Recipes for Winter Cocktails to Share with New Friends Inside Your Bodrum Winter House.

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Do you want to try some new cocktails, especially ones made for the winter? So you could experiment with all of those recipes while relaxing in the cool breeze of your winter vacation home. There is a well-known but unusual recipe. As a result, we prepared this article to share a few of these recipes with you.

There are many winter cocktail recipes available to develop your sense of taste in drinking culture, with high, medium, and average calorie ranges and from various nations. In addition, we’re presenting gluten-free alternatives in order to raise awareness about gluten-related diseases. Vegetarian choices are available as well.

Let’s begin with the most basic.


Satisfying. This is the keyword we’ve chosen to describe this recipe.

Get ready. Because the delightful aroma of this amazing recipe will infiltrate every corner of your kitchen. It’s one of the best recipe to share with your loved ones and keeps you warm during the winter months.


  • Orange or lemon (recommended) (orange peel, sliced or minced)
  • 1 bottle of red wine (70 cl); 2 tablespoons (56-+10 g depending on sugar tolerance)
  • 100 mL one of rum, brandy, amaretto, and vodka;4 cloves; 2 cinnamon sticks; 2 star anise; 3 peeled slices of fresh ginger


In a pot, mix the orange/lemon peels, wine, sugar, cloves, cinnamon, star anise, and ginger. Warm the mixture for almost 10-15 minutes, but don’t let it boil. Following the warming step, add your preferred alcohol, pour into glasses, and serve warm.

Gluten-Free (depends on extra alcohol selection)


This one has the real Christmas spirit. Here’s one of the best Baltic countries’ Christmas cocktails for you. With this balanced recipe, always serve your glogg warm and well-prepared. Red wine with orange flavor, dried fruit, and spices for a pleasant aftertaste.


  • 1 slice or peel of orange or lemon
  • 1 bottle (70 cl) red wine, 2 spoons (56+-10 gr caster sugar), 5 to 10 cardamom pods, 3 cloves, 2 cinnamon sticks, 2 peeled ginger slices,
  • 50g sultanas or raisins.


Step 1: Peel and cut the orange into pieces, reserving the flesh for later dishes. Combine the zest, wine, sugar, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, raisins (or sultanas), and almonds in a large pot. Warm the mixture gradually for around 10-15 minutes, never allowing it to boil. Serve warm after adding the vodka or aquavit.



Whiskey Sour for the Winter

With a dash of orange juice and edible gold glitter, this classic bourbon drink gets a festive makeover, making it ideal for holiday celebrations.


Crushed ice, 50ml of Bourbon

1 tbsp lemon juice, freshly squeezed

1 tbsp freshly squeezed orange juice

12 tablespoons of maple syrup

Orange slices

Honey adorned with edible gold glitter.


Step 1: Brush some honey over the rims of two tumblers with a small paintbrush (or your finger) and then attach edible gold glitter around each with another small paintbrush.

Step 2: Pour crushed ice into each glass. Combine the bourbon, lemon juice, orange juice, and sugar syrup in a cocktail shaker and shake well. Shake well and strain into each glass. Serve with an orange slice and a short straw as garnish.



Hot Toddy

Vegan and gluten-free

A hot toddy will always going to keep you warm. The blend of whisky, honey, lemon, cinnamon, and cloves packs a powerful punch and is ideal for winter entertaining.


  • 50ml whisky
  • 3 tsp honey
  • 1 cinnamon stick, halved
  • Half a lemon, juiced and sliced. 2 cloves


  • Step 1: Combine the whisky and honey in a mixing bowl, then divide it evenly between two heatproof glasses. Fill each with 200ml of boiling water and half of a cinnamon stick.
  • Step 2: Add a splash of lemon juice to each, then taste and adjust to taste.Serve immediately, garnished with a slice of lemon studded with a clove.


A Cocktail of Mulled Wine*

Despite the lack of a charming, winter-themed name, mulled wine is one of the most well-known winter cocktails, owing to the pleasant aroma of wine, maple syrup, cinnamon, star anise, and cloves.


  • 1 star anise
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 4 cloves
  • 150ml water
  • 1 lemon
  • 2 clementines
  • 150ml Cointreau
  • 750ml/114pint bottle light red wine, such as Beaujolais
  • To serve, add an orange flavour twist and a star anise.


