With These Winter Cocktails, Your Holidays Will Be Even More Fun

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You don’t need good weather to enjoy a delicious cocktail. The drinks below prove that. Especially for the holidays, Girlscene has listed the tastiest winter cocktails for you. Curious about these alcoholic refreshments? Then read on quickly.

Winter Cocktails

Bad Santa

For this naughty cocktail, throw some ice, 45 milliliters of vodka, 30 milliliters of almond milk, 15 milliliters of Amaro liqueur, 15 milliliters of lemon juice, 15 milliliters of cinnamon syrup, and some cardamom kernels in a shaker.

Shake this well and pour it into a glass with ice. Place three raspberries on a skewer, pass them through the chocolate, and place them on the glass. Enjoy in moderation, eh :-).

Bailey’s freakshake

A freakshake, but as a cocktail. Could it be more fun? Brew espresso and let it cool for two hours in the fridge. In the meantime you are going to decorate the glass: dip the top in chocolate sauce and dip it in the sprinkles.

Now add 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, 50 milliliters of Baileys Original Irish Cream, 50 milliliters of cold espresso, and 125 milliliters of semi-skimmed milk to the blender and mix!

Bailey's freakshake

Pour the smooth mixture into a nice glass, add a scoop of ice and squirt a mountain of whipped cream on your cocktail. Garnish your drink with a donut or brownie and drizzle with chocolate sauce and sprinkles. Cheers!

Cranberry Mojito

Cut a lime in quarters and put this together with 2 teaspoons of cane sugar in a long drink glass. Gently squeeze the juice from the lime and add 45 milliliters of rum.

Fill the cocktail with crushed ice and stir well. Now add 30 milliliters of cranberry juice and 15 milliliters of sparkling water, stir briefly and garnish with mint. Delicious.

Dark Winter Cocktail

Fill your cocktail glass with ice and add 30 milliliters of gin, 15 milliliters of blueberry liqueur, and 30 milliliters of dark vermouth. Drizzle some lime juice into the glass and then fill to the brim with tonic. Stir briefly and garnish with blueberries and blackberries. Add a straw and drink. Enjoy this under the Christmas tree.

Espresso Martini

Do you love coffee as much as cocktails? Then this drink is perfect for you. Brew a cup of espresso and let it cool down. Grab your shaker with ice and add 25 milliliters of Tia Maria, 25 milliliters of vodka, 5 milliliters of sugar syrup, some salt, and 40 milliliters of espresso.

Shake for a long time and then pour into a cold martini glass. Garnish with some coffee beans and the cocktail is finished. Cheers.

Frostbite

Fill your shaker with 45 milliliters of tequila, 22 milliliters of white chocolate liqueur, 7 milliliters of crème de menthe, and 15 milliliters of fresh lime juice.

Add some ice to this and shake it well. Strain the drink into a glass, fill it with whipped cream and decorate with cherries. This makes the Christmas dinner even more fun.

Sex on the Snowbank

Sex on the Beach is one of the most popular cocktails among women, but very summery. So give her winter sister a try: the Sex on the Snowbank.

Grab your shaker and add 45 milliliters of Malibu, 3 tablespoons of coconut cream, and six ice cubes. Shake until smooth and pour your cocktail into a martini glass. Sprinkle some coconut chips over your drink and you are ready.

Stewed pears Martini

Of course, stewed pears come with winter, which is why this cocktail. First of all, you need a jar, you know, a glass jar with a lid. Add some stewed pears, 45 milliliters of stewed pear juice, and the spices star anise, licorice, and cinnamon.

Then pour 30 milliliters of whiskey and a squeeze of lime juice into the whole. Put the filled jar in the fridge for at least 2.5 hours and your Stewed Pears Martini is almost ready.

Open the jar, stir the drink well and pour it into a martini glass. Garnish with a tasty stewed pear on a skewer. Your Dutch cocktail is finished.

Winter Cosmo

This is a winter variant of the well-known Cosmopolitan and is made as follows: fill a shaker with ice and pour 30 ml of vodka, 30 ml of elderflower liqueur, 30 ml of cranberry juice, and the juice of half a lime.

Delicious shake and pour into a martini glass. Garnish the cocktail with cranberries dipped in icing sugar. What a winter party.

Winter Gintonica

A wintery gin and tonic, you must taste it. Grab a balloon glass and pour 60 milliliters of gin and 7 milliliters of lime juice into it. Fill the glass with tonic and garnish with a few peppercorns and a slice of lime. Did you know that you are sexier if you drink a lot of Gin-Tonics? Knock, knock, it’s gin o’clock!

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