This recipe from lifestyle blogger Camille Styles features hard apple cider, fresh fruit and whole star anise.
St. Germain-soaked winter fruit and Prosecco make this bubbly drink one to sip (and sip and sip) this holiday season.
This crisp cocktail, infused with orange peel and cranberry, is a classic with a merry twist.
In 4 to 5 hours you'll have this spiked peppermint potion that, served with hot chocolate, whipped cream and crushed candy canes, will surely amp up the festivities.
With mint and berry flavors, this layered treat has three parts: grenadine syrup, green creme de menthe and good ol' peppermint schnapps.
With coconut rum, blue curacao and whipping cream, this vibrant drink will do wonders for your tastebuds.
Move over, mimosas. This sparkling clementine concoction is your new Christmas brunch staple.
Step 1: Infuse vodka with candy canes. Need we say more?
Deck out a classic Moscow Mule for the holidays by adding a splash of cranberry juice. Finish with sugared cranberries, of course.
Swap out summery sangria flavors for more festive ingredients, including cran-apple cider, pomegranate seeds and clementines. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary for a touch of wintry flair.
Apple pie on the rocks, coming right up. We take ours with a brown sugar rim.
Turn the classic Cosmo into a holiday treat with a little pomegranate.
This festive twist on a classic drink is great for someone who loves sweet things. Line the rim of the glass with sugar, ginger and cinnamon.
Cranberries aren't just meant to be served as a dinner's side dish. This recipe calls for one full cup.
Kahlua tastes amazing in Mexican coffee, so this blogger got to thinking about what it'd taste like in a warm cup of hot cocoa. Spoiler alert: It's delicious.
Top your eggnog concoction with homemade or store-bought gingerbread.
This blogger suggests using a sweetened cranberry juice (as opposed to natural), because it'll taste better with this Italian white wine.
A drink commonly enjoyed in the Caribbean during the holiday season, this cocktail features spiced up florals.
Boiling water can be substituted for hot apple cider in this steamy, tasty beverage.
Juniper berries and star anise are just a couple delicious culprits behind this flavorful wine.
This easy cocktail recipe uses jam. You have a million other things to do this Christmas, and muddling fruit isn't one of them.
No magic was used in the making of this drink (just eggnog with Bailey's).
Instead of loading in a ton of tropical fruit, go for seasonal instead — this sangria includes soaked cranberries, apples, and rosemary sprigs.
The vibrant green hue is only half the reason this drink was named for the sassy Christmas character. The other half? Its tangy taste.
Red-and-white striped straws offer guests a hint as to what this rich and creamy drink will taste like.