You know that after a hard week’s work, nothing feels better than watching a Sunday afternoon football game at home taking advantage of the BBQ installed in the backyard near the pool (it will never be that cold here as to not wanting to jump in, anyway) or enjoying the game from the couch with the paramount quality picture of your most recent TV model acquisition.

But don’t forget that the whole purpose of Super Bowl parties is to be with family and friends. This year, Super Bowl XLIX brings two highly energized teams, New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks, so expect aggressive offensive pays that will keep you on the edge of your seat and defensive tactics to keep you mail-biting.

Enjoy here these 2 NFL Team Inspired Cocktails for Super Bowl XLIX to make your Super bowl party a real tribute to the game:

New England Patriots

“Cranberry Almond Kicker”

2 cups cranberry juice cocktail
1 cup vodka
1/2 cup amaretto
3 tablespoons fresh orange juice
Ice cubes
Clementines, peeled, separated into segments (optional)

How to make it:
1. Mix cranberry juice, vodka, amaretto, and orange juice in pitcher.
2. Cover and chill until ready to serve. It can be prepared 1 day ahead. Keep refrigerated.
3. To make 2 drinks, fill cocktail shaker with ice cubes. Pour in scant 1 cup vodka mixture.
4. Cover and shake vigorously. Strain into 2 Martini glasses. Garnish each with clementine segment, if desired. Repeat 3 times with ice cubes, remaining vodka mixture, and clementine segments.

Makes 8 cocktails.


Seattle Seahawks

“The Emerald City”

Use this Ingredients in order:
8 oz Malibu® coconut rum
4 oz Midori® melon liqueur
4 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
1 splash sweet and sour mix
1 splash Sprite® soda

Pour into an ice filled hurricane glass.


In case you want to extend your host expertise, you  can also try your hands on these  Cooking Recipes for your Super Bowl Sunday.

Learn How to Make NFL Team Inspired Cocktails for Super Bowl XLIX. Cocktails Inspired on New England Patriots & Seattle Seahawks, Teams Playing Super Bowl 2015.