Our Favourite Christmas Cocktails!

If your Christmas drinks are limited to champagne and beer, then it's time to liven things up with these easy to make cocktails that will see you right through the silly season!

Bored with your usual Christmas spread? An easy way to add a bit more festive cheer is through these delicious cocktails. Take your pick from our list!

The silly season break-up party

Raspberry Caipirinha

Get your festivities off to a fun start with this delicious twist on the Caipirinha – it’s fun, fruity and fresh and the perfect drink for entertaining.

Santa’s Kiss

For a fun fruity addition to any party, serve up the Santa’s Kiss under the mistletoe.

For impromptu Christmas drinks

Mango Daiquiris

These delicious mango daiquiris are easy to whip up last minute as you can make the base prior, and are the perfect accompaniment for nibbles and snacks.

The Grinch

There's nothing miserable about this cocktail! Bring a smile to guests face with this special blend.

For the Night Before Christmas…

Mulled wine sangria

Nothing says festive like mulled wine, however the last thing you want to drink on a balmy night is a steaming mug of spicy wine. So instead, try this delicious chilled version that’s sure to be a hit with any passing carolers…

For Christmas Lunch

Christmas Cracker

Really get the party started with this refreshing, palette-cleansing recipe that is perfect before you start tucking into dessert.

Champagne Cocktail

It’s not a celebration without champagne! This festive cocktail is a perfect accompaniment for Christmas lunch.

For Christmas Night

Eggnog Martini

There’s something special about nursing eggnog after a big day of celebrating. But if you can’t quite handle something that rich, this eggnog martini will hit the spot.

Sherry Cocktail

This divine tasting cocktail will make sure it’s not only Grandma tucking into the Sherry on Christmas night.

Drinks for Boxing Day

The great thing about this homemade vodka is you can whip it up a few days (or even weeks!) in advance. Pineapples are in plentiful supply this time of year, so make a generous batch, and enjoy straight, in a cocktail, or with soda.

Spiced Christmas Juice

If hair-of-the-dog just isn’t going to work for you, try this healthy, vitamin packed juice that will get you back on your feet again! Ginger is an anti-inflammatory and will help soothe the stomach, perfect if you have overindulged and feel bloated. Cinnamon will help to stabilise blood sugar levels.

Credit: vitality4life.com.au

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