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Updated December 24th, 2023 at 11:49 IST

Ginger punch and more, unique Christmas beverages for a delightful festive feast

Planning to throw a festive feast? Here are a few beverages that you can try.

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Christmas beverages for a delightful festive feast | Image:Unsplash
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It is that time of the year where you get to party your heart out. It is finally the time for a Christmas feast and devouring your favourite food. Good food accompanied by even better drinks is what makes a Christmas feast memorable. Here are a few Christmas beverages that you can include in your feast to satisfy the foodie inside of you. 

French style hot chocolate with coffee

Nothing goes better on Christmas than a rich hot chocolate filled with the goodness of cocoa. It’s even better when you add a dash of coffee to it. For this recipe all you need to do is add an espresso shot to your regular hot chocolate. This cocoa and coffee rich drink is nothing less than an exception. 

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Ginger cup punch

Nothing better than a ginger drink on a Christmas feast. This non-alcoholic beverage requires you to add some cucumber, mint, ginger, apple and cinnamon flavours to your lemonade. More like a citrusy Christmas delight - this will become your go-to recipe. 

Nutmeg and orange coffee

This drink serves as the best after-dinner beverage. Try this blend with nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon and orange zest. It can also serve as a great drink for a hungover morning. 

Non alcoholic Christmas punch

A punch but make it non-alcoholic? Challenge accepted and served well. You can create this fruity Christmas punch for any festive gathering. Create it in a massive jug and it will last throughout the day. During winter, you can add some spices to it to give it that unique flavour. 

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Chai latte

Not a coffee person? It’s fine. You can try this chai drink with the richness of traditional flavours. It can easily be made at home. All you need to do is use regular spices like cinnamon and cardamom to recreate tea with a western blend. 

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Published December 24th, 2023 at 11:49 IST

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