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Baby, it’s cold outside! Well, maybe not yet, but it will be soon. Don’t wait for Jack Frost to creep up on you before starting that internet search for a “discounted liquor store near me open now in Gainesville, GA.” Instead, plan ahead to try these cool weather favorites:

Irish Coffee

A little Irish Whiskey, fresh brewed coffee, simple syrup, and heavy cream, and you’ll be beating the winter blues in no time. Snuggle up with it in front of a roaring fire or, if you prefer the great outdoors, sip it out back in front of a bonfire. Either way, this old classic really hits the mark.

The Old Fashioned

Another great classic that seems just right during the holiday season. Traditionalists will always prefer the standard, bourbon, and sugar muddled in water and bitters. But the great thing about the Old Fashioned is its versatility. Try substituting rum, brandy, or even tequila for the liquor. Use simple syrup and cherry juice, and muddle an orange slice in it. This drink rises to the winter weather no matter how you make it.

Sazerac

The home of this drink, New Orleans, isn’t exactly a winter wonderland. Still, a cold winter day in the Big Easy is no joke. This classic cocktail has a cold exterior but warms you up on the inside with a nice touch of rye.

Hot Buttered Rum

Just the name sounds so good! Your favorite dark rum, a little unsalted butter, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg all come together to make this winter classic. If you can warm up water, then this classic should be in your glass (or your mug!) this holiday season.

Warm Bourbon Cider

Consider this one a blank canvas. Take your favorite mulled cider, add a shot of bourbon and a few dashes of cinnamon and nutmeg, and you have a great winter drink in your hands.

From the simple to the sublime, these cozy winter wonders will have you wishing the cold would hang around just a bit longer.

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