12 Pretty & Delicious Mason Jar Cocktails

Eunice Park | Mar 18, 2016 Food & Party
12 Pretty & Delicious Mason Jar Cocktails

We love mason jars for their versatility: They're convenient containers, they're inexpensive, and, most importantly, they're cute. Mason jars also make for perfect cocktails outside of the home because they are portable. All you have to do is put on a lid -- and head outside!

We found some pretty and tantalizing mason jar cocktails that make us want to sit on a blanket, watch the sunset, and sip a drink. From beergaritas and blueberry basil lemonade to frozen daiquiris, these cocktails will make for enjoyable drinking indoors and out.


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  • Apple Pie Margarita


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    When you think of apple pie, you don’t usually think of it in the form of a margarita like this Apple Pie Margarita from Kelly of Kelly Spalding Designs. For fun extra touches, rim the mason jar with cinnamon sugar and add an apple slice for garnish. Apple-licious!

  • Beergaritas


    If you’re looking for a slushy, refreshing drink that will liven up a party, the Beergarita from Mrs. Schwartz Kitchen may be the perfect beverage. Limeade concentrate, and a combination of tequila and beer, may make your drink the hit of the party!

  • Blueberry Mojito


    Jessica of the Novice Chef Blog shares a tantalizing Blueberry Mojito that you may not want to drink because it’s so nice to look at it. Rum, mint leaves, lime, and club soda give this drink its flavor. And don’t forget the blueberries!

  • White Cuban


    Most drink aficionados are familiar with the White Russians, but how often do you see a White Cuban? This White Cuban from Kelly of Kelly Spalding Designs uses rum instead of vodka. Then it’s just Kahlua, milk, a dash of nutmeg, and a cinnamon stick. Cheers to a tasty drink! 

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  • Frozen Daiquiris


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    If you like frozen drinks, these Frozen Daiquiris from Monica of The Yummy Life is a simple fruit puree mixed with rum. For a little more tart sweetness, Monica suggests adding some frozen lemonade or limeade concentrate. And if you’re using fresh lemon or lime juice, sweeten the drink with agave, honey, or a simple syrup. What’s better than some frozen goodness on a warm day?

  • Mango Blackberry Mint Lemonade and Blueberry Basil Lemonade


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    Bree of Baked Bree uses flavored vodkas to make her mason jar cocktails, including Mango Blackberry Mint Lemonade and Blueberry Basil Lemonade. Bree likes to take these drinks to the beach, adding that the key to a good cocktail on the beach is keeping it ice cold.

  • Cucumber Lemon Drop


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    If you like cucumbers and ice-cold drinks, this Cucumber Lemon Drop from Todd of Honestly Yum may become your new favorite cocktail. Todd says he likes making this drink for events because “the flavors are simple, clean, and appeal to most.” Refreshing and cold -- this drink is ideal for a picnic or any other outdoor outing.

  • Boozy Watermelon Mint Lemonade


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    Another refreshing drink that looks extra inviting in a mason jar is Boozy Watermelon Mint Lemonade from Morgan of Toast the Host. Morgan says you can make this drink ahead of time and pour into mason jars, screw on the lids, and serve them on ice at your party!

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  • Bloody Maryland


    Jordan of Gingersnaps uses Old Spice to give Bloody Maryland, her version of a Bloody Mary, a little kick. Of course, the fresh horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, and hot sauce give the drink gusto, too!

  • Pineapple Margarita


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    You don’t need fancy ingredients or tools to make this simple and delicious Pineapple Margarita from Heather of Sugar Dish Me. What makes this margarita delicious? Pineapple juice. Heather says all you need to do to make this cocktail is pour, shake, and drink. Super sweet, indeed!

  • Fiery Peppermint Cocktail


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    If you’re looking for a cocktail that has some fire, this Fiery Peppermint Cocktail from Krystal of Sunny Sweet Days may give you just that. Garnishing your fiery drink with a sprig of mint adds a nice contrast of color. And want some more heat? Throw in some red cinnamon candies.

  • Cherry Lemonade Sangria


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    We know why cherry drinks are so good. Fresh cherries. Krystal of Sunny Sweet Days uses a pound of cherries to make her Cherry Lemonade Sangria, which means it’s extra good. Krystal says to soak the cherries in whisky or bourbon overnight and then combine everything with Mike’s Hard Black Cherry Lemonade. Here’s to a cheery cherry drink!

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