5 Mardi Gras drinks you can try in Huntsville

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However you’re celebrating Mardi Gras, you’re going to want to try some of these Mardi Gras drinks in town! (Cajun Steamer via Facebook)

Mardi Gras is almost upon us and we recently gave you the skinny on Mardi Gras events happening in and around Huntsville. However, if you’re just looking for special Mardi Gras drinks to celebrate the season, you can find those in the Rocket City as well.

Here are five Mardi Gras drinks you can try in and around Huntsville:

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King Cake Martini at Cajun Steamer

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The King Cake Martini is available year round at Cajun Steamer. (Cajun Steamer via Facebook)

The Cajun Steamer in Twickenham Square (301 Pelham Ave SW) has a Mardi Gras atmosphere year-round, in case you just want the feel and aura of the celebration whenever you want. And they offer multiple Mardi Gras-inspired cocktails, but none better than the King Cake Martini.

The King Cake Martini consists of a creamy delicious mix of Rumchata, Fireball & Licor 43 with a king cake sprinkled iced rim.

Mardi Gras Bock – Mr. Po Boy

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Abita’s Mardi Gras Bock is on tap at Mr. Po Boy in Gurley. (Mr. Po Boy via Facebook)

A place called Mr. Po Boy is sure to have a Mardi Gras-themed beverage, right? Well, in addition to some of the most delicious Cajun food in Alabama, Mr. Po Boy, located at 6124 Hwy 72 E in Gurley, also served Abita’s Mardi Gras bock — a tasty beer brewed in New Orleans.

Cat 5 Hurricane at Fat Tuesday

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Fat Tuesday at Bridge Street Town Centre has several Mardi Gras drinks, but the Cat 5 Hurricane is the best. (Bridge Street Town Centre via Facebook)

Fat Tuesday, located at Bridge Street Town Centre (335 The Bridge Street, Suite 137) offers their signature frozen drinks year-round, which combines orange juice and orange flavors with 190 grain spirits as its base. However, the Cat 5 Hurricane adds that taste of Mardi Gras to the mix!

10W-40 King Cake Beer at Stem & Stein

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Stem & Stein is serving up a king cake beer! (Stem & Stein via Facebook)

Stem & Stein, located at 10871 County Line Road in Madison, offers the Hi-Wire King Cake 10W-40 Imperial Stout brewed with coffee, chocolate, vanilla, lactose, cinnamon and pecans!

King Cake Latte at Dragon’s Forge

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This is so clever of Dragon’s Forge! A king cake latte! (Dragon’s Forge via Facebook)

Who says you have to have an alcoholic drink to celebrate Mardi Gras? At Dragon’s Forge Cafe in Lowe Mill (2211 Seminole Dr SW Studio 2073, Huntsville, AL 35805) they can whip you up a King Cake Latte that is so darn tasty you’ll want another on of these Mardi Gras drinks!

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Michael Seale
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