Who says that you can only have frozen drinks during the months of summer? They can be enjoyed during the fall and with the right ingredients, even well into the winter season. It’s just a matter of getting creative on how you would make them in terms of the recipe and where you would be serving them as well. Here are some creative drinks and where you can serve them during the months of fall and winter.
Iced Chocolate, Strawberry and Whiskey Warm-Up
This one is all iced up but it is also something that will really warm up everybody. The drink can be a little rich though so you might feel full afterwards. What you need is some good drinking chocolate, dark chocolate for melting, fresh strawberries and a good bottle of whiskey. First prepare the drinking chocolate as you usually would with milk and cream. Take it off the stove and leave it to cool down. Start chopping up strawberries into tiny pieces, the size of which can be pulled through a straw. Stir this into the chocolate that has now cooled down. Let it cool down in the fridge for a while. Melt some dark chocolate and keep it ready. Just before serving, pour a shot of whiskey into each glass and then mix in the chocolate and strawberry drink. Drizzle the melted dark chocolate as a sauce on top and serve. It’s a great drink to even have at Christmas party venues Melbourne in the middle of winter!
Pineapple Peach and Vodka Slushy
It’s time to bring the exotic flavours of tropical fruits to the middle of winter. It’s a rather easy to make recipe that takes very little time and is a great, energizing welcome drink to be served at a winter ideal party venue in Melbourne as well. Use frozen peaches, a couple of frozen bananas and peach juice all slushed in with ice to make the peach slushy. Repeat the same replacing peach with pineapples for the pineapple slush. Get some tall glasses and pour in the pineapple slush first. After that, pour in the peach slush. You can turn this the other way around as well, if so preferred. Pour in a shot of vodka to each glass and serve with a cherry on top!
Coconut and Lime Margarita
Find yourself a good quality coconut water product and add lime juice to it so that the zest of the lime and the refreshing funky taste of the coconut sort of start to balance each other out. Next add tequila and triple sec along with ice and blend the whole mixture in well. Rim some margarita glasses with a bit of salt and pour in the ice cold concoction. Garnish with a wedge of lime and serve super chilled.