Here are several drinks you can serve on holidays throughout the calendar year. Sure, you can have green beer on St. Patrick's Day, but where's the fun in that? Sample something different.
Fill a champagne flute with chilled Champagne, leaving room at the top. Pour in the Goldschlager, making sure to include a few flakes of gold!
Shake. Serve on the rocks with Candy Kisses as a garnish.
Shake all ingredients and serve as a shot.
Shake with ice and strain into a chilled, sugar-rimmed martini glass.
Combine ingredients over ice and serve in a rocks glass.
Combine ingredients in a shaker and serve straight up in a shot glass.
Combine ingredients in a tall glass and garnish with a Lemon Wedge or any of the following: Pickle, Green Bean, or Celery Spear.
Combine over ice and garnish with Mint.
Sabra is an Israeli chocolate-orange liqueur originally made in the 1960s from the sabra cactus that grows in Israel and around the southern and eastern Mediterranean. There is also a coffee version.
Combine Sabra and Vodka. Stir into Softened Sherbet. Serve in a rocks glass.
Pour Vodka over a couple of ice cubes in a cocktail glass. Add Ginger Beer, garnish with a Cherry, and serve.
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