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It quite literally wouldn’t be a merry Christmas without some wonderful cocktails.

Perfect Christmas party drinks

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Christmas punch

Full of seasonal ingredients

Kitsch is cool, so a whacking great punchbowl at a party must be too. And when it tastes this good, everyone will be happy.

Somehow they take a backseat throughout all the worrying about turkey cooking times and hoovering up pine needles, but Christmas drinks should be about more than some discount bubbly at the supermarket. Although that’s great too. Here are some clever ideas for cocktails to get your party off to a flying start.

Christmas is a time to let loose the creativity in the drinks department. Whether it’s an epic chocolate eggnog, a wonderful hot buttered rum after a winter walk, or that old classic mulled wine, there is no feeling in the world like relaxing, feet up in front of the fire with a drink during Christmas.

And then there’s the parties. In my house it was always gin and tonics, stubby beers and the odd glass of sherry if we were going to be eating something later. But not this year. From winter daiquiris to Pimped-up Prosecco to spiced pomegranate-infused gin via a Treacle cocktail we’ve got everything – even an alcohol-free Mulled pear and ginger drink for the kids.

If those don’t tickle your fancy, try the amazing Christmas cocktails below for your Christmas party – all can be made in advance or knocked up in a matter of seconds, and they will make your party the toast of Christmas.


This Christmas tipple is good with or without booze, making it perfect for a celebration with friends and family of all ages. Cranberry and tart cherry juices, simple syrup, allspice and ginger are shaken with rum (if desired), then strained over ice and topped with ginger ale to make a sweet, spiced and warming concoction. Garnish with grated ginger and fresh rosemary.

Spruce up your typical Mimosa with some holiday flair. Instead of orange juice, this recipe adds white creme de menthe and chocolate bitters to sparkling wine for a peppermint mocha effect, while a candy cane stirrer adds a beautiful and festive presentation. Cap it all off with a chocolate- and candy-cane-rimmed glass, and you have a drink you’ll be thinking about all the way to next Christmas.


The best Christmas cocktails for your repertoire this December

This festive period more than ever, you'll probably want a good drink idea up your sleeve. Step forward: Christmas cocktails. Whether Prosecco, gin or tequila based, sometimes all it takes is a little tipple to get you in the Christmas spirit (wahey) and properly December ready. So much so, that new research from Bacardi revealed 50% of 1ooo people surveyed say they will be incorporating cocktails into their Christmas celebrations even more than in previous years. If you're one of them and need more inspo, look no further than our festive recipe ideas.

Pour 35ml Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla, 25ml Campari and 25ml Sweet Vermouth into a glass over ice and stir. For the finishing touch garnish it with a slice of orange.

Dip the rim of your glass in Christmas Glaze. Add 4 cloves into your cocktail shaker and smash into smaller pieces with a muddler. Add 50ml 1800 Silver Tequila, 25ml Cranberry Juice, 1&frasl2 a Fresh juiced orange and 12.5ml salted rosemary syrup. Fill your cocktail shaker with ice & shake hard for 10 seconds. Finally, pour the liquid through a strainer into your glass. Garnish with a dehydrated orange wheel and enjoy!

In a small pan add all the ingredients, combine 50ml Glenfiddich Fire & Cane, 40ml sweet red wine, 20ml red grape juice, 10ml cinnamon syrup, 10ml Benedictine liquor and 2 cloves, 2 stars anise, 1 cinnamon stick and 1 orange peel. Heat for two minutes on a medium low heat, before straining, and garnishing with spices and an orange peel.

Grana Padano and Alexandra Dudley's Christmas negroni comes with a twist. Make a rosemary syrup by placing 200ml water, 200ml sugar and 3 sprigs of rosemary leaves in a small saucepan. Bring to the boil until sugar has dissolved. Switch off the heat and allow to cool completely. Strain through a sieve to remove rosemary leaves and transfer syrup to a bottle or jar. Cool in the fridge until ready to serve.

