21 Beverages To Indulge With This Winter

Posted on January 23 2020

21 Beverages To Indulge With This Winter

Tasty and boozy is our favorite combination come colder months of the year, so we've found a whole winter's worth of drinks to get you through the cold weather, by the fireside, and outdoor outings.

Hot Chocolate is a drink that reminds us of snow days, sledding, or a quiet day watching the snow fall.  If you’re looking for some new recipes for hot cocoa, we have you covered. 

  1. White Hot Chocolate

Looking to shake up your usual hot chocolate recipe? This white hot chocolate with a pretty pink hue is as dreamy-looking as it is delicious.

  1. Slow Cooker Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate

It's winter, which means it's time to treat yourself to something ridiculously decadent and warm. This salted caramel hot chocolate achieves both things.

  1. Kahlúa Hot Chocolate

You'll be begging for seconds as soon as you take the last sip of this spiked drink.

  1. Mint White Hot Chocolate
White hot chocolate is a festive and ultra creamy mint flavored hot chocolate. A fun drink to sip on for Christmas or even St. Patrick's Day!
  1. Hazelnut HC

Chocolate and hazelnut are a deliciously dynamic duo and such an indulgent twist on our classic hot cocoa!

  1. Hot Buttered Bourbon

Switching rum for trendy bourbon is a twist on the classic hot buttered run is a new winter cocktail that will keep you warm and cozy during the cold winter! 

  1. Spiced Vanilla Pear Apple Cider

Apples paired with vanilla and pear are the putting together great treats. When they are combined with a cadre of spices, your classic hot cider turns into a warm, delicious drink great for sipping in front of a fire.

  1. Warm Bourbon Cider

When you take a break from chocolate or whipped cream, bourbon cider is the perfect alternative. 

  1. Apple Pie Latte

The apple syrup and caramel sauce in this latte with vanilla vodka and cinnamon whiskey is the perfect jolt!

10.  Hot Toddy

Otherwise known as a hot whiskey with honey, tea and spices is the ultimate old-time winter hot boozy beverage.

  1. Mulled Wine

Give us the spice with our wine and it will be a delightful night.  Both red and white wines can be mulled with wonderful spices, such as cinnamon, honey, cranberries, cloves, orange and cider. 

  1. Driven Snow Cocktail

A white chocolate liqueur addition to a milkshake with tiny black specs from the vanilla served with a candy cane. 

Eggnog:  During a winter wonderland not much more is better than a delicious eggnog!  Here are several varieties to keep you properly buzzed.

  1. Old-Fashioned Eggnog

You can't beat a classic.

  1. Gingerbread Eggnog

Put a twist on traditional eggnog with this winter drink recipe that's only made better with fresh ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and other spices.

  1. Chai Eggnog

If you love the flavors of chai and have a weakness for eggnog, this Chai Eggnog (included with bourbon) is the ultimate winter sipper.

  1. Eggnog and Baileys

Get your booze party started with this delicious mix of Baileys and eggnog.

  1. Blueberry and Thyme Champagne Cocktails

Celebrating the New Year?  This cocktail adds a bit of flavor to Champagne and provides a great merriment. 

  1. White Christmas Mojito

One sip of this cocktail and you'll be transported to a winter wonderland.  Want to know how to make it?   https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/white-christmas-mojito/

  1. Jack Frost Cocktail

Wish you were somewhere tropical?  This sea-colored drink actually tastes like you've been transported somewhere warm, thanks to its pineapple and coconut flavors, vodka, and blue curacao.  Topped with coconut it looks like a snow topping.

  1. S'more Martini

The s’mores martini is the glamping of martinis.  It’s elevated look and rich chocolate taste gives a Valentines Treat.

  1. Spiked Coconut Vanilla Steamer

This Pinterest favorite is made with whole and coconut milk, spiced rum, coconut extract, and vanilla bean. Cozy up to this frothy cocktail garnished with toasted coconut and enjoy!  https://www.sugarandsoul.co/coconut-winter-cocktails-recipe

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