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While our Arizona winters are definitely mild, there’s something about winter that I don’t love… my hands get cold when I grab a drink! These 25 warm and boozy winter drinks are perfect for drinking, chatting, and keeping your hands warm. Warm cocktails keep you (and your hands) warm during bonfires, winter parties, and while enjoying the great outdoors.

25 Warm & Boozy Winter Drinks

  1. Boozy Mexican Hot Chocolate | My Crazy Good Life
  2. Red Velvet Hot Chocolate Cocktail | Snappy Gourmet
  3. Spiked Cinnamon Roll Apple Cider | A Bubbly Life
  4. Hot Toddy | Healing Tomato
  5.  Vanilla Brandy Cider | Nellie Bellie
  6. Hot Apple Cider Buttered Rum Cocktails | Serena Bakes Simply from Scratch
  7.  Whiskey Espresso | Totally the Bomb
  8.  Spiced Cranberry Orange Cocktail | Errenís Kitchen
  9.  Chai Tea and Baileyís | DIY Candy
  10.  Crock Pot Hot Buttered Rum | Tammilee Tips
  11.  Spiced Pomegranate Cider Cocktail | Snappy Gourmet
  12.  Scott Chocolate | Albion Gould
  13.  Slow Cooker White Spiced Wine | Well Plated by Erin
  14.  Almond Milk Chai with Whiskey and Orange | Rhubarbarians
  15.  Smoked Whiskey Apple Cider Cocktail | Salt and Wind
  16.  Blood Orange Mulled Bourbon Frisker | One Broadís Journey
  17.  Meyer Lemon Bourbon Winter Warmer | Fake Food Free
  18.  Mulled Wine | Gimme Some Oven
  19.  Hot Chai Apple Cider | Gouda Monster
  20. Mulled Spiked Cider with Port and Cranberries | Katie at the Kitchen Door
  21.  Apple Pie Moonshine | Living Litehouse
  22.  Mocha Mudslide Hot Chocolate | Lemons for Lulu
  23.  Warm Apple Cider Martini | Creative Culinary
  24.  Maple Bourbon Pumpkin Steamer | Food Faith Fitness

Click here for more warm winter drinks with alcohol.These warm winter drinks with alcohol are the perfect thing to warm you up! Warm cocktail recipes are just what you need this winter.

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