A signature cocktail is a must at any holiday get-together.
This peach, orange, and white cranberry cosmopolitan is topped off with sparkling white wine for a fizzy cocktail that will
surely boost your spirits.
You can't beat the refreshing combination of muddled fresh basil and sweet pear-flavored vodka and nectar. Great for holiday
entertaining or even a summertime libation.
This warm whiskey cocktail will keep you cozy on cold nights. Topped with a maple-cream mixture and fresh nutmeg, it may taste
more like a dessert than a cocktail.
This mint and berry "mocktail" is great for making the kids feel like a part of the festivities. It's great in the summertime
as well, but its vibrant red color makes it ideal for Christmas.
Muscadine wine and bourbon pack a punch in this fruity cocktail. A garnish of orange slices and muscadine halves adds a festive
Dress up classic lemonade with vanilla beans and fresh rosemary for an exceptionally refreshing drink.
Cozy up by the fire with a warm apple-ale flavored with allspice, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom.
Trim the tree and get in the holiday spirit with a cup of homemade eggnog.
Toasted pecans, cream of coconut, cinnamon, and sweetened whipped cream make it hard to tell if this bourbon concoction is
a cocktail or dessert.
Enjoy the flavors of gingerbread cookies in a spirited cocktail. Dipping the rims in orange liqueur and crushed gingersnaps
makes for a great presentation and delicious first sip.
Give a bit of festive flair to your classic gin and tonic with orange juice and cranberries.
Brandy and black cherry liqueur are a perfect combination for a cocktail. Top it off with sparkling white wine for a festive
Pomegranate juice adds a festive -- and healthy -- splash of red to your holiday cocktails. Make our mimosas "leaded or unleaded" by mixing to taste with Champagne, sparkling water, or a lemon-lime soft drink such as Sprite.
Celebrate in style with this holiday beverage. Peach preserves (like you would spread on biscuits) are the secret ingredient
in Peach-Bourbon Sours. Cheers!
Cranberries are an easy and festive way to dress up Champagne. Your guests will love watching the cranberries dance in the
Jingle Juice is just the thing for a crowd; it can be made in large batches and chilled the night before your get-together.
Recipe Link: Jingle Juice
The secret ingredient in Frozen Cranberry Margaritos is the Mojito mix. Look for it in the freezer section near the frozen
orange juice concentrate.
Recipe Link: Frozen Cranberry Margaritos
Your house will fill with aromas of cinnamon and clove while the Pineapple Wassail warms on the stove.
Brunch is not complete without serving our staff's favorite Bloody Mary Punch.
Recipe Link: Bloody Mary Punch
Brandy, orange liqueur, and bubbly combine to make this lightly sweet and potent cocktail.
Recipe Link: Wayne's French 75
Your family will flip for this addictive Ultimate Alexander―part coffee, part cocktail, and part dessert.
Recipe Link: Ultimate Alexander
Margaritas aren't just for summertime. Pair Margarita Sunrise with a big bowl of spicy chili.
Recipe Link: Margarita Sunrise
Aunt Kat's Creamy Eggnog can be prepared and chilled up to two days ahead
Recipe Link: Aunt Kat's Creamy Eggnog
Introduce the tart fall flavor of cranberries to your favorite minty cocktail.
Apple cider gives a lovely twist to Hot Cider Nog; it's a holiday must.
Make this classic brunch drink non-alcoholic by substituting ginger ale or lemon-lime soda for the Champagne.
Pickled okra, rather than celery, makes a tangy stir stick for Kane’s Peppery Bloody Mary. The key ingredient is lemon juice,
and lots of it.
This ritzy cocktail has a zesty zing from orange liqueur, a cranberry reduction, and fresh lemon juice.
Make a couple of batches of this Southern-style margarita and serve in your favorite punch bowl with lime slices as garnish.
During the holidays, wine aficionados reach for Crémant, a typically high-quality sparkling white wine made in several French
wine regions. Expect to pay $15 to $30, about half that of Champagne. Grab some bottles and use it in this festive drink.
Celebrate with this simple and sophisticated cocktail. Fill a Champagne flute or tall glass with equal parts chilled Champagne
or sparkling wine and black currant nectar. Other nectars—such as peach, mango, tropical, or pear—will also work well, and
garnish with fresh fruit.