Find plenty of Christmas drinks, champagne cocktails and mulled wine recipes to bring some Christmas cheer and to see in the new year!
This mulled wine recipe couldn't be easier to do. Don't bother with expensive wine - a cheap red will work beautifully and no one will ever know the difference! Start with a little sugar, then add more to taste. This recipe can be easily doubled or trebled.
Kinderpunsch is an alcohol-free, warming drink, served mainly at Christmas markets in Germany. Substitute white grape juice for apple if you prefer.
A recipe for festive mulled wine, perfect for Christmas by the fire. Complete with step by step photos to show you how!
It is speculated that this North American Christmas tradition actually originated in England as a long lost cousin of posset. Serve this luscious combination of milk, cream, eggs and nutmeg with a measure of rum or brandy if desired.
This version of the North American Christmas tradition actually cooks the eggs. Mixed with rum, this is a great Christmas party tipple.
Craving a rich, hot cocoa without all the carbs and sugar? This is my own invention! You can play with this recipe, make it your own, add different flavorings and baking cocoas for variety!
A Christmas and New Year tradition - and a must if you're Wassailing. Be sure to toast "Be in good health" before your first sip.
This creamy coconut and rum libation is a national tradition in Puerto Rico - a quintessential Christmas drink.
Great for serving to children or designated drivers at Christmas time, New Year's Eve or parties.
Whether you're wassailing or just need a winter warmer, this traditional non-alcoholic punch will be enjoyed by all.