A White Christmas Cocktail is the perfect beverage to serve as you are hosting for the holidays or going to a potluck.
Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle! The holidays are here and we are ready to serve up some Jolly. 🙂
This cocktail is a little tropical and coco-nutty in flavor (which we could all use with these frigid temperatures), but still festive with cranberries and a fresh sprig of Rosemary for garnish.
How to Make a White Christmas Cocktail or Mocktail
This recipe is so easy… just two steps until you are having yourself a holly jolly evening!
A really great thing about this recipe is that it can be made “mocktail” style for anyone who doesn’t drink. I’ve always found that kids want what the adults are having, so keeping a cocktail like this that can be served as a non-alcoholic drink is a lifesaver at holiday parties.
Grab a few fancy plastic cups and serve it to the kids, too!
A White Christmas Mocktail would be adorable for girls who want to be included but don’t quite make the age requirements. You can also check out my Peppermint Mocha Recipe for a non-alcoholic, day-time treat!
Step #1: Mix Ingredients
Add ice to your glass. Then, add in coconut water, simple syrup, and rum. Next, add coconut milk and lime juice.
Can you make cocktails in advance?
Yes! You can easily make this ahead of time for a party. Just mix per the recipe, but hold the ice. Instead, place ice in the guests glasses before serving to keep the ice from watering down the cocktail.
Store in the fridge until you are ready to serve.
Step #2: Garnish and Serve
Give the drink a gentle stir, then garnish with cranberries and a sprig of rosemary. Serve this in a Sangria, Martini or any hi-ball glass.
I hope everyone enjoys this at your next party!
- Handful of ice
- 1 ½ oz. coconut water
- 1 ½ oz. rum
- 4 ½ oz. coconut milk
- 1 oz. simple syrup
- Juice of ½ a lime
- Fresh cranberries and fresh rosemary for garnish
- Add ice to your glass. Add in coconut water, simple syrup, and rum. Add coconut milk and lime juice. Give the drink a gentle stir, then garnish with cranberries and a sprig of rosemary.