7 Giant Cocktails Made for Sharing With a Group...Or Not (No Judgments)

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The more the merrier when it comes to tackling cocktails so massive they require a multi-handed carry from the bar. So straws, straws, and more straws are the name of the game when you’re sidling up to these jaw-dropping concoctions crafted for ridiculously goal-oriented groups of four, six, or eight. Just try your damnedest not to be the one stuck with the tab…

1.  Siren

There’s absolutely no way one could ever improve on a whopping 114-ounce frozen margarita (with a swirl of sangria), right? So wrong. Serve the potent behemoth up in a huge-ass mermaid’s tail, and THEN you’re at peak marg. Throw in a killer view of the Brooklyn Bridge for your Insta background, and summer is officially made. This boozy beauty will set your thirsty gang back $80 at Watermark Bar in New York.

2.  Elephant Mule

They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and copper mugs are apparently no exception—at least not at Austin’s Unbarlievable, where they’re pouring 196-ounce Elephant Mules. And no, that is not a typo. The mule that’s roughly the actual size of Moscow is also available in a dainty 96-ounce version if you’re imbibing with only half the people you’ve ever met.

3.  The Treasure Chest

Got a whole lotta doubloons burning a hole in your pocket and a ship full of parched pirates? Chicago’s Three Dots and a Dash will happily dig up The Treasure Chest, a foggy blend of rare rums, pineapple, guava, passion fruit and lemon—complete with a bottle of Dom Perignon on the side. Sure, it rings up at $385, but at least it serves up to eight mateys. (Talking parrot not included, sadly.)

4.  Summertime, All the Time

Warning: Your sipping posse might get a touch of the angry-drunk syndrome when it comes to deciding who gets to take home the rubber ducky named Donald Palmer that swims around in this cocktail-for-six. You can waddle up to this concoction of rum, pisco, lime, pineapple, and cucumber-basil puree at the Palm House in San Francisco.

5.  The Diver

At Silky O’Sullivan’s on Beale Street in Memphis, “every day is like St. Patrick’s Day”…which somehow jibes oh-so perfectly with drinking a gallon of mystery booze out of a literal bucket. The Diver is the joint’s top-secret blend that’ll likely get any party started real quickly. Besides, how many other cocktails come with flexible handles for easy toting?

6.  The Big Kahuna

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Dumping a bunch of vodka into a watermelon finally got classy, you guys. Empire Restaurant in Boston is elevating the fruit game in a massive way with its Big Kahuna, which is Grey Goose vodka, melon punch, mint, and ginger served in (natch) a hollowed-out watermelon. Not enough drama for you? Well, there’s also dry ice in it to provide the illusion of a steaming volcano.

7.  Magnum Hurricane

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Anyone who’s ever consumed alcohol in New Orleans (so anyone who’s ever been to New Orleans) surely knows about the iconic Hurricanes sucked down nonstop at Pat O’Brien’s. What not all revelers know is that the tourist institution offers up a ginormous magnum Hurricane, which is a three-gallon version of the original—perfect for those tipplers who prefer drinking on tip-toe. The bright-red giant costs $200, including the highly epic souvenir glass.

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