Throughout December, Scandinavians meet outside to drink the hot spiced wine punch known as gløgg (pronounced "gleug") and sing carols—it’s like a cocktail party in the snow.
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Nothing beats a warm mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter day.
In this version of the holiday classic, three traditional spirits come together for a cocktail with a kick.
Mexican chocolate has a grainy texture because it is made with toasted ground cocoa beans, granulated sugar, and cinnamon.
You haven't had warm apple cider like this before.
Put a twist on the traditional hot chocolate topped with a drift of snow-white whipped cream; here, the hot chocolate is creamy white and the fluffy topping is flavored with cocoa.
Dark brown sugar and a dollop of whipped cream give this buttered rum a deep, rich flavor.
The classic combination of coffee and Irish whiskey makes this hot chocolate even more warming than usual.
This traditional cold-weather drink is just what its name implies (to mull means to warm and spice): wine, usually red, infused with sugar, citrus, and spices, served warm.
Ruby port and amaretto liqueur make this a great post-meal warmer: It’s sweet, complex, and rich, but very easy to make.
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