Mulled Cranberry Cocktail
This cocktail can be served as a dessert, or you can drink it instead of tea on a freezing winter afternoon.
Mulled Lillet Wine
The aromatic aperitif wine Lillet Blanc is simmered with two kinds of citrus (orange and lemon) and a bevy of spices (black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom) for this festive, warming drink.
Traditionally enjoyed in Europe during the Christmas season, this wine is served warm and makes any holiday gathering more festive.
Spiced Pomegranate Punch
A spicy blend of pomegranate and orange juices and apple cider is served warm.
There's no vermouth in this sweet flavored martini. The French martini got its name because it is made with the French black raspberry liqueur Chambord and is served, like so many drinks created in New York City in the 1980s, in a v-shaped martini glass. Pineapple juice and vodka round out the ingredient list and there's a lemon twist for garnish.
Smoky Serrano-Mint Margarita
A charred serrano chile is muddled with sugar and fresh mint before being mixed with the margarita trifecta: tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice.
Shaken Piña Colada
No blender needed for this lighter, more refreshing take on the classic poolside drink. Using minimal cream of coconut and coconut milk gives the cocktail just a hint of richness.