10 jolly takes on boozy festive drinks

Thursday, December 18, 2014

What's your boozy drink of choice to serve to your festive guests? In our family, Balazs is the one who mixes the drinks for everyone. On the night before Christmas, he usually makes a whole pot of his mullet wine that he serves everyone on arrival to warm up. We also have Bailey's with orange wedges and since last Christmas, this cocoa with wine. But this year, we want to add one extra fun cocktail to the mix. Something super festive for the end of the night to get people singing carols. So here are 10 jolly, boozy and beautiful cocktail ideas that might even tip you over:)

Starting with the above cranberry Bourbon fizz...

Winter sun cocktail...

Spiced apple cider with bourbon...

Santa's little helper...

Spiced apple margaritas...

Winter Champagne cocktail...

Tiramisu cocktail caketail...

Pear-ginger rum runner cocktail...

Mulled wine hot chocolate...

and spiced apple old fashioned...

Any favourites? Cheers!

P.S: And if you're planning on serving wine, here is a quick chilling trick.
P.P.S: Oh, and how to save leftover wine (if there is any).

(Photos by Jojotastic, Citrus and Candy, Pass The Sushi, Style Within Reach, Capture by Lucy, Cookie + Kate, Aunt Peaches, Brooklyn Supper, Two Tarts, and Bring To Light for Style Me Pretty)

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very timely, I want to start a tradition of a signature drink this year. The sun cocktail look beautiful. Jill

Art Farm said...

I need to make your hot chocolate with wine. That sounds so good! One of my favorites in the winter is to make some ginger beer and mix in some whiskey and fresh lime juice. xo, Katie

Monica | Hola!design said...

ummm, tiramisu cocktail sounds so good!
in mexico we drink "ponche" during the holidays, here's a recipe:
http://www.themijachronicles.com/2010/12/how-to-make-ponche-the-traditional-mexican-christmas-punch/

Marieken Hoefnagel said...

These all look (almost) too good to drink!

Diana Mieczan said...

Great choice, Jill:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Monica, it sounds delicious:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Marieken:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Katie, ginger beer mixed with whiskey and fresh lime juice sounds delicious!

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