Candy Cane Christmas Cocktail

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This may not be a normal Christmas for most of us this year. We are being asked not to hold parties and be with extended families. Hopefully, we can still find some time to celebrate the Holidays. I’m sure all of you have your dinners precisely planned, but do you have your Christmas cocktails?

Candy Cane Christmas Cocktail

Today I have a Candy Cane Christmas Cocktail for you. Not only does it look fun and festive, but it is also fun to look at. PLUS… it is easy to make. You know I can’t have anything on my site that isn’t easy 🙂

Yield: 1- 8 oz glass

Candy Cane Christmas Cocktail

Candy Cane Christmas Cocktail

The candy cane Christmas cocktail is the BEST holiday drink to serve this year!

Prep Time 2 minutes
Additional Time 3 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • Ice
  • 1 oz bourbon
  • 1 oz spiced rum
  • 1/2 oz cinnamon liqueur
  • 2 oz tart cherry juice
  • 3 oz 7UP
  • 2 tbsp. Simple syrup
  • Holiday candy sprinkles

Instructions

On a small plate or bowl add your simple syrup

On a separate small plate or bowl add your candy sprinkles.

Dip the rim of your glass into the simple syrup and then the candy sprinkles.

Set to the side.

Add the bourbon, rum, cinnamon liquor, and cherry juice in a cocktail shaker.

Shake to combine.

Pour into your cocktail ice-filled glasses.

Top with 7up

Notes

This candy cane Christmas cocktail is one that will be enjoyed year after year. You will want to save this recipe!

Did you make this recipe?

Please leave a comment on the blog or share a photo on Pinterest

Where do you find recipes and suggestions for new recipes for your mixed drinks and cocktails? I tend to ask Michael, he was a bartender in Chicago for years part-time. I still always check The Cocktail Project, I LOVE that site!

Have you checked out my spiked peppermint hot chocolate? I think you will enjoy it too!

I hope that you will soon consider this candy cane Christmas cocktail one of your easy Christmas cocktails to turn to!

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29 thoughts on “Candy Cane Christmas Cocktail

  • the candy cane is a great touch

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  • This does sound like a great holiday cocktail. I think my husband would really like it.

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  • This looks like something my husband and I might want to try!

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    • Hannah,
      I bet you both enjoy it 🙂 Let me know!

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  • I’m really not a big fan of mint or peppermint. But this drink looks and sounds delicious! And I’m looking forward to trying it soon.

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  • We’ll definitely have to try this one this year! It’s not even the holidays and I already want a drink, as a non drinker. lol

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    • It’s not even noon and I’d like a drink right now, lol. I’m having ONE OF THOSE DAYS

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  • This sounds great and it look so pretty!

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    • It is a pretty drink (and it tastes great)

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  • Sounds like a great holiday drink.

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    • It is, I love the candy cane added in it 🙂

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  • I love rum cocktails, and this looks perfect for the season. I am looking forward to making this four our holiday party. I will pin the recipe.

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    • Awesome! Let me know how you like it 🙂

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  • Looks delicious, will try.

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  • That’s a very festive Christmas drink. I like peppermint.

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  • Merry Christmas! This does look very festive!

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    • Merry Christmas! It does, doesn’t it? I love it.

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  • This does sound very good, I don’t have too many drinks, but I would love to try making this one!

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    • I know, it just so “Christmasy” and it truly is tasty.

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  • Yes please! This would put me to sleep early so Santa could get here faster! Thanks for sharing this idea!!

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    • Well, it would be great if Santa got here a “little faster”, lol 🙂

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  • This sounds great, thanks for sharing with us and Merry Christmas.

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    • You’re welcome! Merry Christmas to you too 🙂

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