Over 45 Christmas Cocktails including Christmas Martini Recipes, Christmas Moscow Mule recipe, many Pomegranate, and Cranberry Cocktail recipes and even yummy Hot Christmas Drinks.
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Christmas time is filled with parties, get-togethers, and dinners to celebrate the season. And we know you are all out searching for awesome Christmas Cocktails to serve your guests. We bet some of you are also looking to just sit next to a cozy fireplace and enjoy Hot Christmas Drinks with your loved one or loved ones. Either way, we are here to help you find some of the best Christmas cocktails. And we are sure you will find several here that you will fall in love with.
We do have these Cocktails grouped together for your convenience. We tried to divide them up in categories like Christmas Martini Recipes, Christmas Moscow Mule recipe, many Pomegranate, and Cranberry Cocktail recipes and Christmas Hot Drinks.
If you enjoy this Christmas Cocktails Collection then see these:
Now isn't this Christmas Cocktail a festive little drink? It's filled with pomegranate juice, grapefruit juice, sparkling water, and gin plus a sugared rim and a rosemary for garnish! Just so bright and cheery!!
This amazing and gorgeous cocktails contains ginger simple syrup, brandy, pomegranate molasses, and pomegranate juice, ginger beer, and orange bitters. It's then beautifully garnished with an orange slice, and crystallized ginger.
Red Wine Margarita with Black Lava Salt-- The Hawaiian Black Salt with the deep color of the margarita wine mixture makes it an impressive presentation and not just for Halloween but also all your winter Holidays
Christmas Hot Drinks
There is nothing like a warm boozy cocktail or beverage around a fire at Christmastime. Don't you agree?
This simple Mulled Wine Recipe that’s really easy to make at home with earl grey tea and orange quarters stuck with cloves, cinnamon sticks, star anise and dark brown sugar. And of course a bottle of red wine!