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How To Make A Civil War Captain America Cocktail

Civil War Captain America cocktail

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Embark on a journey that transcends time and taste. With our crafted guide, you will quickly create the Civil War Captain America Cocktail. In the spirit of Steve Rogers’ transformation, this cocktail metamorphoses everyday ingredients into a drink perfect for a superhero. Immerse yourself in the world of mixology as we unveil the mysteries behind this visually captivating elixir. Whether you’re a genuine Marvel fan or a discerning cocktail connoisseur, this isn’t just a drink. It’s a fusion of flavors that pays homage to the resilience and strength of Captain America. Join us on this expedition, where every sip is a step closer to unlocking the extraordinary in the ordinary and blurring into a fantastic drinking experience.

Civil War Captain America cocktail

Captain America Civil War Cocktail

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Blue sugar rim

  • Use a Ziploc bag and add 3 tbsp of sugar.
  • Take blue food coloring and add two drops into the ziplock bag filled with sugar.
  • Shake the bag to distribute the color and rub the bag in between your hands to spread the color on all the sugar.
  • On one of your appetizer plates, add simple syrup, and on the other one, pour out the blue sugar.
  • Take your glassware and dip the rims in the simple syrup and then in the sanding sugar set to the side.
  • Fill your glassware 3/4 of the way full with ice.


  • In the shaker, add Pina Colada mix and Malibu and combine. Pour into your cocktail glass and set to the side.
  • Now, in the shaker, add Grenadine and Cherry Vodka. Shake and pour into your cocktail slowly by pouring it directly into the center.
  • Lastly, in the shaker, add Blue Curacao and Sprite and shake to combine. Pour it into your cocktail slowly by pouring it directly into the center.
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Much like the hero wielding his iconic shield, this drink transcends the realm of mere libations. It is an experience in a glass. Whether in the company of fellow Marvel enthusiasts or savoring in solitude, each sip is a toast to the extraordinary. It is not just a blend of ingredients; it’s a testament to the spirit of heroism that resides within us all.

Let’s raise our glass. Here’s to the camaraderie forged in fandom, the solitary moments of reflection, and the collective acknowledgment of the hero within. With each nuanced sip, we celebrate the triumph of resilience, the power of strength, and the spirit that unites us. Here’s to the hero in all of us, one sip at a time.

Enjoy this Civil War Captain America Cocktail while watching your favorite Superhero movies!

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