Top 18 Holiday Drink Recipes | Tasty Catering
The holidays are full of warm and spicy drinks. Our list of the top 18 holiday drinks and best Christmas cocktails will give you some ideas on which drink recipes to share with your friends and guests this time of year. Holiday Eggnog Recipes Hot Cider Eggnog. Whisk together 2 cups w ...
Bourbon Cough Syrup for Grownups
Ingredients 2 ounces bourbon whisky 1/2 lemon, juiced (about 2 ounces) 2-4 ounces water (optional) 1 tablespoon honey
Bourbon Pecan Pie Cocktail
Drink your pecan pie this year for Thanksgiving in a Bourbon Pecan Pie Cocktail ( also makes a great dessert martini! )
Bourbon Mint Lemonade - Plain Chicken
Bourbon Mint Lemonade - our Signature Summer Cocktail! Only 3 ingredients - bourbon, mint and Simply Lemonade. So light and refreshing! Mix up a pitcher for your next summer BBQ!
Keep your squad’s spirits up when the temperature drops. This warm cocktail is meant for those Fall days when the air is brisk and tailgate grills are heated. Just take a few simple ingredients with you and enjoy. Pour 1 part Hot Water into your glass or mug. Pour 1 part Jack Honey and stir. Now drop in a lemon tea bag, let steep for 3-4 minutes and your ready to go.
Eggnog... Real Old Fashioned Bourbon Egg Nog... Yeap, it's easy and fun to make... YEAR ROUND! the recipe has it all for "real" authentic EggNog, including the Bourbon. BUT feel free to leave that out if you like for Virgin EggNog. Delicious, Refreshing and a way to honor Christmas in my liver and try to keep it all the Year... God bless us everyone!
Caramel Apple Cider Hot Toddy Cocktail - The Cookie Rookie
This Caramel Apple Hot Toddy Cocktail is the perfect winter drink! This apple cider hot toddy is so warming, comforting, and tasty.
Spiced Chamomile Hot Toddy | Love and Olive Oil
It’s everything you love about wintertime in one heart-warming cup: soothing chamomile, healing bourbon, and a spiced honey syrup infused with cinnamon and star anise.
Your Drunk Aunt Was Right: The Hot Toddy Is The Cure To The Common Cold
Your aunt didn't just drink Hot Toddies because she liked good whiskey, they actually worked and science proves it.