Step 1: In a small saucepan, combine 100g light muscovado sugar, 1 star anise, 1 cinnamon stick, 4 cloves, and 150ml of water. Bring it to a low boil, stirring constantly, until the sugar is dissolved.

Step 2: Allow to simmer for 2 minutes before straining into a large jug to chill.In the jug, combine 1 lemon and 2 clementines, both thinly sliced, with 150ml of Cointreau and a 750ml bottle of light red wine, such as Beaujolais. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours, or overnight if possible.

Step 3: Garnish with an orange flavour twist and a star anise sprig and serve chilled or over ice.There’s no need to chill a typical warm mulled wine; simply warm through without boiling and serve in heatproof glasses.

Rum with Cinnamon and Butter

This winter, warm yourself with a drink of delightfully decadent cinnamon butter rum. It’s the ideal drink to sip at a holiday party.


  • 200ml spiced rum; 25g butter; 2 tbsp golden caster sugar; 2 tiny cinnamon sticks


  • Step 1: Melt the butter and dissolve the sugar in a saucepan with the golden caster sugar and cinnamon sticks. To serve, stir in the spiced rum and ladle into four small heatproof glasses.

Gluten-free and Vegetarian


Give this delicious adult-only drink to a chocolate lover in your life. For added decadence, grate some chocolate over the top before serving.


  • 50g dark chocolate • ice • 60ml coffee-flavor liqueur • 60ml vodka • 60ml Irish cream liqueur • 100ml double cream


  • Step 1. Refrigerate two tiny tumblers overnight. Melt 30g of chocolate in a small bowl in quick bursts in the microwave. Dip the cold glasses’ rims in the melted chocolate, then stand them upright so the chocolate flows down the sides gently. Place it in the refrigerator until ready to use.
  • Step 2: In an ice-filled cocktail shaker, combine the coffee-flavored liqueur, vodka, Irish cream liqueur, and double cream.Shake the shaker until the outside of it is very chilly. Fill the prepared glasses halfway with ice cubes, then strain in the cocktail.Serve with a paper straw and finely grate the remaining chocolate.

Snowball Classic

For your Christmas guests, serve a traditional snowball. It’s the ultimate throwback drink for the holidays, made with advocaat, lemonade, and ice.


  • 10-15ml of lime juice or lime cordial (optional)
  • 50ml of advocaat
  • 50ml of sparkling lemonade
  • 1 maraschino cherry for garnish

Preparation:Fill a glass halfway with ice and top with up to 15ml of lime juice or lime cordial, if using (or to your taste). Pour the advocaat and lemonade over the ice and gently mix until the glass feels chilly on the outside.

  • Step 2: As a garnish, add the maraschino cherry.


Make our simple eggnog recipe for the ideal holiday party beverage. This classic Christmas cocktail contains only five components, including egg yolks and brandy.


50g of caster sugar is used in this recipe.

4 yolks of eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Condensed milk (397g) in a can

100ml Bourbon


Step 1: In a saucepan, combine 75ml of water and the sugar. Simmer until the sugar has dissolved, then remove it from the heat and let it cool.

Step 2: In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the yolks and vanilla extract.Mix in the sweetened condensed milk, brandy, and cooled sugar syrup.

Step 3: Put the whisked mixture into a jug and place it in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours to chill. Serve immediately over ice and within 24 hours if possible.


Russian White

Every bartender should have a classic White Russian cocktail in their arsenal. For starters, it’s a cocktail created with ingredients you probably already have in your bar or refrigerator. Second, it doesn’t get any easier than this. Finally, it tastes like a chocolate coffee milkshake but makes you intoxicated. What could be better? The ideal cocktail to end an ideal evening.




  • Ice
  • 60 ml Kahlua,
  • 60 ml Vodka
  • Top filling with Heavy cream (as much as you want).


Fill a rock glass half-full with ice. In a glass, combine the Kahlua and vodka. Serve with a dollop of heavy cream on top.

(Per serving) 534 calories, 2 gram protein, 30 gram carbs, 0 gram fiber, 25 gram sugar, 22 gram fat, 14 gram saturated fat, and 22 milligrams sodium

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