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7 Easy Cocktail Recipes For Your Next House Party

Life is like a journey and what is better than some interesting cocktail recipes to sip while you enjoy it? Are you bored with coffee or hot cocoa and want to try something fancy? Well, here is the chance to channel your inner mixologist and serve some lovely cozy drinks tonight. Cocktails can be made with a variety of spirits, including vodka, gin, whiskey, rum, and tequila, and can be served straight up, on the rocks, or blended with ice. In addition to the base spirit, cocktails often include other ingredients such as fruit juices, liqueurs, herbs, spices, and syrups to add complexity and depth of flavor. If you plan to do something big like throw a cocktail party for your friends and family, these recipes will always have your back. Get hold of that mixologist set we recommended in our earlier blog. Hope you have bought it and let's pour it.

Interesting Cocktails

1. Cremosa de Cocoa

This Afro-Latino drink is for the guys who love adding chocolate to anything, even if it’s drinking. Inspired by hot chocolate on freezing days, and straight out from the bar of Sobre Mesa, this cocktail is a pure flavor bomb. The coolest thing is the touch of guava inspired by the Dominican pastries that were stuffed- pan de Agua-with guava jam and chocolate.

Cremosa de Cocoa


- 2 oz. Sweet PotatoLiqueur - 1 oz. Reserve Spiced Rum - 1 oz. Red wine - 8 oz. coconut milk - 7–8 oz. Semisweet chocolate - 2 oz. Marshmallowsyrup - 4 oz. Marshmallows - 1 Cinnamon stick - 1 pinch of Nutmeg - 1 Tbsp. Guava paste - 1 Tbsp. Sugar - 2 Berries - Chocolate powder

1 Oz = 29.575ml


Prepare some marshmallow syrup by whisking 4 oz. marshmallows with 8 oz. water over medium heat in a saucepan. Whisk until it is well combined. Stir in cinnamon and cool the mixture before storing it in the fridge for 2 weeks. In a bowl, whisk some whipped cream until it starts to thicken. Add 1 oz. of spiced rum and sugar, and repeat whipping until firm. Combine coconut milk, guava paste, chocolate, marshmallow syrup, wine, berries, and nutmeg in a saucepan over medium heat. Whisk until combined without allowing it to boil. Remove from heat and stir in sweet potato liqueur. Strain and pour into a mug. Garnish with rum sweet cream and a sprinkle of chocolate powder. There you have your Cremosa de cocoa.

2. Earl Grey Hot Buttered Rum

Up for some hot tea and alcohol combination? This recipe steps up the game for the traditional hot buttered rum by mixing some Earl Grey hot tea in the combination. Combine this drink with some pie and your warm holiday drink is ready.

Earl Grey Hot Buttered Rum


- ½ cup boiling water - 2 teaspoons packed brown sugar - 1 Earl Grey tea bag / normal flavorful tea bag - 2 tablespoons (1 oz.) dark rum - 1 ½ teaspoons Spiced Butter


In a small bowl combine 1/2 cup softened butter and 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice. Roll it into a log and wrap it in plastic wrap. Put the mixture in freeze and chill until firm. In a mug stir together boiling water and brown sugar until the sugar dissolves. Add tea bag; steep for 5 minutes. Remove and discard the tea bag. Add rum. Top with Spiced Butter. Congrats! You have created an absolute heaven for tea lovers. 3. Customized Mull-Wine

The best part about mulled wine is that you can customize it according to your favorite flavor and it is the easiest to make out of all cocktail recipes. All you need is to pick up your spices, fruits, and wine. If you want to go pro, you can even add brandy, bourbon, or spiced rum to get that absolute mulled wine delivered over the counter.

Customized Mull-Wine


- 1 (750 ml.) bottle of red wine - 1 fruit, sliced into rounds - 6 whole cloves - 3 cinnamon sticks - 3-star anise - 1/4 cup honey

- 1/2 cup brandy


In a medium saucepan placed on medium heat, combine all the ingredients. Bring to a simmer. Be careful not to boil the mixture. After simmering, bring the heat to low and simmer gently over 10 mins on low heat. Serve warm with more slices of fruit and cinnamon sticks as toppings. 4. Smoking Gun

A smoking gun is here not to upset our coffee lovers. If tea can be a part of this beverage festival, then why not coffee? Coffee is a classic winter beverage and to top that with some classic winter flavors of citrus and cinnamon is absolutely the game changer the mixologist in you needs.

