One of the best parts of the holiday season is celebrating with friends and family for days on end! I love having little parties and get togethers throughout the season! From wine nights, board game evenings, or New Years Eve, there are so many reasons to throw a bash.
You guys know I love experimenting and trying out new and fun ways to serve mocktail and cocktails. The December holidays is the ultimate excuse to vamp up your bar cart and create something delicious.
I've rounded up 7 of my favorite cocktails for the season! Each cocktail is made with amazing fresh fall and winter ingriendents like rosemary, apple, and pomegrantae and are perfect for your next party or a lovely snuggle up on the couch.
I fell in love with proper ginger beer after moving to the UK and I love this paloma by Half Baked Harvest. It's fresh, fruity, and has a lovely twist of mint and ginger beer.
This cocktail is totally out of my comfort zone! I love trying new ingredients and this cocktail would be a lovely option for a movie or bonfire night.
This drink makes the best cocktail or mocktail. It has lovely soft flavors of pears, vanilla, nutmeg, and honey!
First of all, I am totally obsessed with the styling and branding of this blog post by Camille Styles. This drink also looks like my dream cocktail. A lovely bourbon drink and tons of herbs make this a lovely nod to autumn and winter!
A spritzer is a lovely way to have a great daytime drink! This wintertime spritzer looks simple and lovelt for Christmas day or brunch!
I love trying out new whisky drinks. Let's just say our bark cart is FILLED with Scottish whisky so I am always trying to find creative ways of making cocktails instead of drinking it staright the way Adam does! This would make a lovely Thanksgiving party punch!
I fonally purchased some super cute moscow mule glasses and I am ready to break them with this fruity and Chrstmas themed drink! As the blog states, this is perefect for Christmas day!
Want an extra cocktail? Our cover image is an amazing Basil Fig Vodka Smash! You can get the recipe here.