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Just because it’s cold outside, does not mean you cannot enjoy a great cocktail. Soon, the fireplace will be roaring, and the snow will be falling. Why not make it a great night indoors with some great cocktails. We have some tremendous mixed drink ideas for the upcoming cold-weather season.

Irish Coffee

Bring out your inner leprechaun with this fantastic cocktail. The ingredients in Irish Coffee are pretty simple to execute. Hot coffee, Jameson Irish Whiskey, stirred sugar, topped with whipped cream make this toasty treat. A perfect way to wind down on a cold winter’s night.

Spiced Cider

The leaves are falling, and the cool crisp autumn air is upon us. No drink can be more cliche of the fall season than apple cider. Kick it up a notch by making it a fantastic cocktail. Take Captain Morgan’s Spiced Rum, some apple cider, and a little bit of cinnamon syrup for this delicious treat. You’ll look forward to those breezy nights on the front porch sipping your hot cider.

Hot Toddy

The cold and flu season also starts when cold weather comes around. A hot toddy is a complete relief for sniffles, sore throats, runny noses, headaches, and many other ailments. Hot water, bourbon, lemon juice, honey, and a tea bag of your choice is the perfect medley for the cold weather symptoms. You can also enjoy a hot toddy as a relaxing, before bedtime drink (decaf tea of course)!

Boozy Hot Chocolate

A great way to cap off a pot roast dinner on a cold night is a belly-warming cup of hot chocolate. With some warm milk, chopped semisweet chocolate, and some bourbon, you have the perfect spiked hot chocolate. Bring out your inner child and garnish with mini marshmallows. The memories of sled riding and building snowmen will be coming out of the woodwork as you sip on this classic cocktail.

Classic Eggnog

You can hear “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” playing in the background with this classic. This rich and creamy favorite will be the main attraction at your next winter party. Make it yourself instead of pouring from a plastic bottle to bring that unique ambiance to your next get together.

White Russian

Kahlua coffee liqueur, vodka, and fresh cream create this cold-weather classic. The cream sitting on top of the glass resemble a fresh snowfall. Serve in an old-fashioned glass for the perfect experience.

Bloody Mary

An excellent cocktail for Saturday morning football. Tomato juice, vodka, lemon juice, and some other simple ingredients are the staples for this cocktail. You can elevate the spice level by adding hot sauce. Tabasco is a classic brand for this cocktail, but you can experiment with different flavors and brands.

If you’re looking to add a little variety to your cocktails as the weather gets a little cooler, give these a try. Your only problem will be all the guests lining up outside your door when they see how amazing they taste.