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2 oz Skyy Infusions Blood Orange
6 oz hot apple cider
Cinnamon stick, garnish
Combine ingredients in a snifter glass. Sprinkle with nutmeg and garnish with a cinnamon stick.
Courtesy of Skyy Vodka.
1.5 oz SKYY Infusions Citrus
0.5 oz agave nectar
4 oz hot water
1 cinnamon stick
1 pat unsalted butter (just under a tablespoon)
Combine all ingredients into a large mug, topping the liquid with hot water last. Stir, grate nutmeg over top and let steep for a couple minutes before serving.
Courtesy of SKYY Vodka.
I don’t know where you are, but where I am it’s damn cold! Here are 10 hot drinks that will warm you up:
Evening Nectar: Orange vodka is the base for this sweet and lightly spiced hot drink.
Texan Hot Chocolate: Vodka and orange liqueur help turn the already outstanding hot chocolate into a warm Texas treat.
Hot Apple Cider: Rum, apple cider and spices … who could ask for anything more?
Glogg: Swedish hot … Read more
1 ½ oz Home-Spiced Flor de Caña (spice recommendation: vanilla bean, nutmeg, cinnamon)
3 oz hot water
½ teaspoon of butter on top
1 cinnamon stick
In an Irish coffee mug, add boiling water, rum and top with a small slice of butter. Stir with cinnamon stick and garnish with fresh nutmeg on top.
Courtesy of Flor de Caña Rum.
2 oz. SKYY Infusions Ginger
.75 oz honey
Juice of half a lemon
2 sage leaves
4 oz of Earl Grey tea (hot)
Combine all ingredients directly in a wine glass. Garnish with a sage leaf.
Courtesy of SKYY Infusions Vodka.
Sake cocktails are delightful! This one uses fresh pear juice and dry vermouth for a late-winter twist on the Martini.
Sake has a lower alcohol than spirits, so we mixed up a huge batch without fear of overdoing it. It was a blast, so I highly recommend you get going on this tonight!
I have a juicer, so I juice some Bosc pears for this. However, you can also blend them and then strain through … Read more
I needed a champagne cocktail to brighten a dreary winter day. This recipe uses in-season Meyer lemons and Galliano herbal liqueur along with champagne. It’s dry and a bit tart, which is just what I wanted. If you prefer a little sweetness, add a splash or two of simple syrup.
This creamy, peppermint treat in cocktail form is perfect for cozy nights by the fireplace.
1 ½ parts vodka
1 part peppermint schnapps
½ part simple syrup
½ part cream
Shake all ingredients vigorously in a cocktail shaker full of ice. Strain into rocks glass filled with crushed ice and garnish with chocolate or chocolate-covered peppermint sticks.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Grey Goose.
This holiday cocktail will bring you some cheer! Made with Glenfiddich 12 and homemade cinnamon syrup it warms you up even though it’s a cold cocktail. The aroma is festive!
You can use your favorite single malt, but a nice smooth one with mild peat goes best with these ingredients.
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