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Want to serve something splashier than wine and beer at your reception? Forget the fuzzy navel, I’ve got festive, tasty cocktail ideas to match an assortment of seasons, cultures, and locations. Here’s is a list of libations to make your wedding wet bar warm and wondrous. (Feel free to pass these recipes on to your bartender.)
Sip some holiday cheer during the winter holidays! These drinks will keep your guests warm and fuzzy throughout the party.
Nutcracker
2 oz. vodka
2 oz. Kahlua
2 oz. Irish cream
2 oz. Amaretto
Shake ingredients together and strain into highball glass.
While the leaves are turning vibrant colors spice up your big day with cider! Cider Cup
1 pt. chilled apple cider
2 oz. brandy
2 oz. triple sec or Cointreau
6 oz. chilled club soda4 tsp. sugarsliced fresh fruit mint sprigs
Mix first five ingredients in a pitcher with ice cubes. Garnish with fruit slices and mint. Serve in chilled punch cups or wineglasses. (serves 2-3)
For the summertime, drinking is easy. Nothing cools you down like a chilled cocktail.
Bellini Cocktail
4 tablespoons white peach puree
1 bottle Prosecco or Champagne, chilled (use sparkling juice or seltzer for a non-alcoholic cocktail)
Place 1 tablespoon white peach puree into the bottom of a Champagne flute. Fill the glass with Prosecco or Champagne.
Spring is a refreshing time to get out there and show the world who you love!
French “75” Champagne Cocktail
8 ounces gin
8 ounces orange liqueur, such as Cointreau or triple sec
1 lime, juiced
4 dashes orange bitters 8 sugar cubes
1 bottle Champagne, chilled
Pour gin, orange liqueur, lime juice, and bitters into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well to blend. Put a sugar cube into a Champagne flute. Strain about 2 ounces of the gin mixture into the glass. Carefully top it off with Champagne.
And remember — everything in moderation. Cheers!