The holidays are as good excuse as any to drink up! These are a few of my favorite holiday drinks. If you are planning a Christmas party…these are 10 quick and easy drinks that can be put together for any holiday gathering. Drink responsibly and enjoy!
1. Cotton Candy Ornament Shots
Candy and alcohol? Who will ever turn down those two things together?
2. The Grinch
Hairy, smelly Grinch on your hands? Hand them the drink best suited for them.
3. Pink Peppermint Russian
Red and green? The holidays are nothing without a little bit of pink!
4. Rose, Raspberry and Mint Fizz
Are you feeling like dressing up your drinks while you dress down? This drink is perfect for feeling fancy and festive.
5. Blue Sparkling Star Cocktails
Are you feeling blue at your holiday festivities? Toss back a sparkling star and get out of your holiday funk.
6. Champagne Punch with Raspberry and Orange Liqueur
If Santa plans on bringing all of his elves, they will never go thirsty!
7. Winter Rhum Punch
Cozying up under the mistletoe? Kick back and enjoy the holidays.
8. The Blizzard
Blizzard? Pshh…Drink up and get your liquor jacket on.
9. Caramel Apple Sangria
For all you wine lovers, don’t think I forgot about you. Delve into your apple affections and drink up!
10. Cranberries Crackle
In case the elves decide to bring the reindeer, whip up a batch of this!
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