Today on IBC, I’m serving up 10 must-try Christmas cocktail recipes.
If you can believe it, Christmas is but a week away. Say what!? I have no clue where the first two weeks of December went. If you’re anything like me, you still have gifts to buy, oodles to wrap, and cookies to bake. Thankfully, somehow everything seems to always magically come together in the end, leaving time to sit back and enjoy the festivities with a cocktail in hand. That’s why today I thought I’d pull together 10 of my favorite Christmas cocktail recipes. Whether you and your guests prefer hot or cold, bourbon or vodka, creamy or fruity, there’s something in this collection for everyone! (Need tips on setting up a holiday bar cart? Then check out my guide for setting up the ultimate holiday bar cart here.)
Let’s shake up a few cocktails
White Christmas Martini
Anytime I share this White Christmas Martini on Facebook, all of you seem to love it. It’s made with vanilla vodka, white chocolate liqueur, and creme de cocoa. A coarse sugar garnish makes it sparkle.
Slow Cooker Holiday Sangria
If you’re looking for a warm cocktail, try this Slow Cooker Holiday Sangria. Just set it and forget it with this one. It’s also perfect for warming up after spending time in the snow or returning from a chilly afternoon of shopping.
Very Merry Ornamentini
Not only is this a delicious cocktail, but this Very Merry Ornamentini wins the award for best presentation. It’s served in a glass ornament and garnished with sugared cranberries.
Bonus: Chocolate Covered Spiked Cherries
I know they aren’t a cocktail, but I had to include these Chocolate Covered Spiked Cherries. They are soaked in booze and then dipped in chocolate for the perfect spiked treat.
Jingle Juice Holiday Punch
Hands down, this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch is THE most popular holiday cocktail recipe on Inspired by Charm. It’s easy to see why. It’s beautiful, festive, and only requires three ingredients!
I hope you enjoyed my collection of Christmas cocktail recipes and found one or two (new) favorites to serve up this holiday season. Cheers!