A classic winter warmer made with whiskey (or bourbon), hot water, honey, lemon juice, and spices like cinnamon or cloves. It's perfect for soothing a sore throat or simply for sipping by the fire.
A traditional drink made by heating red wine with spices like cinnamon sticks, cloves, star anise, and citrus fruits. It's a fragrant and comforting drink that's popular during the holiday season.
This cocktail combines hot coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar, and topped with whipped cream. It's a delightful way to enjoy both coffee and a bit of alcoholic warmth.
Upgrade your hot chocolate by adding a shot of your favorite spirit such as rum, whiskey, or peppermint schnapps. Top it off with whipped cream, marshmallows, or a sprinkle of cinnamon for an extra treat.
A seasonal twist on the classic sangria, using red wine, brandy or rum, pomegranate juice, cranberries, sliced oranges, and warming spices. It's a refreshing yet cozy drink for winter gatherings.
Combine vodka, peppermint schnapps, white chocolate liqueur, and cream for a sweet and minty cocktail reminiscent of the holiday season. Garnish with crushed candy canes for an extra festive touch.
A wintry spin on the classic Moscow Mule. Mix vodka, cranberry juice, ginger beer, and a splash of lime juice for a refreshing yet seasonal cocktail.
Muddle together bourbon, fresh cranberries, a sprig of rosemary, lemon juice, and simple syrup. Shake well with ice and strain into a glass for a flavorful and aromatic drink.