Local mixologists offer Holiday Cocktail Recipes
by Ty Marshal - Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Looking for the perfect holiday cocktail?

With the holiday season in full swing, we’ve asked some CNY mixologists to provide us with some Holiday Cocktail Recipes! You can try making these at home or head out to try one from the experts! As always, please be sure to drink responsibly this holiday season, and don’t drink and drive. Cheers!

 Tiramisu Martini

Local mixologists offer Holiday Cocktail RecipesRecipe provided by Scott Chambers from The Black Olive

Ingredients:

1 parts  RumChata (cream based rum)

1 part Sobieski espresso vodk

1 part Kahlua

1 part Half & Half cream.

Garnish with a cinnamon stick and dash of cinnamon power.

A great creamy cinnamon flavor for the Holiday’s! 

 

 

“Snickerdoodle”

Local mixologists offer Holiday Cocktail RecipesRecipe provided by Maria Cannon from bc Restaurant

1.5 oz cinnamon sugar vodka

1 oz Bailey’s

.5 oz Faretti Biscotti liqueur

3 dashes Mad Fellows sarsparilla bitters

Shake and strain into coupe glass.

Top with cinnamon, Sip and enjoy!

 

“The Christmas Cookie”

Local mixologists offer Holiday Cocktail RecipesRecipe provided by Piotr Perski from Lamont Tavern

1 oz. Peppermint Schnapps

1 oz. Kahlua

1 oz. Bailey’s

Shake with ice and strain into a martini or rocks glass -  with a crushed candy cane rim.

(Tone it down a touch by adding a little Half & Half cream)

 

 

“The Nutcracker Sweet”

Nutcracker SweetRecipe provided by Ryan Diana from Rain Lounge

Ingredients:

1 part Bailey’s

1 part Kahlua

1 part DiSaronno

Serve as a martini or on the rocks.

(for a more festive approach, use Kahlua Peppermint)

 

 

 ”Peppermint-tini”

Peppermint MartiniRecipe provided by Lexi and Jamie at Dolce Vita

1 oz. vodka

1 oz. raspberry liqueur

1 oz. creme de cacao

3/4 oz. peppermint

Add cream

Do you have a Holiday Cocktail recipe you’d like to share? Email: tmarshal@syracusenewtimes.com or visit our Facebook Page 

 

 

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