Winter is coming! Snow is pretty to look at but it’s cold and our bodies can handle so much of it. Keeping warm won’t be an issue with some of these yummy cocktails and for time’s sake they don’t have anything less than five ingredients.
Caramel Irish Coffee
This drink is so easy it’s hard if you overthink it. Brew your favorite coffee and spike it with some whiskey, Bailey Irish Cream and a bit of butterscotch schnapps and voila you have caramel Irish coffee check out the exact recipe at The Spruce.
Titos Hot Chocolate
If coffee just isn’t your style warm up with some vodka spiked hot chocolate and wait winter out. This recipe straight from Titos’ Vodka website itself involves hot chocolate, dark crème de menthe, and Titos. It takes about five minutes to put together. It might not make winter go away but it’ll make you forget about it for a second.
Hot Buttered Hazelnut Whiskey
Most of the time you’re either a whiskey person or you’re not. This drink temporarily makes everyone a whiskey person. Mix milk, whisky, Frangelico, whipped cream, and a little cinnamon to master this Adventures in Cooking cocktail.
Spiked Mexican Chocolate
Add a clear tequila to your favorite hot chocolate and spice it up a bit with some cayenne pepper. Garnish with cinnamon and whipped cream and even add some chocolate syrup to taste. It’s like a party in your mouth and it’ll warm more than just your taste buds. Check out the entire recipe here.
This shooter will impress all your friends. Mix vanilla royale, with heavy cream, and little vodka or rum. The drink already tastes like a marshmallow but adding the marshmallow as a garnish is only right for style points. (Recipe)
Spiked Pumpkin Spice Latte
Pumpkin Spice season just so happens to coincide with winter but it’s give and take. Spike your favorite coffee with some vanilla vodka, cinnamon whiskey, and some Pumpkin Pie Spice Coffee creamer. (Recipe)
These drinks may not chase away with the bitter cold of winter they will make it a bit more tolerable and festive. Not all hot toddy is created equal. What’s your go to winter cocktail?