12 Drinks for the 12 Days of Christmas - Boozez

12 Drinks for the 12 Days of Christmas

Santa girl

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“On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, a partridge in a pear tree… On the second day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…” I am sure we all know how the song goes by now, the classic ol’ twelve days of Christmas song. Instead of giving partridges, geese or milkmaids and whatnots for the twelve days of Christmas, how about some Christmas cocktails and drinks to liven up the holiday mood instead?

Twelve days of Christmas:

hot buttered rum

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On the first day of Christmas, try a hot buttered rum! Imagine hot rum mixed with brown sugar, rich spices and warm melted butter – that is exactly what a hot buttered rum is. Topped off with a dollop of whipped cream and ground cinnamon, this is comfort in a mug and is sure to keep you warm and toasty.

mulled wine

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On the second day of Christmas, go for mulled wine for a taste of Christmas! Mulled wine is an amalgamation of the flavours of festive spices infused into wine. This drink brims full of Christmassy spices and is perfect for sitting next to the fireplace while the snow falls.


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On the third day of Christmas, a Rudolph-tini sounds like fun! This drink isn’t for the kids despite it’s name. A coconut and hazelnut flavoured cocktail, this cocktail is topped off with two cinnamon sticks and a maraschino cherry to give it antlers and a reindeer nose! A cute cocktail for any Christmas party.

Blackberry Ombre Sparkler

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On the fourth day of Christmas, have some excitement with the Blackberry Ombre Sparkler! The holiday season calls for some bubbly! This cocktail is all about the champagne and the aesthetics.  Homemade blackberry syrup topped off with champagne – this cocktail is garnished with blackberries and a sprig of rosemary.

Cranberry mojito

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On the fifth day of Christmas, refresh yourself with a cranberry mojito, a glass of refreshing and delighful Christmas spirit. Rum, cranberry and mint – a trinity of ingredients that you could never go wrong with! This pinkish hued drink is sure to be a favourite with the ladies.


butterscotch martini

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On the sixth day of Christmas, a Butterscotch Martini Cocktail will make everyone happy (especially the Harry Potter fans). This cocktails tastes like the boozy version of butter beer with its main ingredients being vanilla vodka, butterscotch schnapps, cream soda and Sprite!


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On the seventh day of Christmas, a classic eggnog never fails. A creamy drink full of festive spirit, the eggnog marries many different flavours together into one drink that signals the holiday season. The holidays ain’t holidays without a mug of eggnog!

Christmas tree cocktail

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On the eighth day of Christmas, try out a Christmas Tree Cocktail and get ready for some presents! This cocktail comes with a “tree branch” with its rosemary garnish and contains refreshing notes of cranberry and lime alongside the gin and tonic.

Apple pie on the rocks cocktail

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On the ninth day of Christmas, who wouldn’t want an Apple Pie on the Rocks? An apple pie in a cocktail sounds delicious already. Sweet, spicy and fruity – this is an amped up version of apple cider, only so much better!

Christmas punch

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On the tenth day of Christmas, Christmas punch is a sure crowd pleaser! Easy to make in big batches, Christmas punch is something that is refreshing and yummy, especially for a festive party! Combine pomegranate juice, cranberry juice, lime juice, lemon-lime soda and champagne. Stir well and serve it to guests in glasses garnished with pomegranate arils, more cranberries and rosemary sprigs – it will look like holly atop your drinks!

Kahlua Hot Chocolate

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On the eleventh day of Christmas, a Kahlua Hot Chocolate is sure to warm you up. Who doesn’t love a warm cup of chocolate on a cold winter’s day? This drink is an adult’s version of the hot chocolate that we all grew up with. Just stir in some Kahlua into your hot chocolate and top it off with the usual marshmallows or whipped cream! For more decadence, drizzle some salted caramel and chocolate syrup over.

 Christmas Peppermint Shake Cocktail

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On the twelfth day of Christmas, a Christmas Peppermint Shake Cocktail sounds like a great idea! Chockfull of goodness from ice cream, candy cane, Smirnoff’s peppermint Twist and Ghiradelli’s Peppermint bark – this cocktail is the epitome of the ultimate Christmas flavour, peppermint!

Happy holidays, everyone! Hope that you enjoy the twelve days of Christmas this season!

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About Kelly

Kelly is a well known lifestyle writer with over 3 years of experience. She loves to travel and explore places; a majority of her work has been dedicated to reviewing famous pubs and restaurants around the world. She is also a renowned food critic and is known for her honest and tasteful reviews. Currently, she is working on her upcoming book.