Christmas is round the corner and once again you are wondering “what cocktails to serve”! Be it a big family event or a party with friends or a romantic Christmas eve dinner, cocktails are what lifts the mood and sets the spirit. So here is your list of the most favoured Christmas cocktails.
Tom and Jerry Punch
A traditional holiday drink from the early 19th century, think of it as the cousin of eggnog, created by British journalist Pierce Egan in the 1820s.
It is a variant of eggnog with brandy and rum added and served hot, usually in a mug or a bowl.
A popular variation of an Egg Nog cocktail, a traditional holiday treat that i creamy, sweet and spirited. Shake well to get the egg mixed up and give you that creamy texture that you̵7;d go for one more.
Another Christmas/New year hot favourite, served warm to raise the mood in the chill. Warm ingredients in a small saucepan. Pour into a cup when hot, and serve.
Yet another winter favourite, more so because the batter can be prepared and refrigerated for weeks. When serving the drink, add 1 or 2 table spoons of the batter, a shot of dark rum and pour boiling water over it, in a mug or any glass of your choice. Guests would love it when it̵7;s freezing outside.
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