3 Christmas Cocktails To Make At Home

If you would like to try something different this year, then, these are the perfect cocktails for the season.

The Flying Frenchman


Making a Flying Frenchman is as simple as blending equal parts absente, espresso, and coffee liqueur.


In a shaker with ice, combine absente, coffee liqueur, and espresso in equal parts (30ml each). Shake for at least 30 seconds to 1 minute, or until the drink is very chilled. Pour into a chilled glass. For extra flare, garnish with a piece of star anise.



The cream and egg yolk give the drink a richness befitting the season, while the spices - cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg - envelop you in their warm embrace.


Take Schwartzhog (50 ml), Heavy Cream (45 ml), Milk (15 ml), and Egg White (1 No.), and dry shake the ingredients together. Once combined, shake the mixture with ice and strain into a chilled coupe glass, and garnish with a dash of nutmeg powder.

Apple Hi-Ball


Lucifer’s Gold combines with the fruity tartness of apples to create a pleasantly crisp drink that can be sipped throughout the day or alongside supper.


Take 50 mL of Lucifer’s Gold, 60 mL of apple juice, 3 dashes of aromatic bitters, and 90 mL of ginger ale. In a shaker, combine all of the ingredients. Mix thoroughly and pour into a chilled highball glass. Serve with candied ginger or apple slices as garnish.

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