To make the cocktail, fill the glass you intend to drink from with ice. Then fill either a cocktail shaker, large jam jar or glass with ice.

Add the 25ml each of Gin, Campari and sweet vermouth as well as a 15 ml (roughly 1.5 tbsp) rosemary syrup. Shake or stir and pour into your prepared drinking glass. Garnish with a sprig of fresh rosemary

Pour 25ml of Gordon&rsquos Sloe gin into a chilled champagne flute and top up with 100ml chilled Prosecco, then give it all a final stir.

Fill a highball glass with ice cubes, and pour in one part Johnnie Walker Black Label Whiskey to three parts Fever-Tree Ginger Ale. Give a gentle stir and garnish with a fresh slice of orange.

In a cocktail shaker, mix 25ml Haig Club Clubman, 25 ml Creme de Cacao, 25ml espresso and 10ml Gingerbread Syrup together. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with coffee beans and cinnamon.

Pour 25ml of Captain Morgan Gingerbread Spiced over ice and finish with 100ml apple juice &ndash use warmed juice for extra Christmassy feels.

Pour 50ml of The Glenlivet Founder&rsquos Reserve and 10ml sugar syrup into a mug. Top up with hot water, before adding 3 dashes of angostura bitters and garnishing with a lemon wedge.

Make a mince pie vermouth by combining 200ml Sweet Vermouth (Cocchi di Torino), 200ml Dry Vermouth (Dolin Dry) and 100g mince meat mix in a jar. Shake well and immediately strain.

To make the cocktail, combine 50ml 58 Gin English Berry, 30ml Mince Pie Vermouth and 5ml sugar syrup. Light an orange peel with a flame and squeeze for the zest &ndash discard the zest at the end.

Pour 35 ml &lsquoNew London Light&rsquo (non-alcoholic spirit), 15ml Fentimans ginger syrup and 25ml fresh clementine juice into a Boston shaker, fill withice and shake vigorously for 15 seconds.Use a hawthorn strainer to strain the mix into the champagne flute, top with chilled soda and garnish with clementine peel on the edge of the glass.

Place 50ml Salcombe Gin &lsquoStart Point&rsquo, 15ml Knightor Rosso Vermouth, 10ml William Fox Pine Syrup and 2 dashes Angostura bitters into a cocktail shaker, fill with ice and shake vigorously for 15 seconds. Strain the mixture into the glass, and garnish with a cocktail cherry, leaving the stem on.

Who says cocktails have to be alcoholic? In a punch bowl, mix one bottle of Shloer White Grape with 600ml of cranberry juice with 200ml of apple juice and 200g frozen cranberries. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary, stir and serve!

Warm together 35ml 58 Gin English Berry, 50ml Cloudy Apple Juice, 10ml Monin Gingerbread syrup, 10ml Benedictine, 5ml Honey and a teaspoon of butter. Pour into a teacup and garnish with a gingerbread.

Add 250ml Hortus Plum and Cinnamon Gin Liqueur from Lidl, 700ml cloudy apple juice, 2 cloves, 1 star anise, 1 stick of cinnamon and 50g honey into a glass bottle and loosely screw the lid on. Place the bottle in a pan of water and bring to a simmer. Leave to infuse for 10 minutes, then remove the bottle using a towel, and pour into handled glasses. Finish by garnishing with star anise.

Add 30ml Hendrick's gin, 10ml sugar syrup and 10ml lemon juice to a cocktail shaker. Add ice, shake well and fine strain into a flute, before topping with Champagne. So decadent.

Combine 25ml Martini Fiero, 25ml Bombay Bramble and 10ml Blackcurrant syrup in shaker. Shake and strain into a flute glass, before topping with Prosecco and garnishing with lemon twist and Blackberry.

Pour 50ml Kopparberg Passionfruit & Orange Gin over cubed ice, top with 200ml ginger beer and 2 drops of angostura bitters. Stir gently to ensure ingredients are combined, and garnish with an orange wheel and stick of cinnamon.

