Best Cocktails For Cold Weather

Best Cocktails For Cold Weather

Best Cocktails For Cold Weather

So it is raining outside, or worse it is snowing, and the thought of going outside is just too much to bear. However it is not necessary to be trapped inside when you can make homemade cocktails to enjoy the time. But no old cocktail will work. A summary mojito or mai-tai does not fit the bill properly when you are wrapped under three layers of cloth. The cold winds of winter call for a cocktail that will lower the temperature of the cold. Here are many cocktails that are aimed at just that and will be sure to warm you up from the inside out.

No cocktail is significantly simpler and quicker than Irish coffee; Nevertheless this cocktail is sure to be served in a chilly morning. All it takes is a cup of boiling coffee, then a shot, or two, if you like it, the whiskey of your choice. Once this cup of cocktail sinks, you will be ready to face the cold of Norway if they are outside your door.

A sneaky peat is whiskey's answer to a white and black dandruff and another cocktail that is sure to do the trick on a winter day. This cocktail is creamy, ideal for dessert, or stuck inside on a lazy cold winter night. The ingredients of a sneaky peat include 1 oz Kahlua, 1 oz rye whiskey, and 4 oz milk or cream; Do the trick.

Another cocktail made from whiskey which will put hair on your chest and leave you laughing at the best efforts to moisten your spirits. To make this cocktail you will need 1 1/2 Scotch, 3/4 ounce Drambuie, and a lemon twist for garnish.

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But if whiskey is not your best friend, many other cocktails will serve to warm you up. Bloody Mary, for example, is a great hangover treat as well as a great cocktail for the colder days of the year thanks to its spicy kick. So if you are feeling chilly and want a bloody mary then you need 3 ounces of tomato juice, 1 1/2 ounces vodka, 1/2 ounce lemon juice, 1 duster of Worcestershire sauce, celery salt, ground chili, and hot chili will be required. You can make this cocktail to suit your taste and the outside season or by adding as little spices as you like.

Just reading the name alone:   Hot buttered rum is enough to warm anyone up and make your mouth water. Ingredients for a hot buttered rum cocktail include 1 small piece of softened butter, 1-tsp brown sugar, vanilla extract, 2 oz dark rum, hot water, and optionally some spices that include ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, or policies. Not only will rum and hot water heat your body as it goes down, but the spices will also give you an extra boil when it cools down.

So the next time it is cold outside and you enjoy a cocktail then go for one of these belly-warming cocktails to fight against the weather, they will be sure to do the trick and heat up your day.


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