This pretty red-hued cocktail, fortified with Cointreau and sweetened with simple syrup, is perfect for the holidays.
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Cranberry juice cocktail and fresh cranberries give this favorite winter warmer a tart kick.
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Garnish each glass with apple slices to add an extra hint of fruitiness.
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Use your blender to easily whip up this warm nutmeg-spiced drink.
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Use either ginger ale or ginger beer to give this spritzer its fizz; choose ginger beer if you would like a stronger ginger flavor.
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Rosemary-infused simple syrup lends a delicate herbal note that doesn’t overpower the other ingredients.
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Honey helps balance out the acidic lemon juice in this light, refreshing drink.
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Lemony Gin Punch
Sparkling wine provides the fizz in these elegant cocktails—try a Cava from Spain or a Prosecco from Italy for two inexpensive options.
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Stir in habanero hot sauce and garnish with pickled jalapeños to give this classic drink an added dose of heat.
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Green Chartreuse is a spicy-sweet herb-infused liqueur made by monks in the French Alps. Because it has an assertive flavor, just a little goes a long way.
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