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10 Festive Cocktails to Drink This Christmas

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Champagne Mojitos

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I am a firm believer in mojitos for every season, every holiday, every occasion. These have champagne in them which means they are fancy! Find the recipe at Food and Wine


Black Currant Champagne

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Here’s another simple, yet fancy champagne drank. This cocktail's made with tart blackcurrant nectar and garnished with blackberries. Find the recipe at My Recipes


The Grinch

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Flavored with muskmelon and lemon juice, this green drink will make your heart grow three sizes this Christmas. It will also lower your inhibitions substantially, so keep that big heart of yours on lock lest you suffer the curse of Wham’s “Last Christmas.” Find the recipe at Mix that Drink.


Jingle Juice

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To be honest, I might have included this cocktail based on its name alone. "Jingle Juice" sounds too precious. Find the recipe at My Recipes.


Merry Berry Christmas, Sugar!

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This drink is meant to “make the kids feel like a part of the festivities” if you serve it without alcohol. What does that even mean? Are we letting kids pretend to get turnt by serving this drink? And, last time I checked, Christmas festivities are pretty much all about kids. All the adults get is cocktail parties. Now we’re giving that to the kids too? NO. Put alcohol in this delicious berry concoction and serve it to adults who deserve it. Find the recipe at My Recipes.


Holly Jolly Jelly Shots

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Bonus: shots! Okay, so they’re not cocktails. But these jelly shots are beautiful, and you are guaranteed to impress when you show up at a party with these holly jolly babies. Find the recipe at Tablespoon.

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