Today on Booze On The Rocks, we make the Mele Kalikimaka, aka The Merry Christmas Cocktail. Mele Kalikimaka is Hawaiian for Merry Christmas and is what you say on a beautiful Hawaiian Christmas day. The cocktail has notes of cinnamon, ginger, spices and lime held together with rum. Try it out and let me know what you think.
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CHRISTMAS COCKTAIL RECIPES
In this video I teach you my manhattan recipe! I discuss some manhattan variations as well as my personal story of how I learned about the “perfect” manhattan. The base spirit I’m using is a 100 proof rye whiskey – I like the higher proof whiskey because I find it holds up to the richness of the sweet vermouth. I share my manhattan story at the end of the video, let me know if you have your own! Cheers!
This for me is greatest hack for your Old Fashioned and for Christmas. With a simple formula, you’ll be able to transform ANY Old Fashioned cocktail into a decandent creamy Milk Punch and a Silky smooth Christmas Clarified Milk punch. All recipes, formula and explanations are below. Cheers!
It’s time for some decadent, rich and creamy Christmas cocktails – sit back and enjoy these indulgent drinks but be careful of the calories!
This is really a part 2 of the Fall cocktails video we made. I got so excited for the colder weather we’re having I doubled down on recipes to help ya’ll ring it in. Again I tried to vary the recipes away from the usual whiskey based stuff so prominent this season, but I’m also trying to make sure these guys will be perfect while you’re sitting around tolerating your relatives over the holiday season. Anyway, hope you guys make some of the recipes and enjoy them! Happy Holiday and be safe out there!
Today on Booze On The Rocks, we make a Mistletoe Martini. This holiday cocktail lets you carry the Mistletoe with you at parties. The Cranberry and Elderflower work together, giving you a slightly tart but floral taste balanced by the simple syrup. Try it out and let me know what you think.
Today on Booze On The Rocks, we make a Cranberry Sour cocktail. This holiday cocktail lets you have the best of a sour with the best holiday fruit, cranberries. It is slightly tart and with an underlying sweetness and a great mouth feel. Try it out and let me know what you think.
Today on Booze On The Rocks, we make a Blue Glacier cocktail. Whether you are celebrating a holiday or want something refreshing to drink, the Blue Glacier is a fun fruity way to celebrate. Try it out and let me know what you think.
Today on Booze On The Rocks, we make a Chocolate Mint Kiss cocktail. This dessert cocktail is perfect for any time of the year, especially get-togethers. Tasting of chocolate and mint, it’s the perfect after-dinner drink. Try it out and let me know what you think.
Butterbeer is not a traditional Christmas drink, but it’s great to know how to make this delicious Harry Potter-inspired drink. It really hits the spot on a cold winter day! Despite it being popularized by J.K. Rowling, making it a magic beverage loved by witches and wizards of Hogwarts (and Muggles everywhere), the original “Buttered Beere” recipe dates back to at least the 16th century. So today in today’s edition of Old vs New, I’ll make it the way it was made more than 400 years ago – with a good quality British Ale as the base – followed by an elevated modern version with IPA and Spiced Butter Syrup, topped with Butterscotch Foam. If you are into rich and decadent drinks, get out your Advanced Potion-Making textbook and enjoy today’s episode. Cheers!
Today on Booze On The Rocks, we make a Sex On A Snowbank cocktail. It doesn’t get any better than this simple coconut-forward cocktail, blended smooth and rimmed with chocolate. Try it out and let me know what you think.
Milk Punch is a precolonial Holiday Staple
The Tom and Jerry is a Christmas time cocktail which has several stories surrounding it’s creation. Jerry Thomas claimed to have created the cocktail and named it after his two pet rats, which would perch on his shoulders or atop his bowler cap. Thomas claims to have invented the drink in 1842 in the Planter’s House Hotel in St Louis and included it in the first edition of his Bartender’s Manual in 1862. Thanks to the expert Sleuthing of David Wondrich we now know that it was referenced in a Salem Gazette article in 1827 which would have been three years before the flamboyant Professor was born.
A Very Satisfying Recreation of a Seasonal Sipper from Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Room
The Brandy Flip is an easy to make whole egg cocktail that is creamy and great tasting. Its perfect for your Christmas and New Years Parties. Eggnog’s and Flips are similar except the Nogs also contain milk or cream. Its well worth giving it a try.
Hello There Friends, Today I’m going to show you how to make the Easiest and Tastiest Eggnog! Absolutely delicious, make sure you make 2 different ones. One for the Kids. And One for the Adults. Unless you want to put your kids to bed early that night! Let me know what you think in the comments below. Merry Christmas to All!
Today on Booze On The Rocks we show you How To Make The Moose Milk Cocktail. Its perfect for your Christmas and New Years Parties. This traditional cocktail was originally created by Flight Sergeant Jack “Pony” Moore during World War I. It is a mainstay of the Canadian Forces.
Today I’m showing you an original holiday cocktail I call the Noble Beast! This is a whole-egg drink I’ve been wanting to make on the channel, but had to wait for the right moment. Well, the time has come. The holidays are here and this drink’s worthy enough for Krampus – it’s rich, bold, and the flavors will punch you in the mouth! Try the Noble Beast instead of egg nog this holiday season – it’s not a drink you’ll soon forget. Cheers!
This one has been a long time coming, you’ve asked for it and now you’re gonna get it! The Barfly’s own Hot Buttered Rum.
What would Jack and the gang drink during their spooky version of Christmas? Why Spiked Hot Chocolate of Course!