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Jan 19, 2016

Cocktails to Keep You Warm All Season Long

“I’m sorry for the things I said when it was cold” – let’s face it, winter is the best…until you have to go outside! There’s no better treat than a warm beverage when you come in from the cold. Cuddle up by the fire with these hot cocktails to keep you cozy all season long!

 

Hot Buttered Rum

Who doesn’t love a warm delicious cup of melted buttery goodness? We sure do! This Hot Buttered Rum recipe is guaranteed to warm you from the inside out and it’s super easy!

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Kahlua Hot Chocolate

Hot Cocoa brings us back to our childhood so why not continue the tradition? This grown up take on the cocktail is absolutely to die for! Ditch the boxed powder and make your own delicious hot chocolate, add some Kahlua and you have the perfect after snow drink!

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Image via Damn Delicious

Slow Cooker Mulled Wine

If you’ve ever been to a German Christmas Market, you’ve experienced the joy of Mulled Wine…it’s a warm, sweet and a totally delicious way to enjoy wine in the Winter. With just a few simple ingredients, you can transport yourself to a snowy European village in one sip!

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Image via The View from Great Island

Honey Bourbon Toddy

The Hot Toddy is a classic winter cocktail. We love this honey bourbon take on the original! Just a bit of honey and a splash of bourbon and you’ve got yourself the ultimate warming beverage. Perfect after a day at the slopes or a long commute home in the snow!

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Apple Pie Spiced Cider

We love a cocktail that can double as dessert – and apple pie is one of our absolute faves! Infuse your apple cider with spices and don’t forget the brandy! This is the perfect after-dinner drink for your next party!

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Image via Martha Stewart

 

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