Christmas Cocktails To Try This Holiday Season

Christmas Cocktails To Try This Holiday Season
Christmas Cocktails To Try This Holiday Season

Christmas is right around the corner, and you can embrace the season with delicious cocktails. Whether you’re hosting a party or wanting to try something new, we have some tasty options. Check out our list of Christmas cocktails to try this holiday season for fantastic suggestions.

Holiday Mai Tai

Mai tais are fruity and refreshing. Typically, people save this drink for tropical beach vacations or soaking in the sun, but you can enjoy them year-round. After all, who doesn’t love adding a little summer fun to their Christmas festivities? With just four ingredients, you can sip a mai tai in no time.

In a glass, stir together two ounces of dark rum, one ounce of amaretto, and two ounces each of pineapple and orange juice. Finally, garnish with maraschino cherries or orange wheels. If you want to enhance the flavor of your mai tai, you can add Alcohol Flavoring Essence for a tasty twist.

Holly-Jolly Christmas Punch

When it comes to hosting a holiday party, punch is always the way to go. This Holly-Jolly Christmas Punch is a wonderful drink that’s super easy to make. In a large punch bowl, add one bottle of cranberry juice, one bottle of lemon-lime soda, two cans of pineapple juice, and one bottle of tequila. Stir everything together and garnish the bowl with fresh cranberries, lime slices, and ice.

Cranberry Old-Fashioned

A cranberry old-fashioned is a seasonal twist on a classic drink. In a serving glass, stir together three ounces of bourbon whiskey, one ounce of cranberry simple syrup, and two shakes of angostura bitters. In addition, you can garnish the glass with orange peels, fresh cranberries, or rosemary.

White Chocolate Peppermint Martini

Peppermint and white chocolate are two seasonal flavors that many people enjoy. If you’re looking for a twist on these fan favorites, make a white chocolate peppermint martini. Immerse the rim of a martini glass in marshmallow cream topping, and then roll it in crushed peppermint candies. Place the glass in a freezer for a few minutes. Meanwhile, in a cocktail shaker, add one-fourth cup vanilla vodka, one-fourth cup white chocolate liqueur, and one tablespoon peppermint schnapps over crushed ice. Shake, pour the drink in the martini glass, and enjoy!

As we roll through the holidays, you may want to try some new beverages. We hope you found your new favorite cocktail in our list of Christmas cocktails to try this holiday season. And if you’re interested in boosting the flavor of your cocktails, consider Get Suckered, your go-to flavor concentrate manufacturers. Our bottles of flavoring will add a wow factor to any beverage. Browse our selection today for great options.

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