Looking for the perfect drink to serve (or indulge in) on New Year’s Eve? Try out these 12 party-ready cocktails from Canadian food bloggers.
Blackberry syrup, sprigs of fresh thyme and fizzy champagne make this New Year’s Blackberry Thyme Champagne a beverage to remember.
(via Crumb Kitchen)
If you’ve never tried the beauty that is mulled wine, give this Vanilla Pomegranate flavour a shot. It’s like a warm hug on a cold day!
Fizzy drinks aren’t just for summer. This Spiced Berry Apple Fizz combines the sweetness of berries with the crispness of apples—a sure hit at your party.
4. Moscow Mule
Combining ginger beer, vodka and lime, this simple yet incredibly popular cocktail packs a zingy punch to your taste buds.
(via Bacon is Magic)
Everyone has their favourite cocktail to enjoy around the holidays, and Brittany Stager’s Christmas cocktail is the perfect combination of familiar orange juice and tangy cranberries.
(via Brittany Stager)
Want to be the talk of the party? Try these Blood Orange Mimosas, a fabulous and moody drink guaranteed to get your guests talking.
(via My Kitchen Love)
When you imagine caramel apples, a cocktail probably doesn’t come to mind. But this sweet and rich Caramel Apple Sangria is bound to inspire some tasty nostalgia.
(via Killing Thyme)
Rock candy isn’t just for children! Fancy up your midnight champagne with some rock candy stirrers and enjoy that sugar rush.
(via The Bewitchin Kitchen)
Nothing says cozy more than this dark and moody Maple Whisky Sour. Settle in with a blanket beside a fireplace and revel in the fact that loud, raucous parties are far, far away.
(via She Eats)
Ruby red grapefruit juice, homemade grenadine and simple syrup plus a splash of Sprite create one of the tastiest party-ready cocktails, Sparkling Grapefruit Mocktail.
(via Crumb Kitchen)
Pine in a cocktail is surprisingly tasty. This Pine-Infused Vodka Sour combines the taste of the holidays with that beloved Vodka Sour flavour.
(via The Girl on Bloor)
End off the year with a glass (or pitcher) of good old fashioned sangria. Peppering it with cranberries and apples like this one by Flavour & Savour is a good idea too.
(via Flavour & Savour)