Get Into the Holiday Spirits: 4 Simple Holiday Cocktail Recipes
Finding cocktail recipes that are both tasty and not too difficult to make can almost seem impossible.
Some recipes call for ingredients you can never find or require too much effort.
Who has time to muddle sugar cubes when you’re too busy shopping, wrapping gifts, and entertaining family members?
With that in mind, we picked out a few Holiday cocktail recipes that are delicious and relatively easy to mix up.
BONUS: Enjoy these while wrapping gifts and playing our Hallmark Christmas Movie Drinking Game.
Bulleit Hot Toddy
After a long day of shopping or shoveling in the cold, a Hot Toddy can be an ideal remedy to help you warm up and relax.
- 1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon or Rye
- 1 tsp of fine grain sugar
- 2 small cloves
- 1.5 oz boiling water
Combine all ingredients in your favorite mug, stir, and enjoy.
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Dam Good Cranberry
Cranberries are a wintertime delight. This sweet and tangy fruit is a staple on most Holiday tables and is great for a Holiday cocktail.
- 1 oz New Amsterdam Vodka
- 3/4 cup cranberry juice
- Fresh cranberries
- Ginger ale
Combine the vodka and cranberry juice and pour it over ice in a rocks glass. Top it off with fresh cranberries and a splash of ginger ale.
Peach Party Punch
This one requires a little more effort, but it makes a whole batch so you’re not constantly mixing up new drinks during your holiday party.
- Three 11 oz. cans of peach nectar
- One 6 oz. can of orange juice concentrate
- 1/4 cup of lemon juice
- 1/2 cup of E&J Gallo Peach Brandy
- 1/4 cup of Grenadine syrup
- 32 oz. of carbonated water
- Three 750 mL bottles of Barefoot Bubbly Peach
Cosmos, anyone? Shake things up and serve up this Holiday twist on a classic cocktail.
- 1/2 oz Russian Standard Vodka
- 1/2 cup of cranberry juice
- 1/2 cup of white cranberry-peach juice
- 1 oz triple sec
- Flaked coconut for martini glass rim
Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well, and pour into a martini glass rimmed with coconut.