Fuel Up Your Christmas Season with Boozy Cocktails

Christmas Season with Boozy Cocktails

No celebration is accomplished without signature drinks. The booze in the season keeps you warm as well as puts you in delighted mood. How would the Christmas dinner start with a toast for the celebrations? Here are some brewing drinks to fuel up the party.

Christmas Season with Boozy Cocktails

Winter Sangria

The combination of agave nectar, Grand Marnier, orange, lime seeds along with a full bottle of red wine is the perfect to start after chilling for 1 to 2 hours. The best way to serve is in Mason jar with crushed ice.

Holiday Mule

Drinking in copper mug is a traditional way of lifestyle. It could be more refreshing if we add some squeezed lime with gin or vodka, ginger beer, and crushed ice along with cranberry juice. Stir it and enjoy the party.

Jingle Juice

If the melodious song at the background for Christmas is “Jingle bell jingle bell”, so let’s give you some jingle juice along with it. The fusion of orange juice, vodka, a small amount of orange liquor, and fresh lemon juice and maraschino cherry juice makes a perfect mystery elixir. You can add rum “to go with the flow in winter”.

Sparkling Clementine Thyme Cocktail

A pretty looking cocktail always enhances your dining table. This cocktail not only looks amazing but when once taken relaxes your soul and enlightens your body. The ingredients include chilled vodka, sparkling Clementine juice, pomegranate seeds, orange slices for garnishing, and lemon thyme sprigs with crushed ice on the top.

Candy Cane Cocktail

The blend of vodka, cranberry juice, crème de menthe (peppermint flavored alcoholic drink) well shaken in a cocktail shaker along with ice. Enticing right? The best way to serve is in a martini glass with the edge to be wetted to sprinkle some crushed candy canes and with a candy cane standing along.

Isn’t it tempting? Let’s celebrate this Christmas with these awestruck cocktails. Cheers…

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