It’s no secret that the residents of House of Current enjoy our, uh… “creative juices.” You can only imagine then how much we love seasonal drinks. And because we also love our friends, family, and really anyone who takes the time to read our blog, we want to share some of our favorites with you. We of course would rather share them with you on our patio, but baby it’s cold outside, so pop your head inside whenever you get thirsty for inspiration and/or libations. We may not technically have an alcohol license, but we do have creative license, and that’s all you need.
“A dear friend created this happy Holiday concoction, and my daughter named it the “Cozy”. It warms you up, heart and soul. CHEERS!”
“If a cocktail has a few of my “happy” words….I’m always in! In this Paper Plane recipe those words would be, Bourbon, Aperol and Coupe. (Coupe really gets me every time)
“Yes, it’s a mouthful. But to be fair, you’re going to want your mouth to be full of this one. I’ve been traveling a lot lately, meaning I’ve been eating lots of speculoos cookies (thanks, Delta). It’s honestly it’s the only reason I fly – and because my 3 basic needs are food, shelter, and coffee, I wanted to find a way to combine these two. Fortunately, the mixologists over at Pinterest had my back. Cold Brew Biscoff Iced Coffee (plus whiskey… always plus whiskey) is my holiday drink of choice. Morning, afternoon, or night. Yes, it’s cold. But firstly, we live in Georgia. And secondly, cold hands = a warm heart. Or at least that’s what my mom always said. And mother knows best!”
“As the only co-worker who keeps a heater under their desk (and blasts it regardless of season) a warm beverage only seemed fitting! Also being a huge fan of all things St. Germain, this boozy tea is the perfect way to warm the nose and toes.”
“Nothing like a refreshing twist on a drink that’s an old faithful of brunch goers nationwide. During the holidays, there’s nothing better than a fun cocktail to keep things festive. My family’s go to is the cranberry ginger sparkling cocktail. Just don’t let mom catch you drinking it anywhere near her white carpets…”