The cold weather is upon us, which means it is the perfect time to enjoy some cocktails to keep you warm.

We have rounded up some of our favorite recipes to keep you cozy during the winter months. Check out our list below. Cheers!

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Mulled wine

Mulled wine is a classic drink which you can personalize to your liking. Citrus, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, nutmeg, and wine are simmered on low for a drink that smells as heavenly as it tastes.

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Wassail

Wassail is a traditional drink that has been around for hundreds of years. Brandy, sherry, egg yolks and whites, cinnamon, and other spices are combined to create a festive drink.

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Chocolate caramel espresso martini

Chocolate caramel espresso martini, for coffee and chocolate lovers, this might be the perfect cocktail. The recipe calls for caramel-flavored vodka, espresso, heavy whipping cream, and brown sugar.

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Chili Cinnamon Bourbon Hot Toddy

A Chili Cinnamon Bourbon Hot Toddy is ideal for a chilly evening after a long day of hard work. Bourbon is the spirit of choice for this drink, dressed up with chili pepper, cinnamon, maple syrup, and lemon.

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Eggnog Martini

This super simple Eggnog Martini makes eggnog feel fancy. All it takes is a few store-bought ingredients.

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Red Wine Hot Chocolate

Red Wine Hot Chocolate may be the best use of red wine and chocolate. This decadent drink is so tasty; you’ll be wondering if it counts as a dessert.

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Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate is a creamy drink that is sure to satisfy lovers of pumpkin spice. It could be a delicious ending for a Thanksgiving meal.

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Sparkling Apple Cider Sangria

We will round out this list with a Sparkling Apple Cider Sangria. Apples, apple cider, sparkling wine, and cognac are mixed in a pitcher with ice --- a simple recipe that’s worth a try.

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Looking for more recipes or pairing ideas for winter? Check out these posts:

Holiday Dessert and Wine Pairings
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