Christmas Holiday Drinks

Friends, I’d like to take a moment to share a few family recipes for traditional Christmas drinks.

1 – Egg Nog

Start with a rocks glass.

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Put three large ice cubes in the glass.

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Pour a sipping whiskey over the ice cubes.

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Enjoy!

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2 – Spiced Cider

Start with a rocks glass.

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Put three large ice cubes in the glass.

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Pour a sipping whiskey over the ice cubes.

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Enjoy!

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3 – Hot cocoa

Start with a rocks glass.

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Put three large ice cubes in the glass.

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Pour a sipping whiskey over the ice cubes.

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Enjoy!

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Have a very merry Christmas!

13 thoughts on “Christmas Holiday Drinks

  1. I do a variation of all of those drinks. All of the other ingredients and the preparation steps remain, but for each ounce of whiskey I make a rather creative substitute of exactly one ounce of bourbon. Make sure that you get the ratio right. Exactly 1:1.

  2. Classic drinks never go out of style. My favorite, Irish Coffee, is incredibly easy. Start with a rocks glass, put an ice cube or two in, and cover with an excellent sipping whisky.

  3. I’m sensing a pattern here…. Never contaminate a fine whiskey with anything other than ice.
    Merry Christmas to you and Jennifer Michael.

  4. That was hilarious! Jenni totally got my guard down coming in from her blog . . . Way to go, teamwork! I’ll have to try that egg nog out, but I’m not a big hot cocoa fan . . . Alright, you’ve convinced me!

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  6. Hm! Not sure I agree with those icecubes. Then again, it might be due to my Scandinavian heritage. In Sweden, ice is a thing best avoided.
    C

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