Dissolve 1tsp honey in 25ml fresh lemon juice, before adding to a tall glass with ice and 50ml Modern Australian Gin. Top up with ginger beer and garnish with a lemon wheel.

Combine 40 ml of St-Germain, 60 ml of Prosecco and 60 ml of sparkling water over ice in a Collins glass. Stir gently and garnish with a lemon or orange twist.

This one packs a punch. Simmer 750ml apple juice with 2 cloves, 2 crushed cardamom pods, 2 star anise, Juniper berries and the peel of 1 orange. Add 150ml Hendrick&rsquos Gin, before straining into a tankard or teacup, and garnishing with three slices of apple and a dusting of nutmeg. A nice alternative to mulled wine.

Combine 50ml Buffalo Trace Distillery Bourbon Cream, 100ml root beer and 1 scoop vanilla ice-cream in glass, and top with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.

Shake 50ml Żubrówka Bison Grass, 2tsp honey, 50ml apple juice and 10ml cinnamon syrup together, before straining into a chilled glass. Pour 30ml double cream back into your shaker, give it a good shake and gently pour over a spoon into the martini glass to create a float. To garnish, lightly dust with ground cinnamon.

In a pot, heat 20ml Campari, 50ml red wine, 25ml Vermouth Rosso, 15ml gin, cinnamon, nutmeg, orange rind, brown sugar
and orange peel. When warm, serve in a latte glass and garnish with orange peel.

Combine 40ml Grey Goose vodka​, 60ml fresh espresso and 20ml cardamom-cinnamon syrup (per 500ml: 2 tablespoons ground cardamom, 1 cinnamon stick, 500ml boiling water, 500g sugar) in a cappuccino mug. Top with frothed oat-milk and cinnamon dust.

Add 40ml Copalli Cacao, 15ml of sugar syrup, 20ml coffee liqueur and 20ml espresso into a shaker with ice and shake. Fine-strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with chocolate shavings.

Makes two. Whisk together 80ml Buffalo Trace whisky and 3tsp honey and split between two heatproof glasses. Add half of the cinnamon stick to each glass, then top up with 200ml boiling water. Add a splash of lemon juice to each and garnish with a slice of lemon and a studded clove.

Mix the juice of half a lime and 2 teaspoons of brown sugar in the bottom of a high ball glass. Fill with cubed ice, before topping with 200ml ginger ale. Pour 50ml Kopparberg Cherry Spiced Rum over the top and garnish with a skewered lime wedge.

Fill a rocks glass with ice, pour in 25ml Campari, 25ml Grand Marnier, 25ml Vermouth Rosso, 2 drops of Chocolate bitters and stir gently. Garnish with a slice of Terry&rsquos Chocolate Orange.

Add 50ml RedLeg Original Spiced, 20ml coffee liqueur, 20ml Irish cream liqueur (Bailey&rsquos or similar), 20ml fresh espresso and 10ml sugar syrup to a cocktail shaker and fill with ice. Shake hard until cold, then strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with coffee beans.

Pour 35ml Malfy Con Limone and 20ml Cranberry Liqueur into a highball glass of ice, before topping up with Fever Tree Aromatic Tonic. Top with a lemon wedge, rosemary sprig and star anise.

Process ¾ cup Russian Standard Vodka, 2 cups fresh or frozen peach slices, ¼ cup sugar and 3 tablespoons peach schnapps in a blender until smooth. Add ice cubes to the mixture in a blender (to 5 cup level) and mix until smooth. Pour into a coupe glass and garnish with fresh mint.

Toast 4 cloves for one minute in a skillet. In another pot, combine 150ml Malfy Gin Rosa, 300ml Merlot, 50ml apricot brandy, 25ml cinnamon syrup, 15 drops mandarin bitters, 2 star anise, 1 lemon wheel, 2 pink grapefruit wheels and 3/4 cup of sugar. Bring to below simmer for 10 minutes and serve hot.

