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Oct. 21, 2022
Late spring and early summer are packed with festive events to keep your social calendar full and fun. Check out our favourite seasonal serves for all your activities, from the big celebrations like New Year’s Eve to the smaller get-togethers, like tree trimming, Christmas brunches, vision boarding parties and more.
Brunch is great any time of year, but there’s something even more special about it during the Christmas season. Enjoy gathering your friends and family around the kitchen table while sipping the fizzy Cranberry Sparkler.
Everyone loves a good Christmas party — and the hosts who throw one. Make yours a huge success with all our tips about how to throw a Christmas dinner party. Maybe start your evening with a little amuse-bouche-like drink: the Short Martini Cocktail. As the night progresses, you may want to bring out a special festive cocktail, like the Sleigh Driver. You can take any martini cocktail or other favourite drink of yours and customise it to be more festive.
If you’re all cosy inside, gathered around the tree, you’ll probably want a festive cocktail to match. Keep the tree decorating or gift wrapping party going with any of our favourite Christmas cocktails. If you want to free up your hands more for decorating and wrapping, try making a Christmas punch jug for the group ahead of time.
It’s time to say goodbye to the old year and welcome a new one. So when you raise a glass at midnight, you’ll probably want to make sure it’s something special. Here are our top vodka cocktails for New Year’s Eve.
Many people like to start the new year off by setting resolutions or goals. Recently, vision boards have become a popular way to do that. If you’re gathering your friends to make them, you may want some cocktails that fit the occasion. Great cocktails for the new year are those that are light-tasting, low ABV and something you haven’t tried before. Why not shake things up in the new year?
No matter what you have in store this season, there’s a cocktail perfectly suited for the occasion. And whatever you’re celebrating, please do so responsibly. Enjoy the most wonderful time of the year.