Five Festive Holiday Cocktails

To celebrate the holidays, I want to share with you my FAVORITE healthy cocktail hacks. Because we all know that while cocktails may seem like a good option, most are usually LOADED with sugars and sodas and syrup, ew. The actual alcohol is not too bad for you, (all in moderation of course)! In fact some alcohols have health benefits like heart health, soothing muscles/sore throats, and gut regulation.

Here are five of my favorite concoctions that help me be kind to my health.


Espresso + Baileys | purely elizabeth #eatpurely #holidaycocktails

Espresso + Baileys

2 oz Almond Milk Baileys

1/4 oz vodka

2 oz cold espresso

Add baileys, vodka, espresso and ice to a cocktail shaker. Shake and pour into a glass.

Kombucha Mojito | purely elizabeth #eatpurely #holidaycocktail

Kombucha Mojito

1 lime, cut into wedges

fresh mint leaves

1 oz St. Germain

2 oz rum

1 kombucha

pomegranates

In the bottom of your glass, add lime wedge, mint and St. Germain. Muddle the ingredients. Fill a tall glass with ice and top with rum and kombucha. Stir to combine and top with pomegranates to serve.

Vodka Lemon Cayenne + Thyme Cocktail | purely elizabeth #eatpurely #holidaycocktails

Vodka Lemon Cayenne + Thyme Cocktail

from Purely Winter 2016

1 Suja Lemon Cayenne Drinking Vinegar

2 oz vodka

thyme

ice

Fill a tall glass with ice. Add vodka and Suja. Stir to combine and garnish with thyme.

Blood Orange Champagne

Whole Foods 365 Blood Orange

soda

champagne

blood orange

In a champagne flute, pour champagne leaving room for 1 oz of blood orange soda. Add soda and garnish with blood orange.

Hibiscus Ancho Chile + Rosemary Cocktail | purely elizabeth #eatpurely #holidaycocktail

Hibiscus Ancho Chile + Rosemary Cocktail

from Purely Winter 2016

4 oz Suja Hibiscus Ancho Chile Drinking Vinegar

1 oz St. Germain

2 oz gin

grapefruit

rosemary

ice

Fill a small glass with ice. Add Suja, St. Germain and Gin. Garnish with grapefruit and rosemary. Enjoy!


I’ll cheers to that!

Winter Cocktails | purely elizabeth

December 22, 2016 — Brigid McEntee
Tags: drinks