The Creamsicle, sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike, is made by chef Jason McClure of Sazerac restaurant in Seattle. Click here for more ways to drink your dessert. 
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Mors is a refreshing berry drink, common in Russia, and made with whatever berries are in season-- from cranberries, to blueberries and black currants. More often than not, a shot of vodka is served with the drink.
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Strut your stuff on the catwalk with this hot drink!
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While this lemon-lime hydrator may still be on the market, it sure was a favorite to us as kids. Whether or not it gave us more energy is still up to question, but one thing is for sure; kids back then and even now couldn't get enough of the green stuff. Here's how to make your own version of the drink for less dough, courtesy of One Good Thing by Jilee.  
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Pretty in Pink Drink
Give sweet Molly Ringwald a run for her money with this spicy, sassy drink.
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The amazing Willie Degel concocted this killer cocktail, so you know it’s going to be great. Read more about Beyond Green Beer: 15 Great Cocktails for St. Patrick's Day
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Enjoy this hot drink on a cold day. It's a great alternative if you want to try something other than coffee or tea. 
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This sipping rum needs no accompaniments: it solo beautifully all on its own.
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Chia Kombucha
Kombucha tea can boost your immune system. Combine this with the power of chia seeds and you’ve got a power-packed, energy-boosting drink.
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Aztec drinking chocolate
What’s better than heart-shaped boxes of waxy chocolate? Answer: a spicy drinking chocolate. This is like sex in a cup. Although I am not a physician, and I can’t guarantee such results, I assure you for once that your significant other will not be disappointed.Click here to see A Guy-Friendly Valentine's Day Dinner.
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Chocolate Drink
This is not your child’s cocoa. This hot chocolate is made with finished chocolate, and not cocoa powder. Michael suggests grating the chocolate on the largest holes of a box grater, or whipping the mixture together with an immersion blender, for the best result. You can use this recipe to make chocolate drinks from 70% chocolate, even 80% chocolate, if you like the bold taste. You can infuse milk with mint leaves or cinnamon, for added flavor, or a drizzle of caramel. Top with a bit of whipped cream, or a homemade marshmallow, for a decadent flourish. — Allison Beck
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Slow Cooker Hot Punch: A Mulled Pomegranate Drink
Mulling spices and warmed wine will always have a place at a winter holiday table. You haven’t lived until you’ve warmed this beautiful blend of ingredients into a slow cooker to share with friends and family. Click here for more recipes from the Holistic Squid. Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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