First, make a mince pie pastry syrup by crumbling three mince pies into a pan with 350ml water and 150ml sugar, leaving on a low heat for 25 minutes before straining.

To make the cocktail, combine 35ml Discarded Sweet Cascara Vermouth, 15ml Banana Peel Rum, 20ml pie pastry syrup and 25ml lemon in a shaker. Shake before fine straining into a coupe and dusting with icing sugar.

Add 40 blackberries to a jug and muddle together. Mix in x1 part orange juice to three parts Shloer Red Grape. Top up with soda water, stir and serve over ice, before garnishing with more blackberries and sprigs of mint.


Christmas Cocktail & Drink Recipes

Whether you’re hosting a get-together or enjoying a night at home with family, there’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than with a festive drink in hand!

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White Christmas Margarita

Change up the holidays by serving this traditionally warm-weather cocktail at your next Christmas party. To make it snowy white, we added a touch of coconut milk. Cranberry ice cubes add a touch of cheer.

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Wassail

Wassail is a hot mulled cider, traditionally enjoyed during wassailing, an English Christmas drinking ritual intended to ensure a good apple harvest the following year. The whole baked apples floating on top lend a homey feel to the warming festive drink. Serve as is -- or top with a splash of brandy if you like. It's perfect for a big family gathering or holiday party.

Vodka Cranberry Punch with Apple Cider Ice Cubes

This is dangerously easy and delicious. Not only does it taste sweet and spicy, but just look at it! Those colors! The ruby-red cranberries cover the surface, and the apple cider cubes are the best additions that amp up the flavor.


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Celebrate Christmas and New Year's Eve with our seasonal festive drinks. Keep guests' glasses topped up with everything from traditional mulled wine to easy cocktails and mocktails.

Triple choc hot chocolate

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White lady

Make a classic Christmas cocktail with gin, triple sec, lemon and egg white. It's light and refreshing, but has the strength of a martini – enjoy responsibly!

Cosmopolitan cocktail

Lipsmackingly sweet and sour, the Cosmopolitan cocktail of vodka, cranberry, orange liqueur and citrus is a good-time in a glass. Perfect for a party

Mulled rosé wine

Try this fruity, festive party drink, that makes a nice alternative to the traditional, with rosé wine, aromatic spices and a glug of crème de cassis

Cinnamon butter rum

Warm up in winter with a glass of fabulously decadent cinnamon butter rum. It's the perfect tipple to enjoy at a festive gathering over the Christmas season

Black russian cocktail

A classic black russian cocktail is made with vodka, coffee liqueur and cola. Garnish with a maraschino cherry and serve as a decadent after-dinner drink

Non-alcoholic Irish cream liqueur

Indulge in an Irish cream liqueur, minus the booze. Our non-alcoholic version has all the creamy flavours of the classic cocktail, plus espresso and spices

Spice 75

This is a sophisticated, aromatic twist on the classic French 75, to get it ready for the festive season. A boozy taste of Christmas in a glass

Cranberry vodka

This bittersweet fruity vodka is best served well chilled in shot glasses. It can also be made with other berries like blackcurrants or strawberries.

Pear & rose punch

Treat party guests to our fabulous pear, apple and rose mocktail. Garnish the punch bowl with redcurrants to make a stunning alcohol-free drink

Singapore sling

Mix gin with cherry brandy, Benedictine, Angostura bitters, pineapple and lime juice to make this classic cocktail. Garnish with pineapple and a cherry

Eastern breeze

Christmas is hectic enough, so this vibrant vegan cocktail couldn’t be simpler to make and is perfect for batch making quickly for a large group

Winter Pimm’s punch

Don't just save Pimm's for summer, add some brandy for a delicious winter treat

Non-alcoholic Christmas punch

Create this super-versatile Christmas punch for any festive gathering. It will hold well throughout the afternoon and evening, and is just as delicious with alcohol as without!


