10 Fantastic Christmas Cocktails Your Guests Will Love

Christmas cocktails can be alcoholic and non-alcoholic. People have recreated traditional cocktails to Christmas themed drinks. They decorate it to represent the Christmas season. Some are even named after some Christmas elements such “Snow Cocktail.” Mixed Christmas drink is something everyone will enjoy at a Christmas party or dinner. Surprise your guest with the 10 best Christmas drinks that are listed in this article.

See also: 15 Christmas Dinner Menu Ideas.

10 Best Christmas cocktails

Snowball Cocktail

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice pour in 2 0z of Irish cream. Then add half Oz of raspberry liqueur and one splash of Grenadine. Shake and strain into a Martini glass.


Pomegranate Punch

In a punch bowl pour 1 and 1/2 cup of pomegranate juice. Add one cup of pineapple juice and a bottle of champagne. You can add orange slice and pomegranate seed and serve with ice.


Sparkling Rum Punch

Add 2 cups of orange juice to a jar. Then add 1/2 cup of orange liqueur and dark rum. Cover and chill for one hour. Finally, add two bottles of sparkling water and serve.


Grinch Cocktail

Dip the rim of a glass into lime juice or water. Next, dip the rim into green sugar. Add 45ml of absinthe to a glass and melon liqueur. Shake mixture in a container with ice. Top with Ginger Ale. Garnish with candy cane and a lime.


Mistletoe Martini

Make some hot cranberry tea, once cool put the tea in the fridge. Fill the shaker glass with ice and add 2 Oz vodka, 1/2 Oz cranberry tea. Squeeze orange and lemon to the mixture. Put the lid on shake and strain into a chill martini glass.


Candy Cain Cocktail

You need 1Oz of Peppermint Liqueur, 1Oz Crème De Cacao, 1/4 Oz Grenadine and 2 Oz of milk. Pour all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Then strain into a Martini glass and a dash of Grenadine. Place a candy cane on one side of the glass for decoration.

Christmas cocktails

Winter Sangria

You will need 2 chopped apples, handful of cloves, 4 cups of ice, 1 shot of Apple syrup and white wine. Pour some ice in a bowl along with chopped apples. Add the cloves and wine. Stir and let it sit for several hours before serving.


Cranberry Mimosa

Pour cranberry juice into a container and add your favorite champagne. Garnish the glass with cranberry and rosemary.


White Chocolate Peppermint Martini

In a shaker with ice, add 2 Oz vanilla vodka, 1/2 Oz peppermint Schnapps and white chocolate Liqueur. Shake for one minute. Pour mix from shaker into a glass and sprinkle with crush peppermint.


Holiday Mule

Combine 1/2 Oz of simple syrup and cranberry juice. Add 1 1/2Oz gin. Pour over ice and top with 2 Oz ginger beer. Serve garnished with rosemary, orange wedge, and sugared cranberries, if desired.


Wrapping up

There are many Christmas cocktails you can create to satisfy your guests. A party or Christmas dinner is not complete without cocktails. Cocktails are easy to make, you should try these cocktails this Christmas.


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