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3 Luxurious Christmas Cocktails to Celebrate the Festive Season

The festive season is the perfect time for warmer, richer flavours and making indulgent choices. If you’re in search of recipes to make for a festive date night, to impress guests or even just to enjoy on a night in when it’s cold outside, then having some go-to festive cocktail recipes in your repertoire is a must.

So, here are 3 indulgent cocktails to make at home to celebrate the festive season with friends and family.

BAILEYS HOT CHOCOLATE

INGREDIENTS

  • 50ml Baileys Original Irish Cream
  • 2tsp Hot Chocolate Powder
  • 200ml Whole Milk
  • Marshmallows
  • Whipped cream
  • Sprinkles or chocolate shavings (optional)
PREPARATION
  • Heat the milk then add the hot chocolate powder to make a hot chocolate.
  • Pour into your favourite mug.
  • Make it magnificent – Add the Baileys.
  • Add a dollop of whipped cream, marshmallow and top with chocolate shavings or sprinkles.

Baileys hot chocolate

ROE&CO IRISH COFFEE

INGREDIENTS

  • 40ml Roe & Co
  • 75ml hot coffee
  • 1 tsp demerara sugar
  • Whipped double cream
  • Grated nutmeg
PREPARATION

  • Add all ingredients (apart from cream) to an Irish coffee glass and stir to dissolve sugar.
  • Top with a dollop of double whipped cream.
  • Sprinkle the grated nutmeg.
  • Feeling indulgent? Whip your cream with 5ml of maple syrup and a drop of vanilla essence.

Roe & co

 

BAILEYS FLAT WHITE MARTINI

INGREDIENTS

  • 50ml Baileys Original Irish Cream
  • 25ml espresso
  • 25ml Smirnoff vodka
  • A few ice cubes
  • 3 coffee beans to decorate
PREPARATION

  • Pop all the ingredients apart from the coffee beans in a cocktail shaker.
  • Shake it up until everything is blended and the liquid is smooth as silk.
  • Strain into a martini cocktail glass and garnish with the three coffee beans.

BAILEYS FLAT WHITE MARTINI

Enjoy Diageo spirits responsibly.

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