Holiday cocktails can be used for 2 things: bringing strangers together and avoiding nosy loved ones. Christmas trees can get lit, and so can we! If you’re hosting a holiday party or just looking for a way to unwind after shopping, try these holiday cocktails.
Get Lit With These Holiday Cocktails
It was hard, but I ONLY chose 19 cocktails for you to enjoy this holiday season. Note: 2 of those recipes are mocktails for anyone who doesn’t drink alcohol. Disclaimer: Pinterest widgets aren’t always my friend, so if you can’t see the board in this post, click here!
The white sangria I made for Thanksgiving was amazing. I soaked some cranberries in rum, that I thought would last until Christmas, but I’ve been adding them into my hot chamomile tea instead. Whoops. For Christmas, I think I’ll make a non-alcoholic version of The Grinch Hot Chocolate for my nephews, and the “everything else on the list” for myself. 🙂
What’s on the list?
Holiday Moscow Mule – Hot Beauty Health
Vanilla Cranberry Mimosa – Honey and Birch
Cucumber-Mint Gin and Tonic – Martha Stewart
White Peach Sangria – Vegan Family Recipes
Blackberry Ombré Sparkler – FoodBlogs
Holiday Punch – The Cookie Rookie
Christmas Cookie Jello Shots – Ann’s Entitled Life
Frozen Chocolate Brandy Alexander – Diethood
Grinch Hot Chocolate – Cooking with Curls
Honey Winter Bourbon Cocktail – One Broads Journey
Pomegranate Citrus Champagne Cocktail – Delightful E Made
The Blizzard – The Speckled Palate
Cranberry Orange Margaritas – Half Baked Harvest
Jingle Juice Holiday Mocktail – NoBiggie
Pomegranate and Rosemary Gin Fizz – Creative Culinary
Jolly Pop Lemon Drops – Life as a Strawberry
Spiced Bourbon Eggnog – Rhubarbarians
Sparkling Raspberry Peal Mocktail – Sprinkle Some Fun
Candy Cane Vodka – The Speckled Palate
The 5 Holiday Cocktails I can’t wait to try
Spiced Bourbon Eggnog
Honey Winter Bourbon Cocktail
Vanilla and Cranberry Mimosa
Pomegranate and Rosemary Gin Fizz
Cucumber Lime and Mint Gin Tonic
(Please remember to drink responsibly! Keep the holiday season a great time for yourself, friends and family.)
What are you sipping on this holiday season? Have you made any of the holiday cocktails on my list? Comment below or tweet me @PalmsInATL.