Hey Jersey Shore Here Are The Top Winter Cocktails To Warm You Up
Now before you start thinking these are drinks that will make you very merry this holiday season, these cocktails are fun for anyone...they are non-alcoholic, just delicious no booze.
I think everyone tries to make sure they have at least one "non-alcoholic" drink at the holidays for those who are underage or those who simply don't want the booze.
Usually for the holiday's April; will make one "alcoholic" drink. Last year for Thanksgiving she made a caramel apple sangria drink that did have alcohol. She also made a punch with ginger ale and flavored sherberts that were alcohol-free. In the punch, she added frozen cranberries and berries. This has become an annual favorite so if you're looking for our "non-alcohol" drink that's it. Simple but delicious!
- Red Hawaiian Punch
- Ginger Ale
- Rainbow Sherbert
- Frozen Berries
Now as far as the "top" picks for holiday drinks, we get our list from food and wine and their "Top 3 Favorite Non-Alcohol Drinks For The Holidays". Maybe one for YOU and your family....
1) Proteau Highball: Proteau is described as kinda like red wine and/or vermouth. It is non-alcoholic. According to Food and Wine "Instructions: In a tall glass with ice (crushed ice is even better), combine an ounce and a half of Proteau with four ounces of club soda. Stir briefly. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary and a lemon twist."
2) Lyre's Italian Orange Toddy: Lyre's Italian Orange is described with bold citrus start with a dry finish. According to Food and Wine "Instructions: Pour two ounces of Lyre's Bitter Orange into a heat-safe glass. Heat water in a kettle or microwave until just under a boil, and add two ounces to the glass. Stir in 1 teaspoon of honey. Garnish with a piece of star anise and a grapefruit half-moon."
3) Ghia Sour: Ghia is described as "Clear-eyed and High Minded...GHIA is a Non-Alcoholic APÉRITIF inspired by the Mediterranean. According to Food and Wine "Instructions: In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine an ounce and a half of Ghia, an ounce of blood orange juice, a quarter-ounce of fresh lemon juice, and half an ounce of simple syrup. Shake until well-chilled, and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a very thin blood orange round. "
So there you go, some easy "non-alcoholic" cocktails for the holidays. If your looking for some with more of a kick (alcohol) check out this list below!
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