National Drink Days Calendar
The biggest National Drink Days Calendar scoured from all sources online. Let’s assume when something is designated as “National” it’s a U.S. thing – but everyone is invited! Days marked with an asterisk (*) are a handful of days that aren’t technically drink days but could (and should) be transformed into cocktail days. If you know of any more, leave a comment below and it will be added to the list. Subscribe to my Twitter feed for reminders of upcoming National Drink Days.
Click each event to expand for a shareable image and links to recipes. (Updating as we go…)
Have a classic – the Orange Blossom Cocktail!
Black Tot Day (31 July 1970) is the name given to the last day on which the Royal Navy issued sailors with a daily rum ration (the daily tot).
How about a Salty Dog, Greyhound, or Hair of the Dog?
So many cocktails require lemon juice. Get squeezing!
Note: Gin and Tonic seems to get TWO days a year — April 9 & October 19
Just toss out the fruit and have a brandy!
Note: Gin and Tonic seems to get TWO days a year – April 9 & October 19