Looking for a hot cocktail to warm you up this winter? Try one of these drinks and REALLY enjoy the holidays this year!
This is a old family favorite using peach brandy rather than the traditional whiskey. The brandy imparts a sweet, creamy, and lighter taste.
Reap the benefits of the brainstorm of the Irish genius who thought: You know what would improve this coffee...
A twisted take on Spanish sangria, this hot version uses peach schnapps instead of wine.
This drink makes me look forward to blizzards. Nothing's better during a white out than to whip up a batch of buttered rum and sit warm by the window or fire.
In winter, this cocktail is the cure for whatever ails you.
This drink combines a few of my favorite things: coffee, rum, and brandy. One of the great winter drinks.
When the holidays roll around, this is the one. And it’s so rich and creamy, once a year is enough.
Incidentally, not the way the Irish take their coffee. But still, a delicious drink.
Want to make your holiday party really lively? This strong punch cocktail will do the trick. Make sure you have the number for a cab company handy.
You'll be looking forward to cold winter nights at home if you've got this easy hot buttered rum on hand.
If it can warm up folks stuck in long, ice-cold Scandinavian winters, it shouldn't have too much trouble cutting through the chill of your winter. This festive holiday drink is a good choice for your bad sweater party.
This is a family favorite that mom used to make when I was a child. It is a bit more work than just buying it from a store, but it is well worth the trouble. It is thick, rich, creamy, and an absolute must if I have friends coming in for the holidays.
Basically a mochaccino with Bailey's(R) Irish Cream. Great for those long cold nights of studying/paperwork.
Don't settle for the store-bought stuff--take the time to make your own eggnog.
Classic "Hot Rum" recipe.
Kick up your holiday eggnog with a good splash of moonshine. Well, ok then, better make that two splashes!