Whether you prefer your winter drinks toasty or frosty, you’re sure to be pleased with this beverage selection. Some of Flower magazine’s favorite designers and entertaining gurus shared recipes for their favorite sips for holiday parties and other cold-weather gatherings.

frozen whiskey sours recipe
Julia Reed fills her holiday punch bowl with Frozen Whiskey Sours, and shares her favorite recipe for the party-worthy, slushy treats.
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Spiced Orange and Maple Westrock Coffee, P. Allen Smith

P. Allen Smith shares his recipe for Spiced Orange and Maple Westrock Coffee, the perfect pick-me-up for après-party conversation.
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champagne cocktail
Interior designer Marjorie Johnston shares her recipe for Winter's Kiss, a citrus and herb Champagne cocktail, to toast the season.
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hot chocolate with chilli
Two kinds of heat combine in sweet, rich cups of Hot Chocolate with Chilli. Chiles take this chocolate concoction from Hot Drinks to another dimension!
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ambrosia nectar recipe
James T. Farmer's grandmother said that he drank his holiday ambrosia rather than ate it. "The nectar and juices in the bottom of the bowl was the best part to me, with all the fruit flavors infused together." The memory inspired this holiday recipe for Ambrosia Nectar with Coconut Rim.
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christmas milk recipe
Drink or dessert? This recipe for Christmas Milk from the Hot Drinks cookbook is like mince pie in a mug!
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gin pear cocktail
Guests at Wendy Wurtzburger and Chris Bentley’s fall harvest gathering sipped on Gin & Pear Cocktails. The drinks were blended with Liberty Gin, handmade in Philadelphia by family friend and distiller Walter Palmer.
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Atlanta based interior designer Danielle Rollins kicks off her Fall Harvest party by giving classic Old Fashioned cocktails a seasonal twist with blood oranges.
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