10 Cocktails To Serve At A Holiday Party

The holidays start now!  Fall begins the end of the year and is a great time for celebrations large and small. Whether a large fancy party or a gathering of close friends, these special cocktails all have a nod to the season and set the mood for a special event!

Warm Spiced-Cider for a holiday party

Spiced Apple Cider  from My Baking Addiction

Apple Cider is easily found this time of year and this delicious (and warm) drink takes it to the next level.

Pumkpin Spice White Russian

Pumpkin Spice White Russian from A Beautiful Mess

I’ll take any excuse for pumpkin and would love to sip one of these after a long day of raking leaves.

Glacier Fusion Daquiri

Glacier Fusion Daquiri by Manu’s Menu

The look of winter in a glass – beautiful blue and frosty.

Toasty S'Mores Shots

Toasty S’mores Shots by Curried Cantalope  

Outdoors at a fire pit? Toast a marshmallow to pop on top of this delicious treat!

Cinnamon and Tequila Hot Chocolate

Cinnamon and Tequila Hot Chocolate by Aida Mollenkamp

Seasonal goodness – but the surprise is tequila!

White Cosmopolitan

White Cosmopolitan by That Skinny Chick Can Bake

I’d love to serve this at a Thanksgiving gathering.

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Holiday Spiced WIne

Holiday Spiced Wine by What’s Gaby Cooking

Ramp up your glass of wine with this delicious recipe.

Ginger Prosecco Cocktail

Ginger Prosecco Cocktail by Freutcake

New Year’s Eve perhaps? Ring in the new year with a twist on an old favorite.

Sparkling Cranberry Orange Cocktail

Easy Sparkling Cranberry Orange Cocktail by Cooking For Keeps

I love that this drink has a hint of citrus which is so popular around the end of the year. This refreshing drink will help you forget all those chores and to-do lists.

Pumpkin Pie Eggnog

Pumpkin Pie Eggnog  by The Cooking Bride

I saved my favorite for last. Two great tastes that taste great together – pumpkin pie and eggnog. I’d serve this as an after dinner selection – it’s good enough to be dessert!

Do you have a favorite cocktail to serve in the holiday season? Which of these do you think you’d try?

What do you think?