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Five Warming Cocktails

Some are served warm others cold, either way, these five cocktails are sure to warm you up quickly this holiday season.

On a chilly day a tasty warming cocktail can be just what you need. We’ve put together five cocktails, perfect for the winter. Some are served warm, but a couple are served over ice (not that they don’t warm you up anyway).

Sometimes the simplest wins, which is just the case with this Honey Bourbon Cocktail. Heat up some lemon juice then stir that with bourbon and sweet honey. This would be the perfect end to a dinner or after a long afternoon on the sledding hill.

HoneyBourbonCocktail

Serve this ginger rum punch cocktail warm or cold. Start by muddling fresh ginger with dark and light rum for extra spice then add to lime and orange juice. Just before serving cranberry is poured into the drink along with a dash of allspice.

GingerRumPunch

Reminiscent of cookies and cream, this sugar cookie cocktail can easily replace dessert. It’s creamy, a little sweet and oh-so delicious!

SugarCookieMartini

Another drink that can rival most desserts is this spiked mocha. Cocoa, coffee and chocolate liqueur makes this perfect to serve after a dinner with friends with a big plate of Christmas cookies.

SpikeMocha

If chocolate isn’t your thing, maybe the pumpkin latte spiked with coffee liqueur and dark rum will interest you. It’s spicy, a little sweet and all-around delicious.

SpikedPumpkinLatte

Whether they’re served warm or cold, these five cocktails are sure to warm you up quickly and would be perfect to serve this holiday season. Which one would you choose?
 


Bloggers Adam and Joanne Gallagher from Inspired Taste make a simple warm cocktail with bourbon, lemon juice and honey.
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Bloggers Adam and Joanne Gallagher from Inspired Taste make rum punch flavored for fall. Allspice, dark rum and gingerroot make this a perfect fall drink.
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Bloggers Adam and Joanne Gallagher from Inspired Taste make a martini that’s reminiscent of cookies and milk.
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Bloggers Adam and Joanne Gallagher from Inspired Taste spike the popular mocha coffee with liqueur then add whipped cream.
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Bloggers Adam and Joanne Gallagher from Inspired Taste make their favorite fall coffee-house drink at home--the pumpkin spice latte, and then add some coffee liqueur and rum.
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