Guides | 10.03.2022

Dirty Bong Water Drink Recipe

This recipe for a dirty bong water cocktail tastes a whole lot better than it sounds.

Cocktails get more creative by the day. Instead of whipping up some kind of tropical margarita, why not choose something a little more unique that might make your stomach turn?

Dirty bong water is a true delicacy. The beverage, I mean. Not so much actual dirty bong water that college students subsequently chug down after ripping a bowl.

Although actual bong water can be pretty disgusting, we’d like to introduce you to something that’s way more pleasing to the palate and one of the most unique cocktail beverages out there.

While it might look a little murky and unpleasant, this spiced, aromatic, and fruity beverage tastes so much better than it seems. Plus, it’s packed with various liqueurs, so it’ll definitely fill you with some liquid courage for a night out.

Without further ado, start sipping on some dirty bong water with this cocktail beverage recipe below.


  • 1 oz. (30ml) Raspberry Liqueur
  • 1 oz. (30ml) Blue Curacao
  • 1 oz. (30ml) Almond Liqueur
  • 1 oz. (30ml) Spiced Rum
  • 1 oz. (30ml) Sweet & Sour Mix
  • 1 Cherry (Optional)
  • Green Food Coloring (Optional)


  • 1 Shaker
  • 1 Glass
  • Ice


The directions for making a Dirty Bong Water drink are very straightforward. Make sure you have ice and a shaker, then let’s get started.

  1. Take your shaker and fill it with ice.
  2. Add all the liquors in the ingredients list and the sweet and sour mix into the ice-filled shaker.
  3. Shake well to ensure all colors and ingredients are blended evenly.
  4. The result should be a murky dark purple color, but if you want to add a more authentic cannabis bong water look, add a few drops of green food coloring and shake once more.
  5. Take your glass, add ice, pour your mixture into the glass, and top with a cherry. This beverage is pretty strong, so please drink responsibly!

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