Smoking Gun


- 1 oz. Mezcal/Tequilla - 0.5 oz. Cold Brew Coffee Liquor

- 1 oz. panela syrup (a simple syrup made from Colombian sugar cane distilled into a hard caramel) - 3 dashes of orange bitters - 3 dashes of chocolate bitters - 1 cinnamon stick - 1 dried blood orange/orange wheel

1 Oz = 29.575 ml


Use a match or lighter to ignite one end of a cinnamon stick. Place it on a plate and cover it with an upside-down coupe glass to extinguish the flame. Fill a mixing glass with ice, add the remaining ingredients, and stir until chilled. Strain and Serve in the coupe glass with the burnt cinnamon stick and a dried blood orange wheel as garnish. The cinnamon smoke adds a whole new dimension to the recipe. 5. Broquito

The next recipe is for our vegan bros out there. Coming from the bar of Chris Rue, it is a play-off of the classic Puerto Rican holiday cocktail Coquito. He calls his version the Broquito. White rum in itself is a delicacy among beverages. This drink enhances the flavor of the white rum by a thousand times. All the white rum fans must give this a try this winter.



- 16 oz. Vanilla Creamer macadamia milk/oat milk - 4 oz. sweetened condensed coconut milk - 15-oz. can Coco Lopez - ½ tsp. freshly grated nutmeg - ¼ tsp. freshly grated cinnamon - ¼ tsp. vanilla extract - ½ cup white rum - ¼ cup cognac/brandy

1 Oz = 29.575ml


Simple as it is, combine all the ingredients in a saucepan. Store the mixture in the fridge and serve in a collin’s glass over ice. Take a mini grater and shave a light dusting of nutmeg over the top. You can also skip the alcohol part totally for a non-alcoholic version. 6. Almond Toffee Martini

Here comes our vodka. Wait a minute, Vodka!? That too during winter? Yes, vodka cocktails are just as popular and warm at this time of the year as their bourbon or rum counterparts. This easy-to-make martini recipe is the amalgamation of the round-the-year favorite liquor with non-dairy milk.

Almond Toffee Martini


- 1 oz. Almond Breeze almond milk - 1 oz. crème de cacao/chocolate liqueur - 1 oz. butterscotch liqueur - 1 oz. vodka

1 Oz = 29.575ml


Fill a shaker halfway with ice. Pour in almond milk (or non-dairy milk of your choice), crème de cacao, butterscotch liqueur, and vodka. Cover and shake well. Strain into a martini glass and serve. For a sweet garnish and some fancy decorations, dip the empty glass into almond milk and then either cocoa powder or sugar crystals to coat the rim. Pour in liquid and enjoy. 7. Bourbon Citrus Sipper

Apple cider and bourbon. Name a better pair and I will wait. They are a pair made in the heaven of mixology. Sugar and spice, along with bourbon make everything nice should be the proverb as this cocktail casts its magic from the first sip.

Bourbon Citrus Sipper


- 6 cup apple cider or apple juice - ¼ cup sugar - Cinnamon stick - 8 whole cloves - ½ teaspoon anise seeds - 1 large orange, sliced - 1 medium lemon, sliced - ½ cup bourbon


In a saucepan, combine apple cider, sugar, cinnamon, cloves, and anise seeds. Cover and cook on a low-heat setting for 3.5 to 4 hours or on a high-heat setting for 2 hours. Add orange and lemon slices. Cover and cook for 30 minutes more. Place a fine-mesh sieve over a large bowl; strain the cider mixture. Turn the cooker to the low-heat setting. Pour the strained mixture back into the slow cooker to keep warm. And coming to the final nail in the coffin, just before serving, add bourbon to the cider mixture.

Watch out for the below video with another interesting easy-to-make home made cocktail recipe by a famous mixologist from South India.

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