5 Holiday and Winter Cocktails to Get Merry With in Baltimore
Toast your friends and favorite Baltimore bartenders this winter with a glass filled with the festive nature of the holidays. Here are a few of the Baltimore cocktails available for the holiday season; may your cocktail of choice add some spice to your life.
Russian Bride at Myth and Moonshine: Made with Sloop Betty Organic Vodka, Kahlua and RumChata, the cinnamon, vanilla and coffee flavors trigger warm winter memories. Sip slowly while you watch the snow fall in the city this December ($10) (2300 Boston St.; 410-327-6455).
Orchard Punch at Fork and Wrench: Take a trip down Boston Street in Canton to visit this quality cocktail bar this winter. Taste test the Orchard Punch which features Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Crispin Hard Cider, Crabbie’s Ginger Beer and lime and is served over ice with a cinnamon sugar rim ($10) (2322 Boston St.; 443-759-9360).
Cider 1017 at The Food Market: The maple flavorings in this cocktail off the seasonal menu add the perfect amount of sweetness to the end of your meal. Your glass will be filled to the brim with a delicious mixture of Van Gogh Dutch Caramel Vodka, Green Mountain Maple Liquer, apple cider and muddled apples ($10) (1017 W 36th St.; 410-366-0606).
La Flama Blanca at Jack’s Bistro: Get out of the cold and into this off-the-square Canton bar this holiday season. This winter drink packs a punch with its jalapeno infused tequila mixed expertly with crème de cocoa, lemon, chocolate bitters and egg white ($9.50). (3123 Elliott St.; 410-878-6542).
Salted Caramel Apple Martini at Maisy’s: Caramel apples make a wonderful winter dessert and are even more fantastic poured into a glass. This cocktail is simple, made with Stoli Salted Caramel Vodka shaken with apple juice garnished with a caramel covered apple slice ($9) (313 N Charles St.; 443.220.0150).
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