comes to bitter drinks, you might think of the ingredient bitters. Which is a fine ingredient, but coffee cocktails and coffee liqueur drinks like our White Russian drink and Espresso Martini recipe will give you a deliciously bitter buzz.What if I want nuts in my mouth?
Y’all be nasty with the way you phrase things sometimes, homeboy. But yes, we do have recipes for almond and peanut butter cocktails. When it comes to almond cocktails, you’re going to see more amaretto drinks because it’s an almond liqueur. Amaretto drink recipes can vary because it’s so versatile, but for an exceptional amaretto cocktail, check out our Toasted Almond Cocktail recipe. But if you just can’t let go of Mr. Peanut’s death, toast to his legacy with a peanut butter cocktail. Our PB & J Old Fashioned recipe uses peanut butter whiskey for the best nut you’ll ever have.
Alright, I’m looking for some heat. Whatchu got?
If you’re looking to pack some heat, we gotchu. Spicy cocktails like our spicy margarita recipes are underrated and underestimated. You also gotta sometimes go literal. Hot cocktails like our Mulled Wine recipe are best enjoyed warm, and legend has it that a Hot Toddy or two will cure a cold. But if you want to more simulate spice, we also have spiced cocktails like our ginger and pumpkin cocktails. PSL is the name of the game during fall, so why not enjoy some fall alcoholic drinks? Our take on the pumpkin martini will have you reaching for your favorite cozy sweater and Uggs. But if you’re not ready to let go of summer, ginger beer cocktails like our Moscow Mule recipe can — and should — be enjoyed all year round.
We promise this version of a long island recipe is tastier than it sounds. Raspberry, melon liqueur, and blue curacao give this deliciously strong cocktail a color that resembles, well… The LA River.Popular
Long Island Iced Tea
Go wild with this long island drink foursome of vodka, rum, tequila, and gin. Top it all off with triple sec, sweet & sour, and a splash of cola.Popular
With one side a strawberry daiquiri and the other a creamy pina colada, you can have the best of both worlds with this 2-in-1 fruity frozen cocktail.Popular
Screaming Orgasm Shot
The Holy Water cocktail is one of the most beautiful blue cocktails out there.Popular
Blue Hawaiian Long Island
Classic Piña Colada
Adios Pink Lemonade
The Bubble Gum Daiquiri is a pink and lusciously slushy take on the classic daiquiri.Popular
Green Tea Shot
Go green with this Irish whiskey shot! Even though this Green Tea Shot doesn't actually contain green tea, it still somehow tastes as if it does.
420 Liquid Marijuana Jungle Juice
Get litty with this tropical melon rum punch recipe!
Pink Panty Dropper Punch
This beerified vodka lemonade will have you holding on to your panties. So grab a glass and sip on this perfect pink vodka punch recipe.
This berry vodka mixed drink is way tastier than the name suggests. Hydrate while you drink by combining vodka, Triple Sec, Mixed Berry Powerade, and lemon lime soda.
This luscious-tasting lagoon cocktail combines vodka, Blue Curaçao, lemonade, and lime juice.
Taste the Rainbow
Taste the rainbow with this colorful fruity layered vodka cocktail recipe.
Captain on Acid Shot
Whip up one or a few of these layered coconut rum shots. With pineapple juice, grenadine, and blue curacao, it’s one colorful shooter recipe.
Jamaican Rum Punch
This classic rum punch recipe is heavy on the punch with three types of rum, tropical fruit juices, and a splash of grenadine.
This classic tropical cocktail will have you feeling like its namesake with three types of rum, apricot brandy, pineapple and citrus juice, and a touch of grenadine.
With one side a strawberry daiquiri and the other a creamy pina colada, you can have the best of both worlds with this 2-in-1 fruity frozen cocktail.