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18 Blissfully Boozy, Creamy, And Warming Whisky Cocktails

Because adding cream, chocolate, butter, or caramel to your whisky or bourbon is the best way to fight off winter chills.

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1. Black cherry bourbon hot chocolate.

A sumptuous blend of chocolate, dark fruit, bourbon, and cream. Recipe here.
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A sumptuous blend of chocolate, dark fruit, bourbon, and cream. Recipe here.

2. Sriracha hot toddy.

If you like the spicier things in life, you'll love this sriracha, whisky, honey and lemon combo, which is guaranteed to heat you up. Recipe here.
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If you like the spicier things in life, you'll love this sriracha, whisky, honey and lemon combo, which is guaranteed to heat you up. Recipe here.

3. Hot buttered hazelnut whisky.

Made with hot milk, Scotch, cinnamon, hazelnut liqueur, and whipped cream. Get the recipe here.
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Made with hot milk, Scotch, cinnamon, hazelnut liqueur, and whipped cream. Get the recipe here.

4. S'mores hot chocolate with Maker's Mark bourbon.

You'll need plenty of marshmallows for this campfire-inspired treat. You can replace the graham crackers with digestive biscuits if you're in the UK.
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You'll need plenty of marshmallows for this campfire-inspired treat. You can replace the graham crackers with digestive biscuits if you're in the UK.

5. Buttered apple cider with bourbon.

This winter treat combines mulled apple cider, bourbon, and lashings of butter and honey. Get the recipe here.
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This winter treat combines mulled apple cider, bourbon, and lashings of butter and honey. Get the recipe here.

6. Fireball whisky white hot chocolate.

Fireball whisky is packed with cinnamon, which combines beautifully with white chocolate and cream. You can get the recipe here.
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Fireball whisky is packed with cinnamon, which combines beautifully with white chocolate and cream. You can get the recipe here.

7. Salted caramel Maker's Mark eggnog.

Eggs, caramel, festive spices, cream, and bourbon. What's not to like? Get the recipe here.
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Eggs, caramel, festive spices, cream, and bourbon. What's not to like? Get the recipe here.

8. Pineapple and orange hot toddy.

This tropical-sounding recipe is a delicious blend of hot pineapple, honey, lemon and orange juice with either bourbon or whisky. Check it out here.
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This tropical-sounding recipe is a delicious blend of hot pineapple, honey, lemon and orange juice with either bourbon or whisky. Check it out here.

9. Kilbeggan cocoa with cream.

Kilbeggan is a velvety smooth Irish whiskey that blends perfectly with cocoa, whipped cream, sea salt, and just a hint of vanilla. Recipe here.
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Kilbeggan is a velvety smooth Irish whiskey that blends perfectly with cocoa, whipped cream, sea salt, and just a hint of vanilla. Recipe here.

10. Sweet tea hot toddy.

You can use any tea to make this honey-filled cocktail, though vanilla or black tea tends to work best. Get the recipe here.
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You can use any tea to make this honey-filled cocktail, though vanilla or black tea tends to work best. Get the recipe here.

11. Boozy pumpkin white hot chocolate.

This sumptuous hot chocolate is packed with pumpkin puree, white chocolate, and bourbon. Get the recipe here.
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This sumptuous hot chocolate is packed with pumpkin puree, white chocolate, and bourbon. Get the recipe here.

12. Caramel apple bourbon hot toddy.

This delicious, booze-filled drink is like a hot apple pie laced with whisky and caramel. Get the recipe here.
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This delicious, booze-filled drink is like a hot apple pie laced with whisky and caramel. Get the recipe here.

13. Gingerbread hot toddy.

This delightful hot cocktail uses freshly-brewed, gingery chai to flavour the whisky. You can get the recipe here.
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This delightful hot cocktail uses freshly-brewed, gingery chai to flavour the whisky. You can get the recipe here.

14. Hot chocolate with whisky butterscotch.

This recipe is about as festive as it gets, especially if you add a candy cane. You'll need milk, cream, chocolate, cinnamon, and whisky. Recipe here.
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This recipe is about as festive as it gets, especially if you add a candy cane. You'll need milk, cream, chocolate, cinnamon, and whisky. Recipe here.

15. Irish coffee.

If you really need to give yourself a boost, then you need this mixture of rich black coffee, smooth Irish whisky, and lashings of whipped cream. Recipe here.
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If you really need to give yourself a boost, then you need this mixture of rich black coffee, smooth Irish whisky, and lashings of whipped cream. Recipe here.

16. Irish hot chocolate.

Hot chocolate, Guinness, whisky, and Baileys shouldn't go together, but somehow they do. This is basically the most Irish drink of all time. Get the recipe here.
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Hot chocolate, Guinness, whisky, and Baileys shouldn't go together, but somehow they do. This is basically the most Irish drink of all time. Get the recipe here.

17. Buttered brown sugar bourbon.

This truly indulgent recipe features butter, bourbon, sugar, cloves, ginger, and a whole host of other warming ingredients. Recipe here.
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This truly indulgent recipe features butter, bourbon, sugar, cloves, ginger, and a whole host of other warming ingredients. Recipe here.

18. A traditional single malt Scotch whisky toddy.

This ultimate hot toddy is made with AnCnoc Highland 12-year-old single malt, honey, lemon, cinnamon, star anise, and orange peel studded with whole cloves. You can get the recipe here. It'll certainly see you through a long Scottish winter.
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This ultimate hot toddy is made with AnCnoc Highland 12-year-old single malt, honey, lemon, cinnamon, star anise, and orange peel studded with whole cloves. You can get the recipe here. It'll certainly see you through a long Scottish winter.