Tis the season to be jolly, so why not try some of these specially hand-picked Christmas cocktails sure to leave your guests in high spirits and set the feel-good festive vibe, courtesy of bar.com
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Here are some of our favourite festive cocktails sure to make your Christmas party the talk of the town...
Baileys Midnight Mint
1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice cubes.
2. Measure 25ml Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur, 25ml mint liqueur and 25ml Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka and add into the shaker.
- 3. Shake until cold.
4. Pour into a wine glass and garnish with a mint leaf.
- 5. Enjoy!
1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
2. Add 10ml of Cîroc Vodka, 10ml of lemon juice, 5ml of raspberry liqueur and 5ml of sugar syrup to the shaker.
3. Shake vigorously until cold.
- 4. Strain into a champagne flute.
5. Top with sparkling wine.
6. Garnish with lemon peel.
- Gin Punch
- 1. With a sharp knife and cutting board, slice wedges from any combination of orange, lemon, lime and pineapple and place in a punch bowl.
- 2. Add 1.5 bottles Tanqueray London Dry Gin into the bowl.
- 3. Measure 350ml maraschino liqueur, 500ml apricot nectar, 500ml orange juice, 1l pineapple juice, 200ml lime juice and 100ml sugar syrup into the bowl.
4.Adjust sweet and sour balance to your acquired taste.
5. Chill in fridge for 2–3 hours to chill before serving.
6. Pour into individual glasses, over ice.
7. Top up with sparkling wine.
1. Fill an Old Fashioned glass with ice cubes.
- 2. Pour 50ml of Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka and 25ml of Baileys Coffee Irish Cream Liqueur into the glass.