Looking to add a festive twist to your Christmas drinks menu? Celebrate the festive season with some new, limited-time additions to your drinks menu.
We take a look at 7 of the most popular Christmas drinks that you can introduce to your bar, restaurant, hotel, pub, or coffee shop menu.
7 Best Christmas drinks menu additions
Revamp your Christmas drinks menu with these 7 festive additions:
This festive favourite is bound to bring chilly customers indoors to enjoy a drink. Typically made from red wine and infused with a range of spices and fruits, it is served warm, making it the perfect winter menu addition.
The snowball is a popular Christmas drink, combining Advocaat, lemonade and a squeeze of fresh lime juice. As one of the UK’s favourite Christmas cocktails, this is not one to miss!
Pumpkin spice white Russian
This tasty take on a traditional cocktail is bound to get your customers feeling festive. Simply combine vodka, coffee liqueur and pumpkin spice creamer before serving with a little whipped cream on top in a glass.
Eggnog is a festive, chilled drink, using milk, cream, sugar, whipped egg whites, egg yolks and nutmeg. It can be made in alcoholic, or alcohol-free variations to suit all tastes.
Who can resist a glass of buck’s fizz at Christmas? Pour two parts sparking wine to one part orange juice and it is ready to serve chilled in a glass. Simple, yet effective.
The sales of Baileys go up dramatically around Christmas time, so it may be wise to stock on this drink, as well as offering Baileys in other drinks, such as hot chocolates or cocktails.
Festive hot drinks
Tempt people in for a warm beverage this winter with a festive hot drink. From pumpkin spice, to gingerbread flavours… there are plenty of ways to add a touch of Christmas to your hot drinks menu.
Enjoy the best Christmas drinks
What are you waiting for? Try adding some of these ideas into your Christmas drinks menus and see which your customers love most!
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