The Millennium Book of Christmas Cocktails

Dec 16,2016

One of the best things about Christmas is the fact it’s acceptable to have a glass of something delicious and indulgent in hand at almost any time of day. With that in mind, we’ve enlisted the help of Millennium Hotel’s finest mixologists to compile the ultimate festive cocktail recipe book.

Try making one or more of these scrumptious winter warmers for yourself, and let the Christmas spirit reign!

The Toblerone by Millennium London Hotel Mayfair

‘Tis the season to indulge, so don’t be put off by the calories in this decadent dessert of a drink. With Baileys, double cream, Kahlua and more, this cocktail certainly isn’t for the faint of heart.


The Christmas Miracle by Millennium Hotel Gloucester

There’s nothing more miraculous than the explosion of flavour in this citrusy treat. A refreshing drink for those who don’t like anything too sweet or sickly, it makes for a sophisticated alternative to Bucks Fizz.


The Winter Warmer Martini by Baileys Hotel London

Keep Jack Frost at bay with this delicious cocktail, guaranteed to warm you to the core. Amaretto lovers are sure to enjoy this Christmassy tipple, which is full of festive flavours and has an irresistibly smooth and creamy finish.


The Snow Flake by Copthorne Hotel Tara

Forget snowballs, this unique concoction is the future of Christmas beverages. With Baileys, cinnamon, and chocolate garnish, this is the mother of all Christmas drinks. Plus, it looks spectacular. 


The Christmas Sparkle Cocktail by Chelsea Harbour Hotel

This Christmas cocktail oozes class, just like those who choose to drink it. With prosecco and Chambord, crushed ice and raspberry garnish, this lovely little number is fizzing with festivity. 


However you’re celebrating this Christmas, be sure to do it in style with one of these fantastically festive cocktails. All that’s left to do is grab the cocktail shaker and don your best party frock. Let the merriment commence!  

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