Top 10 Christmas Cocktails

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Disclaimer: Drink responsibly and must be legal drinking age where you are from.

How about instead of having the traditional mulled wine or boring drinks you have every year, lets try something new. I did a little research (okay I looked at pinterest lol), for the some festive Christmas drinks. Many different kind of drinks came up so I am narrowing it down to my top 10. Try some of them out and let me know on instagram @lifeisapeachblog_.

The Grinch Cocktail

Although a green drink does not look appetizing, The Toasty Kitchen makes it intriguing. Using Midori liqueur to give it the grinch green colour and a maraschino cherry to top it all off. This drink seems so fun and festive for the holidays.

By The Toasty Kitchen

Holly Jolly Christmas Citrus Cocktail

This cocktail caught my eye because I love orange juice and the pomegranate seeds add a cute festive touch. Half Baked Harvest has holly jolly in a cup for you!! This drink is made with ginger beer which would give the orange juice and St. Germain a nice little kick.

By Half Baked Harvest

Mistletoe Martini Cranberry Christmas Cocktail

When I think of Christmas drinks cranberries comes to mind. Mix that Drink has you covered with this festive martini. The vodka, elderflower liqueur and cranberry juice will put you into the Christmas spirit. Add in some whole Cranberries to make it even more festive.

By Mix that Drink

Bourbon Apple Cider Fizz Cocktail

Apple Cider is a festive drink but can be boring. Want to spice it up a bit? So Much Food has you covered! Add some bourbon, sparkling wine and cranberries to give it an even more festive kick.

By So Much Food

Winter Wonderland Margarita

Nothing screams Christmas more than winter wonderland! If you love coconut then this drink is for you! Burrata & Bubbles makes cute festive drink that mixes coconut, tequila and some rosemary syrup. Put some coconut on the rim to give it the full winter effect.

By Burrata & Bubbles

Winter Aperol Spritz

Aperol Spritz are already so good how can we make them better? Add a festive touch to it! How Sweet Eats made a winter aperol spritz with cranberry juice, orange zest and rosemary! This one would be such a great hit at Christmas Parties when we can have them again :'( .

By How Sweet Eats

Mulled Wine Christmas Sangria

We have to keep it somewhat traditional with Mulled wine but we need to add a twist! This sangria by She Keeps a Lovely Home has a lot of ingredients but is so festive and cute! The nice thing about sangria is you can add whatever you want to it, and it will still taste good.

By She Keeps a Lovely Home

Campfire Cocktail

This one sounded so warm and cozy. Bark & Linen has us covered with this chocolate, graham cracker, marshmallow drink. If you roast the marshmallow on top and rim the glass with chocolate sauce it will give it an even cozier touch!

By Bark & Linen

Drunken Snowman Cocktail

We needed a warm drink in here as well! This hot chocolate drink is a chocolate lovers dream. I am baker has us covered with this decadent drink, topped with some whip cream to make it look like a melted snowman.

By I am Baker

Christmas Eggnog

This one is my creation! My mom said she wanted an eggnog cocktail tonight so I whipped one up. With half a shot of Kahlua, Baileys, Creme de Cacao, Eggnog to top it off and a dash of Cinnamon and Nutmeg. It is so good definitely one you have to try!

By Me!!

Hope this helps you find your new Christmas Drink!! Let me know if you try any of these below.

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