A whisky riff on the Dickensian ‘Dog’s Nose’ with warm beer and mulling spice.
Sloe gin should be festive enough, but if you add a dash of cinnamon to this summer classic, it becomes even more Christmassy (hence the name change!).
The Scandinavians know a thing or two about surviving cold winters, so we turn to them for this Saturday’s winter warmer.
Cinnamon-spiced pear whiskey forms the base of this wintery twist on an old fashioned.
An extra spicy twist on a winter warmer of a veritable vintage, our purl is warm ale served with a nip of gingerbread gin and seasonal spice. Purl was by far the most popular of the hot ale drinks of the Victorian period, although its roots can be traced right back to the Middle Ages. …
Some records claim that gin and gingerbread is the first recorded pairing of spirits and food, so this could hardly be more on trend for 2017!
Sweet Carribean falernum and clementine syrup give this daiquiri variant a seasonal twist.
Two seasonal flavours combine in this refreshing highball.
Add a floral note to your Christmas hot toddy with a touch of soothing camomile tea.
A hint of festive allspice makes this a bright pre-Christmas dinner drink.
A super-smoky Christmas sour with mezcal and Calvados.
The perfect Christmas party starter.
Used as a base for our 2014 recipes, this Mince Pie Cognac is easy to make, and goes with anything!
A wonderfully warming whisky cocktail – ideally sipped while you’re sat by the fire in a tastefully understated Christmas jumper.