Christmas is very almost here and one thing we can guarantee of the festive season is that food and drink are going to play a huge part in it. While there are our favorite tipples that we enjoy every year, we’ve got a list of the best Christmas cocktails, you have to include!
Whether its impressing your in-laws or building the perfect atmosphere for your loved ones, we can guarantee these are going to be a big hit!
- Christmas old fashioned
The Old Fashioned has been a widely popular cocktail for as long as it has existed, but this has a little Christmas twist to get you into the Christmas spirit.
- Double shot of Passport Scotch Whiskey
- 1 shot cranberry simple syrup
- 2 dashes of bitters
- Orange Wedge
Simply mix together the whiskey, syrup over Ice cubes. Add your dashes of bitter and garnish with an orange wedge and cranberries. A very simple cocktail that you are sure to love.
2. Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour
Nothing says Christmas more than the smell of cinnamon and who doesn’t love some maple syrup. This recipe is sweetened with the maple syrup adding a much more interesting flavor than plain simple syrup.
- Double shots Passport Scotch Whiskey
- 2 tables spooks fresh lemon juice
- 2-4 tablespoons maple syrup
- Pinch of ground cinnamon,
For this recipe, simply fill a cocktail shaker about two thirds full of ice. Pour in the whiskey, lemon juice, maple syrup and cinnamon and shake well. After that just pour fresh ice into a cocktail glass and strain the whiskey sour mixture over it.
3. Christmas cocktail
For a boozy fun punch that you can have out all day for your guests to enjoy, this Christmas cocktail is perfect for any holiday party.
- 2 Bottles red wine
- 4 cups of ginger ale
- 3 cups cranberry juice
- 2/3 cup Passport Scotch whiskey
- 2 cups frozen cranberries
- 1 orange sliced into rounds
- 1 apple cut into thin slices
- 1 stick of cinnamon
All you have to do is combine all ingredients in a punch bowl together and serve. This makes a lot so make sure you pace yourself, and above all, have a very Merry Christmas.