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12 Winter Cocktails to Warm You From the Inside Out

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Head on over to Glass House in Cambridge for this spicy Apple Cider Mule made with Tito's vodka, apple cider and ginger beer.
A part of the "Black Card Cocktail menu" at Wink & Nod in the South End, the Death or Glory is for the bravest of heart! Made with Russell's Reserve Small Batch Bourbon, Aperol and Carpano Antica in a cedar wood smoked glass.
The Adult Hot Chocolate at OAK Long Bar + Kitchen is a delectable twist on a childhood favorite. With Godiva chocolate liqueur, Stoli vanilla and house-made peppermint marshmallow, this rich cocktail is sure to be a hit! You can find OAK Long Bar + Kitchen in Back Bay.
Escape to the tropics with a Sig Sour at Citizen Public House in the Fenway! With grilled pineapple, coconut rum and herbaceous Jager, this winter pina colada will warm you up in no time.
This Snow Cap Martini from 75 on Liberty Wharf in the Seaport District is perfect for chilly days. The cocktail delivers creamy, sweet heat with a blend of RumChata and Jack Daniels Honey with a cinnamon graham cracker rim.
Eastern Standard in Kenmore Square offers the World's End Toddy, inspired by a traditional winter favorite: mulled wine. It gets its name from the World's End peninsula near Hingham Harbor just south of Boston. The cocktail consists of Graham’s Six Grapes Ruby Port, fresh lemon juice, a touch of smokey Laphroaig 10-year scotch, Demerara, angostura bitters and is topped with hot water, a lemon and grated cinnamon.
You can find this wintry take on a summer classic at Franklin Cafe in the South End! The Winter Spritz is made by switching out Aperol for sherry and adding herbal notes of Becherovka, a liqueur from the Czech Republic, and a house-made bay leaf simple syrup.
This warm cocktail is just what you need to beat the winter slump! Green Briar Pub in Brighton offers the Doctor's Orders, made of Irish whiskey, Barry's Hot Tea, lemon and honey.
Missing the sun? Our Fathers in Allston has the perfect remedy: the Jack Feeney, a cocktail with gin, grapefruit and wintry cranberry and orange.
You can try this incredible hot toddy at The Hawthorne in Kenmore Square! This winter classic cocktail is made of Great King Street Glasgow Blend scotch, honey syrup, fresh lemon juice and Angostura.
Lack of sun got you feeling sleepy? Head on over to McGreevy's in Back Bay for this classic Irish coffee, which is made of Jameson, frangelico, amaretto and finished with a nutmeg shamrock.
You'll be feeling the warm beaches of Brazil with Little Donkey's Sao Paulo After Party cocktail. Aged cachaca gives the cocktail distinct woody and warming spice notes, while benedictine and green chartreuse bring in an herbal component and vanilla and a star anise pod cap it all off.
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