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Holiday Special : Drink Recipes

The Webtender have prepared a selection of hot and cold drinks and bowls to enjoy before and during the Holidays. Enjoy!

Remember to check out the rest of The Webtender' Holiday Special as well, and take a look at some of the bartending gift ideas.

Egg Nogs:
- Egg Nog #1
- Egg Nog #2
- Egg Nog #3
- Egg Nog #4
- Egg Nog #5
- Egg Nog - Cooked
- Egg Nog - Classic Cooked
- Egg Nog - Healthy
- Egg Nog - Katie's
- Egg Nog - Spiked
- Egg Nog - Williamsburg
- Egg Nog - Kahlua
- Egg Nog - "Kentucky-style"
- Grandma's Swingin' Eggnog
- Baltimore Egg Nog
- Rum Egg Nog
- Sherry Egg Nog
- Waldorf-Astoria Egg Nog
- Whiskey Egg Nog

This traditional beverage consists of milk or cream, beaten eggs, sugar, nutmeg and usually liquor of some kind. Rum was the spirit noted in early references to the drink, but brandy, cognac and whiskey are also common additions. It is served cold, usually in a punch bowl.

Liquor-free eggnog has long been served to convalescents and growing children.

The paranoia about salmonella has resulted in the creation of different eggnog using either egg substitutes, or eggnog that is cooked.

Hot drinks:
- Gløgg #1
- Gløgg #2
- Rolf's Scandinavian Gløgg
- Glögg - Swedish
- Glogg - Christmas
- Glogg - Grandfather's
- Glogg - Grandmother's
- Glogg in the Microwave
- Gløgg Extract

Gløgg or Glögg (pronounced "GLUHG", derived from the German Glühwein) is an especially popular during Advent and the Christmas holiday.

This Scandinavian spiced-wine punch gets its punch from the addition of Aquavit, Brandy, Red Wine or Vodka. To take the chill off cold winter nights, it's served hot in cups with almonds (chopped or whole) and raisins added to each serving.

- Wassail #1
- Wassail #2

Wassail (pronounced "WAHS-AYL") originates from the Norse "ves heill", for "be in good health," is an old toast and the origin of this word. Wassail consists of ale or wine sweetened with sugar and flavored with spices and is one of the oldest traditions at Christmas time.

- Bisp

A Norwegian version of mulled wine. The name "Bisp" is Norwegian for "bishop" and it is given its name from the red color of the bishops cape.

- Mulled Wine
- Hot Mulled Cider #1
- Hot Mulled Cider #2
- Crockpot Mulled Cider

Mulled berverages are heated with various ingredients such as herbs, spices, fruit and sugar. The beverages most often infused in this fashion are wine, cider and beer.

- Irish Coffee
- Irish Coffee #2
- Irish Coffee #3
- Spanish Coffee
- Swedish Coffee
- Finlandia Coffee

All these drinks are hot coffee mixed with liquor, and sometimes spices. It is then served with cream, sometimes whipped, floated on top.

- Almond Chocolate Coffee
- Castillian Hot Chocolate
- Drinking Chocolate
- Hot Chocolate #1
- Hot Chocolate #2
- Hot Chocolate to Die for
- Hot Peppermint Chocolate
- Nuked Hot Chocolate
- Orange Scented Hot Chocolate
- Shocking Chocolate
- Spanish chocolate

Hot drinks usually made from chocolate and milk. Spices, coffee or fruit is sometimes added.

Chocolate comes from the tropical cocoa bean, Theobroma ("food of the gods") cacao. The Aztec king Montezuma so believed that chocolate was an aphrodisiac that he purportedly drank 50 golden goblets of it each day.

Others:
Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer and this drinking game eshould be something for Christmas.
Punches Punches and other party drinks from The Webtender collection.
Liqueurs Recipes for home-made liqueur.

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