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Super Bowl Party Cocktails

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If you're having a Super Bowl party, serve up some cocktails to support your team. Santa Monica's 41 Ocean Club restaurant created two easy libations to add a festive touch to your party.

For Denver fans, the orange colored Bronco Brunch Punch, is equal parts vodka, peach schnapps, grapefruit juice and orange juice. 

For Seattle fans, serve up the 12th Man. It's equal parts midori, vodka and pineapple juice and finish it off with a splash of sprite.

Bottoms up!

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