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Top 10 Best Homemade Winter Cocktails

Just because it’s winter, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some of our favorite cocktails. You can turn some of the classic cocktail recipes into a winter wonderland with just a few adjustments. Let’s spice this winter up with some delicious cocktails; let’s warm up some of the most incredible cocktail recipes that everybody will enjoy.

Whether you are making dinner for friends and family or going out, we give you the best choices for this winter. Not only these fantastic cocktails will keep you warm, but they are also tasty and gingery ( it’s the smell of winter and holidays, isn’t it?).

Have fun and enjoy the making of these sweethearts. Tell us how they turned out to be, thumbs up or down, yay or nay, who’s your absolute favorite?

Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail

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Make something special for the traditional toast with this cute cocktail by blending champagne with pomegranate.

Prep: 5 minutes.Ingredients: 1 Bottle of Champagne, a cup of pomegranate berries. Serve with chocolate sweets.

Winter Mojito

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Spice up the regular mojito with club soda for a bit of fizz. You will need rum, fresh mint, lime juice, sugar, and club soda. Crush leaves in the bottom of a tall glass. Pour in rum, lime juice, and sugar. Add ice and club soda. It will only take less than 5 minutes. Serve this beverage with a classical Mexican dish.

Ultra Alexander

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This blend of brandy, creme de cocoa, chocolate syrup, whipped cream, and nutmeg on top makes the perfect winter cocktail. Mix the ingredients and sprinkle with chocolate shavings. Extra tip: Serve this cocktail shortbread cookies dipped in chocolate. Prep time: 10 minutes.

Dandy Shandy

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For this recipe, you will need Dandy Shandy and some ginger. Add some ginger to this perfect dark beverage, and there you have it.                       Prep time: 5 minutes. To amaze the guests serve it with warm appetizers: dips, quiches, and tarts.

Clove Julep

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For this refreshing drink, you will need mint, sugar, ice, and vodka. Crush mint and sugar at the bottom of a glass and add ice and vodka. Prep time: 10 minutes. Serve with chicken wings Dip Sauce. Now that is what we call heaven.

Basil Martini

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Shake Basil-infused vodka with a dash of vermouth, and you have the perfect combination. It will take less than 5 minutes. Serve with stuffed olives. It’s not only delicious but refreshing.

Ginger-Champagne Punch

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To make this mouthwatering cocktail, you will need vodka, champagne, crystallized ginger, sugar, and corn syrup. Bring to boil sugar, corn syrup, water, and candied ginger. After 10 minutes, reduce heat and stir in vodka. After 4 hours, pour the champagne. Serve with refreshing green tea. Add berries for extra taste.

Gibson

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Little extraordinary but tasty. To the classic gin martini, add some cocktail onions or blue cheese-stuffed olives. Prep time: 10 minutes. Serve with a dip of your choice ( make sure the dip consists of some type of cheese and onion).

Mai Tai Me

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For Mai Tai Me, or translated as ” Out of this world,” you will need rum, Cointreau, and fruit juices over ice. Add some cherries on top and garnish with a paper umbrella. It will take less than 6 minutes to prepare it. Serve with some Asian- inspired appetizers. Enjoy.

Sake Martinis

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This is another martini winter alternative. You will need sake, vodka, pickled ginger, and green olives. In a cocktail shaker filled with ice cubes, combine sake and vodka. Shake and pour in a martini glass. Add stuffed olives or thin slices of cucumber. Prep time: 10 minutes. Serve with: Spring Rolls.

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