10 Hot Alcoholic Drink Recipes

This winter, keep warm with cocktails

The only way to survive a harsh winter, is with alcohol - ask anyone from Minnesota. Here for your enjoyment, is a list of the top 10 hot alcoholic drinks to keep your insides warm and fuzzy all winter. Put your mittens on ladies and gentlemen. Let's toast to winter.

Hot coffee drinks

Coffee drinks are highly underrated in the alcohol circuit. It's pure, chemical engineering genius: caffeine and alcohol. These have been the driving forces of civilization. The building blocks to our very existence! Maybe not, but coffee drinks do provide a nice pep in your step. They can be best enjoyed after a day of skiing, in the morning, or after dinner. No fear, for if you are scared of a little Irish in your coffee, there are plenty of other options.


Nutty Irishman

Coffee mug

- 1oz Bailey's

- 1 oz Frangelico liqueur

- Fill w/ coffee

- Garnish w/ whipped cream and nutmeg

Irish Coffee

Coffee mug

- 1 oz Bailey's

- 1 oz Irish whiskey

- Fill w/ hot coffee

- Garnish w/ whipped cream

Mexican Coffee

Coffee mug

- 1 oz Tequila

- 1 oz Kahlua

- Fill w/ hot coffee

- Garnish w/ whipped cream

Jamaican Coffee

Coffee mug

- 1 oz Light rum

- 1 oz Tia Maria or kahlua

- Fill w/ hot coffee

- Garnish w/ whipped cream

Hot chocolate drinks

You mean there is a way to make my hot chocolate taste even better than it already does? Why yes there is boys and girls. If you are in need of a warm up on a cold winter day, and prefer the cocoa to the coffee bean, these hot drinks should do the trick.


Butter Baby

Coffee mug

- 1 oz butterscotch schnapps

- Fill w/ hot chocolate

- Garnish w/ whipped cream

After Dinner Mint

Coffee mug

- 1/2 oz White creme de menthe

- 3/4 oz Peach liqueur

- 1/2 oz vodka

- Fill w/ hot chocolate

- Garnish w/ whipped cream

Snuggler

Coffee mug

- 1 oz Peppermint schnapps

- 1 tsp of sugar

- Fill w/ hot chocolate

- Garnish w/ whipped cream



Favorite hot drink recipes

It's always nice to impress your guests. In order to be the hostess with the most-est, you'll need some tricks up your sleeve. On a cold day, there is nothing better than offering up some fancy hot drinks to warm the belly. Most of these are simple to make and extremely delicious.


Hot Buttered Rum

Coffee mug

- 2 oz Dark rum

- 1 oz Simple syrup Or 1 tsp Brown sugar

- Pinch of nutmeg

- Fill w/ hot water

- Garnish w/ cinnamon stick and small floating pat of butter.

Broken Leg

Coffee mug

- 1 oz Spiced rum

- Fill w/ hot apple cider

- Garnish w/ cinnamon stick

Cider of Sin

Coffee mug

- 1 oz Cinnamon schnapps

- Fill w/ hot apple cider

- Garnish w/ cinnamon stick

Hot Spiced Wine

Coffee mug

There are many variations of this drink. I've chosen one of my favorite recipes to help out you thirsty readers. This will be made by combining all the ingredients in a large saucepan, simmering for 13-15 minutes, and serving into coffee mugs.

- 1 Bottle of red wine (Merlot, Pinto Noir, or Burgundy)

- 3 tbsp honey

- 2 cinnamon sticks

- 2 tbsp cardamom seeds

- 1 tbsp black peppercorns

- 1 Sliced orange

- 1 Sliced lemon

- 1/2 Cup sugar

- Garnish w/ cinnamon stick

Well folks, there you have it, more delightful recipes to add to your bartending repertoire. I have a strong feeling that this winter will be full of warm smiles and warm libations. Print out these recipes and stick them on your refrigerator. 