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Apple cider mixed together with vodka, ginger beer and lime give the Moscow Mule a twist that will be a sure hit with your guests. Sip on this as you sing Christmas carols or decorate your tree and it is sure to keep you in the holiday spirit!

If these Christmas cocktail recipes doesn’t get you in the holiday spirit, I don’t know what will do the trick! I mean the joy is in the name. Making this cocktail is simple. All you need for this Christmas recipe is whipped vodka, pink champagne, and cherry 7-up. Mix it all together, give it a good stir, and you’re done! You’ll be one jolly fellow after drinking this Christmas concoction!


65+ Christmas Cocktails to Celebrate the Spirit(s) of the Season

This year, let's face it, Christmas is going to be a little different. Folks are avoiding big indoor crowds, so Christmas parties around the hearth and tree are out. Instead, there are outdoor gatherings and smaller, more family-focused Christmas celebrations. But that doesn't mean you can't have fun! And one of the best ways to unwind over the holidays is by mixing up a fancy Christmas cocktail or two to pair with your Christmas desserts.

In fact, this may be the year to experiment with holiday cocktails. Instead of mixing up a big bowl of Christmas punch for a crowd, you can try purchasing a few more specialty liquors and spend a little time assembling and mixing some drinks just for the adults you're celebrating with, knowing it won't mean that you have to be stationed by the bar cart all night, playing bartender to dozens of guests. And if you are hosting an outdoor fest, then you'll want to focus on drinks like mulled ciders and hot toddies, to keep friends warm.

These Christmas drinks are especially delicious. There's just something so warming and comfortable about them. From cozy toddies to citrusy spritzes, to extra-decadent concoctions like white Russians, egg nogs, or our signature Driven Snow (a rummy mix of ginger, white chocolate, and candy canes), these drinks are guaranteed to help you relax your shoulders, unwind from the stress of the holiday season, and celebrate in style. And this year, who doesn't need that?

So go ahead, put on a little Christmas music and sift through these recipes. We've gathered our favorite holiday concoctions from here and around the web, all of them guaranteed to help lift your spirits.


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Spread the love at your next holiday bash with these sweet candy treats.

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Marshmallows aren't just for s'mores: These peppermint versions make perfect stocking stuffers.

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These sweet white chocolate treats look just like real melting snowmen.

Sugar cookie dough, white chocolate, and a sprinkle of cinnamon make up these easy no-cook cookie dough truffles.

These melt-in-your-mouth peppermint treats are tasty on their own, but also make cute decorations for holiday desserts.

Mini candy bars, pretzels, vanilla candy coating and red sprinkles are all you need to create these scrumptious treats. Put them in a bowl as a lovely centerpiece for parties or put them in a mason jar as a present.


52 Easy Cocktail Recipes to Impress Your Party Guests

Your guide to delicious cocktails, shaken, stirred, or frozen.

Regardless of the occasion, serving a delicious cocktail to your party guests is a must. If you're hosting a summer barbecue or you're just having friends over for a game night, treating everyone to a signature mixed drink will get them in a celebratory mood. We've rounded up some creative drink ideas that are easy to make, so at-home bartenders of any skill level can tackle them.

A big bowl of punch or a pitcher of sangria will always be a hit, which is why we've made sure to include several of these recipes. If you're looking for seasonal cocktails for a crowd, try the winter sangria, which has a great tart cranberry flavor. Or, if you're in need of refreshing sips for a summertime bash, there are frozen drinks like boozy fruit slushies that will cool you off in no time. Opting for a watermelon drink, like Ree Drummond's watermelon sangria, is also a great choice.

Anyone who's looking to brush up on bar skills will find instructions for classic cocktails too, including margaritas, Palomas, Moscow mules, whiskey sours, and more. You'll be saying "Bottoms up!" once you finish this list of the best cocktail recipes.


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