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Holiday Cocktail Recipes

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Holiday cocktails from Chandler Carranza of PA Wine & Spirits Stores

"White Holiday"

1 oz. Southern Comfort

½ oz. Jacquin's White Crème de Cacao

4 oz. Eggnog

Build ingredients into a Brandy glass (with a few ice cubes if you'd like it chilled). Garnish with a pinch of cinnamon or chocolate flakes.

 

"White Frost"

1 ½ oz. Ciroc Vodka

1 ½ oz. White Cranberry Juice

½ oz. Lime Juice

½ oz. Art in the Age Ginger Snap Liqueur

½ oz. Simple Syrup (equal parts water and sugar boiled)

Shake ingredients together with ice in cocktail mixer. Strain into a martini glass with a sugared rim. Garnish with fresh cranberries.

 

"Candy Cane-tini"

2 oz. Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur

1 oz. Pinnacle Whipped Vodka

3 oz. Milk or Half & Half

1/8 tsp peppermint extract

Crushed Peppermint Candy or Candy Cane

Rim martini glass in the crushed peppermint candy. Mix Godiva, whipped vodka, milk, and peppermint extract into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake and strain into martini glass.

 

 

 

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