Warming Winter Drinks With A Twist

Warming Winter Drinks With A Twist


    The holiday season may be over, but the weather outside is still very much frightful. Now, one of the best things about winter is coming in from the wind, rain and snow to sit down with a nice hot beverage. Usually, these drinks are coffee, tea or hot cocoa but we’re about to make things a bit more interesting.

    You’ve had a hard week at work, you deserve a little drink. Time to whack open the liquor cabinet and get to work:

    Savannah Banana

    This has to count for at least one of your five a day, surely? Coffee, banana, rum, banana liquor and whipped cream.

    Apres Ski

    If you’re hankering for something different, there’s the Apres Ski: cinnamon, warm cider, brandy and bourbon.

    Nutty Irish Manor 

    Of course the Irish get a look in! Coffee, Bailey’s, Franqelico and whipped cream.

    Hot Peppermint Patty

    Alcoholic, minty cocoa? Yes please.

    The Blitzen 52

    Things are getting serious: Kahlua, Bailey’s, Grand Marnier, coffee and whipped cream.

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