Everyone will love receiving this sweet treat for splashing in his or her after-dinner coffee or sipping over ice. Use Irish cream in hot or cold cocktails or sip it on the rocks.
Pomegranates add a bright and delicious flavor to holiday cocktails.
To make these lattes kid-friendly, use hot chocolate instead of espresso.
Lime Rum Cocktails are sweet & tart drinks perfect for fall evenings.
If you’re in a festive mood then you may want to give this delicious Pomegranate Margarita a try.
If you’re looking to serve a unique adult beverage this holiday season give the Moscow Mule a try. A Moscow Mule, also know as a Vodka Buck, is a mule made with vodka, spicy ginger beer, simple syrup, and lime juice, garnished with a slice of lime. Served in a copper mug this cocktail became popular during the 1950s vodka craze here in the United States. The Moscow Mule was invented in 1941 by John G. Martin of G.F. Heublein Brothers, Inc., an East Coast spirits and food distributor based in Hartford, Connecticut, and Jack Morgan, president of Cock ‘n’ Bull Products (which produced ginger beer) and proprietor of the famous Cock ‘n’ Bull restaurant on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.
You don’t have to go wassailing to enjoy this traditional Christmas drink. Historical wassail drinks are completely different from one another. Some even use beaten eggs. Here is a blonde version. Alcohol is optional.
Serve your holiday guests this rich and creamy eggnog made from scratch. For grownups, feel free to add brandy, bourbon or rum. Hey, it’s holiday time so live it up!
Homemade is always so much better than store bought and this holds true for this Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur recipe. The holidays are on their way, which is the perfect excuse to whip up a batch to serve to family and friends.
This chardonnay weekend cocktail is flavored with fresh pears, nectarines, and apples. Serve with your favorite autumn meal.