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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 11:10 pm 
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I don't tend to drink much on any given day, but a friend turned me on to a new (to me) variation of a tradional holiday drink. Eggnog with a little spiced rum and an extra shot of vanilla. Not too shabby at all.

Got me thinking, any other seasonal favourites anyone else has you'd recommend trying?

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 11:37 pm 
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Nope! I'm with you on the eggnog thing. Experimenting with special coffees around the fire is also a great festive treat.

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Cranberry Ginger Ale. Straight up. ;)

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In our younger days, my wife and I wouldn't think of decorating our tree without a pitcher of festive and fruity singapore slings. Now its Boones sangria.

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Eggnog & Apricot Brandy...delish.

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Sonic wrote:
Eggnog & Apricot Brandy...delish.

Sounds delish. I'll have to try that.

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joe hickey wrote:
Sonic wrote:
Eggnog & Apricot Brandy...delish.

Sounds delish. I'll have to try that.


Agreed, that sounds very interesting.

We also have enjoyed Boone's sangria. We have an open bottle right now, but depending on visitors, sometimes a bottle can last us more than a month, sometimes it goes bad before we can finish it.

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Jerry's Spiced Rum & Eggnog. Topped with a scoop of whipped cream nutmeg/ brown sugar sprinkle and a cinnamon stick. Warning Exceeding 2oz of rum may make it curdle.

Hot Apple Cider. Rim mug with brown sugar cinnamon (like a ceasar) slice of apple and cinnamon stick.

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