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  • Frosty Holiday Cocktail Recipe

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    Tis’ the season to get jolly! This super simple cocktail will be just the right drink to add to your next holiday soiree! 

    frosty holiday cocktail complete lay

    It’s easy to make and has all those cozy holiday flavors people love. Even though it is an iced drink, it is sure to warm your guests spirits right up!

    How to Make it

    For this recipe, you’ll need 1 ice cube tray filled with coffee (frozen), 1 shot Vanilla Vodka, and Irish cream Liqueur. We used Smirnoff’s vanilla vodka and Saint Brendan’s Irish cream Liqueur with Aged Irish Whisky. 

    frosty holiday cocktail ingredients

    Before you get started, you’ll need to freeze the coffee of your choice in an ice cube tray to make coffee cubes. You won’t want to water this lovely drink down with water!

    coffee cubes

    Once frozen, pop those cubes into a festive tumbler and top with the shot of vodka

    pouring vodka

    Finish off the cocktail with some Irish Cream Liqueur!

    Added Irish cream

    Throw in a straw, sit by the fireplace, and enjoy this delightful coffee cocktail!

    frosty holiday cocktail with straw

    Frosty Holiday Cocktail

    Yield: 1 Serving
    Prep Time: 5 minutes
    Cook Time: 5 minutes
    Total Time: 10 minutes
    This is the perfect cocktail to mix up your holiday festivities. Despite the ice, this frosty holiday cocktail is sure to warm you right up.

    Ingredients

    • 1 ice cube tray filled with coffee
    • 1 shot Vanilla Vodka
    • Irish cream Liqueur

    Instructions

    1. Freeze your coffee ice cubes.
    2. Put coffee cubes in festive tumbler.
    3. Top with the shot of vodka and finish off with Irish Cream!

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