Bring on the holiday festivities with these 5 classic drinks. I picked my favorite ones that give a variety, are easy to make and the ingredients aren’t over the top complicated.
These drinks are easy to make right at home!
I love finding drink recipes from Mix That Drink



1. Coffee Snowflake

I’m sure you’ve heard of this drink before, but it honestly is perfect for the holidays with all the cozy coffees you’ll make!

 

You’ll need:

• Baileys or Kahlua
• Irish coffee bean blend
• Whip cream
• Whiskey

To top it off, add some fresh mint to finish up the drink!

2. The Snowball

This is the drink almost everyone looks forward to every year for obvious reasons!
This drink is great because it can be used at gatherings with or without drinkers, because it tastes so good on it’s own.
However, here’s a recipe to spice up the tradition eggnog this season!

You’ll need:

• Eggnog (of course)
• 1/3 cup dark rum (or bourbon)
• 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract
• 1/4 teaspoon of ground nutmeg
• 2 cups of whipping cream

 

3. The Christmas Cookie

This idea is another great one from Mix That Drink.
Peppermint is so perfect for Christmas time, this drink is super easy to make, one of the most simple yet the taste is amazing!

You’ll need:

• 1 ounce peppermint schnapps
• 1 ounce Kahlua
• 1 ounce Carolan’s Irish Cream

 

4. Snowy Cocktail

Another drink really great drink that involves Kahlua, but hey! It’s perfect for this time of year!

You’ll need:

• cinnamon powder
• 3 drops of vanilla
• crushed ice
• 1 ounce of evaporated skim milk
• 1/2 ounce Kahlua
• cinnamon stick

 

5. Mulled Wine

Last but certainly not least, this drink is a must try this year! It may seem like a lot of ingredients, but it’s super simple to make, it tastes amazing and you can make as much as you want which is perfect for gatherings!

You’ll need:

• bottle of red wine
• 1 cup of congnac
• 3/4 cup of sugar
• 3 whole cloves
• 1 tsp grated nutmet
• 1 vanilla bean
• 1 star anise
• 1 sliced orange
• 1 sliced lemon
• 2 cinnamon sticks

Your gonna combine all these ingredients into a sauce pan and let that simmer for about 25min.
The best result is to allow this to sit overnight in the refrigerator or out, which ever or works fine!
Strain out the fruits when your ready, top it off with a fresh cinnamon stick and/or cranberries!
An amazing new and cozy way to enjoy your wine this winter!

 

 

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What are your favorite drinks for the holidays?

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