How to make your favourite Holiday Cocktails
The Holidays are coming, and we want to give you the perfect guide of cocktails you need to prepare for your parties and family and friends dinners.
The Official Mimosa
Is there a best way to start the Holiday season than with your friends having brunch with delicious mimosas? We don’t think so! Remember to prepare it with your favourite Prosecco and freshly squeezed orange juice.
This espresso martini will blow your mind; its delicious taste will make you feel Christmas Vibes all over the place.
• 2 oz. Vodka
• 1/2 oz. Coffee liqueur
• 3/4 oz. maple syrup
• 1 1/2 oz. espresso
Shake all the ingredients with ice, serve it and enjoy! Recipe by Esquire Website.
Are you ready to amaze your guests with this Christmas-looking and delicious Cranberry Gin & Tonic cocktail? Learn how to prepare it: over ice, mix 1.5 oz gin, 2 oz cranberry juice, and a twist of lime juice in a glass. Top with half a bottle of Tonic Water and décor with lime and cranberries. Recipe by Betty Buzz/Cosmopolitan
We all know Holiday’s weather screams for hot beverages and we have for you the best recipe for that. For the Mulled wine you will need: your favourite bottle of red wine, brown sugar, rum (optional), raisins and almonds, cinnamon sticks, cloves, cardamom powder, ginger, and for fruits we will need oranges and lemons.
In a pot, warm the wine, add all ingredients, mix them and let it rest for 10 minutes. When it is ready, vert it in a strong glass that can handle hot beverages and add any garnishment you would like. Enjoy! Recipe by Happy Foods Tube Website
How to make your favourite Holiday Cocktails: Christmas Eggnog
There is no Holiday Season without an Eggnog cocktail, we are going to tell you how to prepare it and you will surprise your guests with its amazing flavor.
Ingredients: 12 eggs, 3/4 c. superfine sugar, 1 p. cognac, 1/2 p. dark rum, 1 p. milk, 1/2 p. heavy cream, nutmeg.
Instructions: 1. Separate the eggs, putting aside the whites. Beat the yolks while slowly adding the sugar. Beat until sugar is entirely dissolved.
2. Slowly add the cognac while stirring, then the rum.
3. Stir in milk and heavy cream.
4. Beat the whites until they stand on their own. Fold them into the mixture.
5. Stir in grated nutmeg and serve.
Recipe by Esquire Website
Last modified: December 19, 2022