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Winter Time Cocktails to Keep Your Patrons Cozy

Last updated 4 years ago

Depending on where your bar or restaurant is located, the winter months may mean less alcohol sales. However, there are several tasty cocktails that you can serve to your customers during the winter season to keep them cozy and coming back for more. Use this overview of winter time cocktails to expand your business and learn more about the drinks that you could be serving to customers.

Buttered Rum: The sweet flavor of Hot Buttered Rum is a holiday staple. This cocktail is a simple mix of brown sugar, butter, holiday spices, and your favorite brand of rum. And because this cocktail can be prepared in large batches in just a few minutes, it is the perfect drink to offer on special.

Hot Toddy: This mix of liquor and hot tea is a perfect drink to warm the body during the holiday. The flavor of this cocktail depends on the type of tea being brewed for the drink and the liquor used. Patrons looking for a classic winter cocktail will love the Hot Toddy.

Mojito Sparkler: Mojito Sparklers add some festivity and color to your holiday drink menu. You’ll love this tasty twist on an old favorite thanks to its fizzy taste and easy preparation. Simply add a splash of club soda and fresh mint to take your Mojito Sparkler to the next level of flavor.

Bloody Mary: Consider serving this spicy cocktail as a winter time cocktail. The spicy pepper flavors will keep your customers warm no matter how cold it gets outside. You can easily enhance the flavor by adding a more powerful base like habanero peppers.

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