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  • Mulled wine in glasses on tray

    Classic mulled wine

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    Make perfectly spiced mulled wine at Christmas with our easy recipe. Use a good quality red wine like an unoaked tempranillo or try a twist with a dash of sloe gin

  • Clementine margarita on a pink plate

    Clementine margarita

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    Make this festive margarita to gift to friends, with the help of clementines, tequila and triple sec. Simply package up the cocktail base and instructions

  • Two snowball cocktails served in tall glasses and garnished with cherries

    Classic snowball

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    Serve a classic snowball at Christmas for your guests. With advocaat, lemonade and ice, it's the ultimate retro cocktail to celebrate the festive season

  • Two glasses of chocolate eggnog

    Chocolate eggnog

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    Treat guests to a chocolate version of a classic Christmas eggnog, with flavours of bourbon, cream and dark chocolate. Top with grated nutmeg to serve

  • A glass of cranberry sangria

    Cranberry sangria

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    Better known as a sunny holiday tipple, adding cranberry juice to sangria makes it a fresh alternative to mulled wine

  • Christmas mulled beer in a pan

    Mulled beer

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    Get into the festive spirit with mulled beer, made with golden ale, apple juice, brandy and warming spices. Serve warm in heatproof glasses or mugs

  • Gingerbread martini in a cocktail glass

    Gingerbread martini

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    Make your celebration one to remember with this pre-mixed gingerbread martini cocktail you can gift to friends. It's the perfect Christmas present

  • Sloe gin fizz in a large glass and a cocktail mixer alongside

    Sloe gin fizz

    A star rating of 3.5 out of 5.2 ratings

    Treat yourself to a sloe gin fizz, made with sloe gin and lemon juice and topped up with sparkling water. Garnish with a lemon slice and a blackberry

  • Peppermint mojito

    Peppermint mojito

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    Combine the classic mojito with Christmassy peppermint in this candy-cane-inspired cocktail. To prep for a party you could make some mint syrup in advance

  • Two glasses filled with mulled wine and a Christmas bauble in the background

    Easy mulled wine

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    Get that festive feeling with this smooth mulled wine made with figs, sliced clementine and spices. Great for a Christmas party or just to cosy up with

  • Cranberry gin fizz in three glasses

    Cranberry gin fizz

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    Treat guests to a festive cranberry gin fizz at your next Christmas party. You can easily make it a mocktail by replacing the gin with a non-alcoholic option

  • Classic champagne cocktail in a tall flute glass

    Classic champagne cocktail

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.2 ratings

    Serve this cocktail in a flute so the sugar cube sinks to the bottom – it will drive the bubbles upward. Prosecco, crémant and cava also work well

  • Flute glasses filled with Buck's fizz

    Buck's fizz

    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.3 ratings

    The simple and classic combination of orange juice and champagne makes a perfect cocktail for a celebratory brunch or party

  • Hot buttered rum in two glasses with cinnamon sticks

    Hot buttered rum

    A star rating of 4 out of 5.2 ratings

    Try rounding off dinner with some hot buttered rum. Sweet and spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, it's a warming treat for cold evenings

  • Eggnog in glasses with nutmeg

    Classic eggnog

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.5 ratings

    Get into the festive spirit with eggnog, a classic Christmas drink made with brandy, cream, eggs and vanilla. Serve with plenty of ice in tumbler glasses

  • Christmas punch served in a punch bowl

    Christmas punch

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.6 ratings

    Treat your guests to a Christmas punch. It's a blend of prosecco, sloe gin, Jägermeister and apple juice, together with festive clementine and ginger

  • Champagne cocktail in a cocktail glass

    Champagne cocktail

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    Blend some chilled champagne with brandy and bitters for a sophisticated champagne cocktail. Garnish with an orange twist to serve

  • Two hot toddies in tall glasses on a silver serving dish

    Hot toddy

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.6 ratings

    Warm up with a hot toddy. The combination of whisky, honey, lemon, cinnamon and cloves really packs a punch and is great for entertaining in winter

  • Festive negroni in 3 glasses

    Festive negroni

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    Give the popular Italian cocktail Negroni a Christmassy twist with cinnamon, star anise and bay leaves. Serve over ice and drink a toast to the new year

  • Christmas pudding vodka in a large jar

    Christmas pudding vodka

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.3 ratings

    Get set for Christmas with a tipple to toast the season. It features all the festive flavours – oranges, lemons, cinnamon, dried fruit, amaretto and brandy

  • Boulevardier cocktail

    Boulevardier

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    Make a classic boulevardier cocktail if you're a fan of negronis. It's similar, but made with bourbon instead of gin for a more harmonious blend

  • Gingerbread hot chocolate in a large mug with a small gingerbread biscuit alongside

    Gingerbread hot chocolate

    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.5 ratings

    Make this festive version of hot chocolate with fragrant orange, ginger, cloves and cinnamon. To make it extra-special, top with whipped cream

  • Espresso shrub martini served in a martini glass

    Espresso shrub martini

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    Enjoy this lower-alcohol espresso martini. It's great for parties and festive gatherings where guests may like a drink with less alcohol but plenty of cheer

  • Plum brandy in glasses and a bottle

    Plum brandy

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    Make a bottle of homemade plum brandy. It's a great way to use up a glut of plums, plus it'll keep for two months and will make a welcome gift for brandy lovers

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