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5 Holiday Cocktails to Get You In the Christmas Spirit

December is here, which means it’s time to start prepping for the holidays! The holidays are stressful, but are also an opportunity to celebrate with loved ones. Whether it’s a large bash or intimate dinner party, serving classic holiday cocktails is a sure way to impress your guests and get into the Christmas spirit.

We’ve put together a list of five classic holiday cocktails to inspire your party planning.

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Mulled Wine

In my opinion, mulled wine is a Christmas staple. It warms you to your core and is full of holiday spices. This recipe for mulled wine makes it easy – no need to hover over your stove, just pour everything into a slow cooker and let it work its magic. It saves you time as you prep for your party and will make your home smell Christmas-y when your guests arrive.

Get the recipe here.

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Eggnog

Not everyone is a fan of eggnog, but the bourbon in this cocktail may change their minds. You can serve it in a punch bowl, which makes it easy to distribute drinks to guests at large parties.

Get the recipe here.

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Cranberry Martini

It wouldn’t be Christmas without a cranberry flavoured drink. Martinis are an easy crowd-pleaser and the cranberry juice makes it perfect for Christmas-time. Garnish with cranberries and a twist of lime for extra tang.

Get the recipe here.

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Champagne Cocktail

It’s not the holidays without a glass of champagne. This champagne cocktail is easy to make with bitters, a sugar cube, and a lemon twist but it will make a big impression. Save this recipe to ring the New Year in in style, rather than just a drab glass of plain champagne.

Get the recipe here.

Image source: Epicurious

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Hot Buttered Rum

Looking for something that will warm you up? Try this hot buttered rum cocktail. The cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and orange zest addition spice it up and make it appropriate for the holidays.

Get the recipe here.

What’s your favourite holiday cocktail recipe? Share it with us in the comments!

Featured image source: Well Plated

Ashley Maniw

Ashley Maniw graduated from York University with an Honours B.A. in English and Creative Writing. Cooking and eating are amongst her many hobbies. Ashley is committed to gluten-free, organic, and clean eating…for the most part. She hasn’t met a Doritos flavour that she hasn’t liked.

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