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Flavors of the Holiday Season

by Chris Harrison 1 min read

Flavors of the Holiday Season

Nothing brings on the holiday nostalgia like the taste of your Mom's cookies or the scent of mulling spices on the stove. Make new memories with these cocktails inspired by iconic flavors of the season. 

Pomegranate Mulled Wine

Pomegranate Mulled Wine with cookieOur Real Grenadine adds a fruity layer of flavor to the classic warm winter drink. We tailored our recipe for one bottle of red wine, serving 4-6, but it can easily be scaled up or down depending on your group's size. Recipe for Pomegranate Mulled Wine.

Mandeln Old Fashioned

Mandela Old FashionedInspired by the candied almonds served at German Christmas markets, this rich cocktail is a perfect end to your holiday feast. We replaced the customary bitters for dashes of ground cinnamon and drops of vanilla extract for punched up flavor. Recipe for Mandeln Old Fashioned. 

Gingerbread Cocktail

Gingerbread HighballA cookie in a cup! Using Fiery Ginger Syrup, allspice dram, aged rum, and molasses, this highball brings all the flavors of your favorite holiday cookie to a sparkling cocktail. Recipe for Gingerbread Cocktail.

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