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Whew, 2020 has been a doozy, hasn’t it? Let’s talk drinks to get you through the holiday season and on to 2021! We are bringing you fun holiday cocktails with easy to find ingredients to add a little something extra to your holiday festivities.

 

Spiced Cider Mule + Bourbon Spiced Cider Punch

 

First, let’s start with a spiced cider! We are bringing you two options and the great thing about these two boozy options is that they can both be made with the same base ingredients.

 

Without further ado, we present you with Bourbon Spiced Cider Punch and Spiced Cider Mule.

 

Base Ingredients (Eight Servings):

4 Cups Spiced Cider

12 Ounces Ginger Beer

 

Watch the Video Tutorials:

Bourbon Spiced Cider Punch

Spiced Cider Mule

 

To make the Bourbon Spiced Cider Punch, add 1 1/2 cups of bourbon and serve chilled. If you would like a little extra pizzazz, add an apple slice and cinnamon stick as garnish.

 

To make the Spiced Cider Mule, add 1 1/2 cups of vodka and serve over crushed ice. There you have two drinks options for the work of one. Let’s keep up the momentum and talk mimosas!

 

 

Cranberry Mimosas

 

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Lets celebrate early morning festivities with a Cranberry Mimosa (or two).

 

Ingredients:

Cranberry Juice

Fresh Cranberries

Sparkling White Wine

 

Watch the Video Tutorial:

Cranberry Mimosa

 

 

The ingredients can be combined as a one-to-one ratio or two-to-one ratio (whatever your preference) and top with fresh cranberries.

 

Cherry Pom Champagne

 

Okay, let’s finish off the year strong, and when we say strong we mean bubbly! For the finale we bring you: Cherry Pom Champagne!

 

Ingredients:

1/2 Cup Pomegranate Juice

1/2 Cup Pomegranate Seeds

1/2 Cup Granulated Sugar

1 Cup Water

1 Cup Fresh Cherries

1 Bottle of Champagne

 

Watch the Video Tutorial:

Cherry Pom Champagne

 

 

First, make your simple syrup. Using a small pot on medium to high heat, add the cherries, pomegranate juice, sugar and water. Smash and stir the cherries so the juice is added to the mixture. Then, bring the mixture to a boil until it thickens (more syrup less sauce). Strain into a container and chill in the fridge.

 

Once cooled, add about two tablespoons of chilled simple syrup to the bottom of your champagne flute, top with champagne and garnish with cherries and pomegranate seeds.

 

And of course if you want to add a little bling to the occasion, before adding the syrup to the glass, rim the glass with golden sugar or sprinkles!

 

Meet Allison from Bubble Buggi!

 

Bubble Buggi was created out of a love of celebrations, all things cute and over the top. We love a good get-together and the memories that are made from it! While we love to celebrate the big accomplishments, we think it is also important to celebrate the small victories along the way. Bubble Buggi wants to be part of your celebration, whether it is nuptials or a drive-thru baby shower, we are here to kick you celebration up a notch and help create special memories that will hopefully last you a lifetime.

 

 

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