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18 Warming Cocktails To Get You Through The Winter

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1. Red Wine Hot Chocolate

Red wine and chocolate were lovers in a former life. Fact. Recipe here.
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Red wine and chocolate were lovers in a former life. Fact. Recipe here.

2. Black Cherry Bourbon Hot Chocolate

Hot Black Forest gâteau in a glass! Get the recipe.
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Hot Black Forest gâteau in a glass! Get the recipe.

3. Hot Buttered Rum

There's nothing quite like the classic winter warmer, rich with caramel flavours. Feel free to pimp yours up with ginger or orange slices. Recipe here.
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There's nothing quite like the classic winter warmer, rich with caramel flavours. Feel free to pimp yours up with ginger or orange slices. Recipe here.

4. Hot Cocoa Martini

Hot chocolate has never been so swish. This nostalgic drink blends hot cocoa with vodka and caramel liqueur. Recipe here.
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Hot chocolate has never been so swish. This nostalgic drink blends hot cocoa with vodka and caramel liqueur. Recipe here.

5. Baileys & Amaretto Hot-Tails

If you're cocktail isn't a hot-tail, you're missing out. Especially when there's chocolate Baileys, amaretto, and whipped cream in it. Recipe here.
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If you're cocktail isn't a hot-tail, you're missing out. Especially when there's chocolate Baileys, amaretto, and whipped cream in it. Recipe here.

6. Hot Buttered Cider

Not a hot buttered rum fan? Try it with cider – the tartness of the apple will cut through the creaminess of the butter for a drink that's warming without being too sickly. Recipe here.
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Not a hot buttered rum fan? Try it with cider – the tartness of the apple will cut through the creaminess of the butter for a drink that's warming without being too sickly. Recipe here.

7. Earl Grey Hot Toddy

A very British way to do winter drinks. Just heat up your tea and add booze. Done. Recipe here.
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A very British way to do winter drinks. Just heat up your tea and add booze. Done. Recipe here.

8. Slow-Cooker Mulled Wine

Mulled things? Great. Slow cooker? Great. Wine? GREAT. Get the recipe.
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Mulled things? Great. Slow cooker? Great. Wine? GREAT. Get the recipe.

9. Peppermint Vodka Hot Chocolate

Like a Matchmaker in a glass, you can serve up this minty chocolate treat with a box and be the Christmas hostess with the mostess. Get the recipe.
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Like a Matchmaker in a glass, you can serve up this minty chocolate treat with a box and be the Christmas hostess with the mostess. Get the recipe.

10. Spiced Irish Coffee

If you're not a fan of pumpkin spice, just serve this spicy boozy coffee without the cream. Get the recipe.
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If you're not a fan of pumpkin spice, just serve this spicy boozy coffee without the cream. Get the recipe.

11. Dirty Chai Toddy

Dirty chai = chai tea with a shot of espresso. Add bourbon and you have a spicy toddy perfect for sipping by a fireplace. Recipe here.
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Dirty chai = chai tea with a shot of espresso. Add bourbon and you have a spicy toddy perfect for sipping by a fireplace. Recipe here.

12. Mulled Cider

You can just mull cider on it's own, but a little orange juice added in will give this drink a gorgeously Christmassy citrus hit. Recipe here.
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You can just mull cider on it's own, but a little orange juice added in will give this drink a gorgeously Christmassy citrus hit. Recipe here.

13. Orange Pisco Hot Chocolate

Terry's Chocolate Orange in your stocking. Terry's Chocolate Orange in your mug. Just the way it should be. Get this recipe.
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Terry's Chocolate Orange in your stocking. Terry's Chocolate Orange in your mug. Just the way it should be. Get this recipe.

14. White Glögg Mulled Wine

Glögg is basically just a hot, spiced drink that you'll find variations of all over the globe. It's usually made with red wine, but this version uses white wine and fresh ginger for a fresher, zestier take. Recipe here.
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Glögg is basically just a hot, spiced drink that you'll find variations of all over the globe. It's usually made with red wine, but this version uses white wine and fresh ginger for a fresher, zestier take. Recipe here.

15. Hot Buttered Hazelnut Whisky

Nutty, creamy, and loaded with Frangelico. Get in my mouth. Recipe here.
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Nutty, creamy, and loaded with Frangelico. Get in my mouth. Recipe here.

16. Rum Hot Toddy

If your parents are Scottish or Irish, chances are they made this for you on cold nights, but with whisky rather than rum. You can use either, but rum is just that little bit sweeter. Get the recipe.
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If your parents are Scottish or Irish, chances are they made this for you on cold nights, but with whisky rather than rum. You can use either, but rum is just that little bit sweeter. Get the recipe.

17. Hot Caramel Apple Cocktail

Sweet and sticky, this is basically hot caramel apple in a glass. Recipe here.
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Sweet and sticky, this is basically hot caramel apple in a glass. Recipe here.

18. Rosemary and Fig Bourbon Cider

This may just be more effective than pulling on a big fluffy jumper on a cold night. Fig and rosemary make this warm cider just a little more special than your average hot drink. Get the recipe.
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This may just be more effective than pulling on a big fluffy jumper on a cold night. Fig and rosemary make this warm cider just a little more special than your average hot drink. Get the recipe.