3 Holiday Cocktails You Have To Serve Your Guests

Holiday hosting can be some of the most rewarding, stressful work for families all around Jacksonville. Everyone has a role when guests come over for a dinner party. Someone plays bartender, another person cooks and the rest are entertainers. If you’re in charge of cocktails this year, we have a few boozy drink recipes to keep the party going all night long.

Apple Cider Spritz

We can’t think of a single person who wouldn’t fall in love with this easy-to-sip holiday cocktail. Sweet apple cider teams up with crisp Prosecco and Aperol to deliver a strong punch (day or night.)

Ingredients:

⅓ cup apple cider

⅓ cup Prosecco

1 shot Aperol

Splash of club soda

Dash of allspice seasoning

Honeycrisp or Granny Smith apple slices, for garnish

Fill a glass with ice and mix the cider and Aperol inside. Top with the Prosecco and club soda. Garnish with a sprinkle of allspice and a few apple slices. You can thank us later. Enjoy!

Spiced Cranberry Moscow Mule

This just might be our favorite upgrade to one of America’s most popular cocktails. For holidays synonymous with casual day drinking, this Mule fits the bill.

Ingredients:

2 shots vodka

Juice of a lime

⅓ cup cranberry juice

Splash of spicy ginger beer (regular ginger beer is great, too)

Cranberries and mint sprigs, for garnish

Shake the first three ingredients together with ice. Top with ginger beer and the garnishes. Serve chilled and drink responsibly.

Fall Fig Sangria

Rosé isn’t just for summer, guys. We put everyone’s favorite pink wine in the spotlight yet again to create this outrageously good holiday sangria. You’ll be hooked (don’t say we didn’t warn you.)

Ingredients:

750mL dry Rosé (think Whispering Angel)

1 cup blackberry brandy

2 cups berry seltzer (regular is a good substitute)

2 plums, sliced

1 cup figs, sliced

½ cup blackberries

1 orange, sliced

2 Honeycrisp apples, sliced

Combine all the ingredients in a large pitcher on the morning of your party. Let all of that fruit soak up the boozy wine and brandy. When the guests begin to arrive, pull out of the fridge and pour individually over ice. Don’t forget to scoop some yummy fruit into each cup!

Come Try a Few Fall Favorites at Julington Creek Fish Camp

The Fish Camp team knows a thing or two about making a great cocktail. Delicious, fresh food is our specialty, but irresistible drinks aren’t too far behind. Here are a few of our favorites to try this fall:

Espresso Martini | Broghetti Espresso Liqueur, Vanilla Vodka, Cream

Bourbon Bliss | Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Brown Sugar Simple Syrup, Orange Bitters, Benedictine

Manhattan | High West Rye, Sweet Vermouth, Aromatic Bitters, Cherry

Make a reservation today. We look forward to serving you!

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