Festive Drinks for Christmas Brunch

From coffee to mimosas, make sure you have the right festive drink recipes to serve with your delicious meal.

The holidays are a great time to try out a new festive drink. Nothing says “convivial Christmas brunch” like offering guests a cocktail or two to go with their relaxed holiday meal. The good news is, most of our favorite holiday drinks can be made non-alcoholic so little ones don’t have to miss out on the festive fun. We recommend mixing up a big batch of Rudolph’s tipsy spritzer and letting guests serve themselves for easy Christmas morning cocktails. Holiday drinks, of course, should always include a warm option, and we love this sweet praline coffee to warm hands on a cold Christmas morning. We think that the ultimate Christmas morning cocktail is this spiked hot chocolate, which can, of course, be modified so small tipplers can partake in the festivities. Christmas morning cocktails can bring normal holiday festivities to next-level merry-making.


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