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Christmas Drinks (alcoholic) from Around the Globe

Now here is a fun holiday infographic!  Direct from Kringle’s Bar at the North Pole is Christmas Drinks from Around the Globe, brought to us this holiday season by Treetopia.com.

Santa’s been throwing ’em back for a few centuries and has zipped around the world a thousand times, which has been plenty of time to pick up some wicked Christmas cocktail recipes. In this infographic from Treetopia are some of his favorite mixed drinks he’s collected from around the globe - complete with easy-to-follow mixing instructions. More than just your father’s traditional eggnog recipe!

Whether you have family coming to your house, or you’re going to visit family, you will probably have the opportunity to try one of these recipes out in the next couple of weeks.  Although, some of these recipes are a little more complicated than just mix & serve.

I love the color-coded pie charts to show the main ingredient proportions, especially the peppermint swirls in Candy Cane Eggnog.  The cocktail glass illustrations can be misleading though, since the eggnog recipe actually makes almost a gallon of nog.  What a fun idea for a Christmas infographic!

Thanks to Greg for sending in the link!

Please don’t drink and sleigh!

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Reader Comments (2)

Very appetizing drinks. Some tend to experiment when it comes to their drinks. Some even add ingredients you can't imagine. It's a case to case basis.
December 22, 2011 | Unregistered Commenteruk immigration lawyer
Althought I really liked the inforgraphic. The fact that we have sunrise on Christmas is not thrue at all. Sorry. :( iN FACT WE HAVE POCHE DE FRUTAS instead. But ponche wich has its roots on the hindi tradition pãč. Our ponche it is actually called ponche de frutas and it contains apples, prune, cinnamon, guava ....
February 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMexican for sure.
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