Because Santa should bring you these instead of Eggnog.

"Jingle Bells Vodkas swell, Tequila gets you laid.

Liquor before Beer you’e in the clear, and Santa brings you cocktails. Hey!"

We know that no celebration is complete without a booze, so hold on, it’s time for you to get into the Christmas spirit... Because we will make you enjoy your holly jolly holiday season with these festive cocktails recipes. We lied, this is not from Santa, anyways.

And oh, of course, we got you the main ingredients as well in every recipe. Everything you need is here.

1. White Christmas Mojito

As simple as it can be, but still reminds you to the very snowy white Christmas. So much coconut, so much rum – creates creamy, fizzy and yummy flavours. Get the recipe here.

Source: Half Baked Harvest

2. Spiced Mexican Hot Chocolate

Chocolate? Why not. Treat yourself this spicy hot chocolate mixed with bourbon. Get the recipe here, easy.

Source: Country Living

3. Cranberry Thyme Gin and Tonic

Who doesn’t love Gin and Tonic, anyways? Add some fresh cranberries and leftover thyme leaves on your kitchen to it and you will understand why it’s even a perfect twist for your festive holiday. Get the recipe from A Cozy Kitchen.

Source: A Cozy Kitchen

4. Gingerbread People Jello Shots

We know you may ask why but this is an execption, because sometimes you want cookies, the other times you want booze. Why don’t you try to make something catchy for your guests? Get the recipe for the Gingerbread guys.

Source: A Beautiful Mess

5. Jingle Juice

A very laid back and simple drink but the feeling of festive and fun is still there. Juice with booze is much more fun to drink. Just sayin’. Get the recipe on how to make it here.

Source: Baked Bree

6. Kiss-Me-Santa

A perfect combination of tart and sweet, but twisted by a touch of candy cane and a splash of vodka. Worry not because this only takes you less than five minutes. Get the Santa’s Kiss here.

Source: Cosmopolitan Magazine

7. Spicy Bloody Mary

Blessed you are among cocktails, they say. Because this makes morning drinking socially acceptable as a nutritional breakfast and hangover cure all in one, what’s better? Get the recipe for this bloody booze at Country Living.

Source: Country Living           

8. Cider Hot Toddy

Apple isn’t fun, how about cider instead? Make it extra heat by adding a few slices of fresh ginger, which is perfect to warm up your guests or family at night. Get the recipe here

Source: Good Housekeeping 

9. Watermelon Sangria

Because we just can’t leave wine on this holiday season. This traditional punch composed of wine, fruit and vodka gives you amaze-watermelon-balls! Get the recipe on how you can make it easily here

Source: Food and Wine  

10. S’more Martini 

Last but not least, a fun twist on a classic dessert enjoyed by many, a drinkable S’mores comes with martini. Bring back the memories... Create a togetherness... Warm up the night... And of course you’ll say again, “Can I have s’more?”. Get the recipe at Baked by Rachel.

Source: Baked by Rachel 


One to ten, your call. At least we can guarantee that we got all you need here and these recipes will help you survive from post-feast food coma, as well as create a festive Chirstmas holiday season for you.