Taking advantage of the flavors of the season will help you jazz up cocktails to enhance the taste of your meal, too. For example, cinnamon easily transitions from the pantry to the minibar when combined with ingredients like Deep Eddy Cranberry Vodka and butterscotch schnapps.
Another great cocktail idea is to create brown sugar simple syrup to add both sweetness and depth to cocktails — especially when brown liquor is involved.
Whether you’re hosting or you are a guest, these cocktails are easy to serve up individually or in batches. (Isn’t that why we love eggnog, anyway?)
Read on for 10 holiday drinks and will impress even the most discerning of guests.
Rich in color and layered with flavors, Juan Martinez of Toca Madera West Hollywood created a holiday-themed cocktail that nods to farm-fresh ingredients that will most likely be showcased on the tables of food lovers everywhere. Rich honey mixes with earthy sage for a cocktail that tastes and smells just like the crisp cool air.
Turn the table’s favorite dessert into a cocktail courtesy of Skinnygirl Bare Naked Vodka. It’s always smart to serve a lighter cocktail during the holidays, when most people are feeling full from their heavy meals. Using Skinnygirl will do just that. The same purée used to make your pie is mixed with butterscotch schnapps for a crisp and creamy cocktail with hardly any calories.