We Pick The Cocktails For Your Winter Wedding

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Your guests are braving the cold to come out in their fineries and celebrate this new chapter of your life. So don’t leave them hanging in the cold. Warm them up at your chilly evening wedding with some classy drinks.

These winter-wedding cocktails use seasonal ingredients and are the beverage equivalent of a warm, fluffy blanket.

Gingerbread Eggnog

Both gingerbread and eggnog are staple winter goodies, so combine them together to make something magical. Be sure to top it with some whipped cream and caramel drizzle.

We Recommend: Town Hall, Khan Market

Pomegranate Moscow Mule

Moscow Mules are the drink of the season, and this one puts a fun spin on it using fruit that’s readily available in winter time. Plus, pomegranates mean bright red colors, perfectly complementing your Indian wedding.

We Recommend: Hauz Khas Social, HKV

Mulled Wine Sangria

Sangria season isn’t over; it’s just time to upgrade it with some seasonal fruits and spices. Mulled wine sangria is prepared ahead of time and served once your guests arrive {rather than assembling it right there on the spot}, making it one of the easiest cocktails to make for your winter wedding.

We Recommend: Perch, Khan Market

Candy Cane-Kahlua Hot Chocolate

This one makes us feel like a kid again, except it packs a punch that’s just for the grown-ups at the table. Top it with a bright-striped candy cane and enjoy.

We Recommend: Home-brewed coffee liqueur from Guffaw

Cranberry And Cinnamon Whiskey Sour

The whiskey’s definitely going to warm them up. And if the taste isn’t up their alley, your guests won’t be able to resist the tangy cranberry and spicy cinnamon flavours in this one.

We Recommend: PCO, Vasant Vihar

Honey Winter Bourbon Cocktail With Honey Sage Syrup

Bourbon fanatics can’t resist this elegant take on a winter cocktail. This one has a lovely syrup, slowly cooked with golden honey and fragrant sage.

We Recommend: Prankster, Gurgaon

This post first appeared on Happy Shappy.