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Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail Recipes To Enjoy This Season

Holiday Mixology Night and Martini Classes are a popular resident and tenant favorite event that we’ve been able to host virtually across many of our communities recently. In one of our most recent Martini Class nights, we were thrilled to receive amazing feedback from a Property Manager who joined in with our residents on an evening around the history of cocktail making and tips for crafting the best version from home. Laura Crane from Avalon at Arlington Square shared with us,

“The Martini Class last night was so good! My husband and I both attended and we absolutely loved it, and so did our residents. Zachary Faden was extremely knowledgeable and a great host. We learned a lot — my husband immediately pulled out his bar tools and made a martini afterwards! Congrats on a great event”

We love being able to keep our communities engaged and connected socially with fun events like these during these times when many are still struggling in isolation through the ongoing pandemic. As our way of spreading some fun and festivity, we’re sharing three of our favorite winter cocktails to enjoy this holiday season similar to what is crafted at one of our virtual Mixology Nights. We hope you have a chance to enjoy making your own at home, and if you do, please tag us at @tfliving with your results! Cheers!

Winter Mule

What’s Involved:

Vodka (optional pear for a fruity twist)

Cranberry Juice

Cinnamon Sticks

Ginger Beer

Copper Mug

Make it Today:

  1. Add 2 ounces of vodka to 4 warmed mule mugs. In a small sauce pan on low heat, add ginger beer and bring a low simmer, about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
  2. Pour 1/2 cup beer into each mug and stir with a cinnamon stick. Garnish with cranberries and ginger slices.

Recipe on RecipeSavants.com

Winter Champagne Cocktail

What’s Involved:

Orange Bitters

Orange to Juice and peel

1 Rosemary Sprig

Champagne or Sparkling Wine, chilled

Make it Today:

  1. Pour champagne into glasses. Add one dash of bitters.
    2. Add a squeeze of orange juice. Run orange peel around the rim of the glass and drop into glass.  
    3. Garnish with rosemary and enjoy!

Full recipe on TheresAlwaysPizza.com

Winter Blackberry Gin & Jam Cocktail

What’s Involved:

Ice

1 oz gin

1/2 oz elderflower liquor, such as St. Germain

1/2 tbsp blackberry (marionberry) jam

Squeeze of lemon

5–6 Fresh rosemary leaves

4 oz club soda

Sprig rosemary for garnish

Make it Today:

  1. In a shaker, add ice, gin, elderflower liquor, jam, lemon, and rosemary leaves. Shake vigorously to combine.
  2. Strain into a chilled glass and top with club soda. Add a sprig of rosemary for garnish. Enjoy!

Recipe on livelytable.com

Catherine Rotman