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billyaustindillon 6 years ago

Great recipes - now I know more than how to do an Irish coffee - many fun after dinner drinks to be had.


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jdaviswrites 6 years ago from California Author

thanks billy - that's the whole idea. there is life outside an irish coffee...


kumba8 6 years ago

I love Coffee drinks. Thanks a lot.

Mexican Coffee is something new for me. I have to try it.


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jdaviswrites 6 years ago from California Author

yea it is. thanks for reading...


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jdaviswrites 6 years ago from California Author

billrobinson - tis the season! glad you enjoyed....cheers ears


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Hendrika 6 years ago from Pretoria, South Africa

I love the combination of coffee and Kalhua so I'm sure to try the recipes that contains Kalhua. I must also say, I have never thought of using hot chocolate to make an alcoholic beverage, so, I'll try some of them as well.


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jdaviswrites 6 years ago from California Author

Hendrika - ...then you haven't lived. Nice to see you on several of my hubs...heading to check out yours now.


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tom_caton 5 years ago from The Desk

Nutty Irishmans are awesome, I like the look of the Hot Buttered Rum, must give it a go. Great selection here, good hub!


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jdaviswrites 5 years ago from California Author

tom caton - How can you go wrong with butter...and rum? You can't. Thanks for the comment.


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ms_fran 5 years ago

Great info. I love coffee and I going to try the warm rum. Yum.


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jdaviswrites 5 years ago from California Author

ms_fran - You can't go wrong...the world runs on coffee and booze. Thanks for the comment.


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jdaviswrites 5 years ago from California Author

peter - I wish I could say the same thing...thanks for commenting.


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The Jet 5 years ago from The Bay

I've had Irish coffee and it's delicious -- great hub!


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jdaviswrites 5 years ago from California Author

The Jet - Actually, I had one last night! Thanks for the comment.


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ClaireHaley 5 years ago from UK

Thanks, some of these I have tried, but now I have some new ones!


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jdaviswrites 5 years ago from California Author

Clairehaley - Thanks for reading!


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jamterrell 5 years ago

I love hot chocolate drinks. So perfect for winter. Thanks for sharing this very good hub.


sweety 4 years ago

nice


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shin_rocka04 4 years ago from Maryland

Hot buttered rum is definitely a favorite of mine! I made some last year, and I'll probably make some this year towards the end of November


Jon 3 years ago

Just bought some hot chocolate, apple cider, & a few different liqueurs. Time to get the fireplace going, my lady friend over, & a movie...


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Hendrika 3 years ago from Pretoria, South Africa

What a pity it is summer in South Africa now! I will keep these in mind for the coming winter. So good to get away from the plain Irish Coffee, I like the rum and cider, have to try it.


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idigwebsites 3 years ago from United States

Great recipes...I'm a chocolate lover but haven't thought of putting up an alcoholic drink to my chocolate drinks. I'm gonna try them for a change... for some kind of "kick". Thanks for sharing! :)


lisaM 3 years ago

I don't like anything to sweet, I cant seem to find something I enjoy, any ideas?


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SJ9190 3 years ago

I love coffee very much. And i'm going to try this recipe.


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jdaviswrites 3 years ago from California Author

There's lots of ideas out there, just go after them!


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jdaviswrites 3 years ago from California Author

You're welcome! Thanks for reading


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jdaviswrites 3 years ago from California Author

Awesome! What's summer in South Africa like?


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electronician 2 years ago from Birmingham, England

Irish coffee is one of my favourite drinks and your 'nutty Irish' recipe sounds lovely to me, so I will definitely be trying that one out. Voted up and awesome!


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oldiesmusic 2 years ago from United States

Awesome! I will try to serve these drinks on cold, Christmas dinners. I love Bailey's too


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Tolovaj 2 years ago

Thanks for these recipes, combinations with chocolate are my favorites:)

Cheers!


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tutta 2 years ago from Florida

Yum! Those hot chocolate drinks sound divine! Will definitely have to give one of those a try next time we have a cold day here in FL!

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