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Alcoholic or not, holiday drinks bring cheer

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These days, cocktails are often smartly composed drinks, bearing little resemblance to such old standbys as scotch on the rocks or rum and Coke. Those who want to skip the alcohol shouldn’t be left out of the chance to sip on something tasty, though. The concept of the mocktail has gotten increasingly popular in recent years, giving people more drink options than ever.

Holiday Cocktails and Mocktails

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These days, cocktails are often smartly composed drinks, bearing little resemblance to such old standbys as scotch on the rocks or rum and Coke. The concept of the mocktail has gotten increasingly popular in recent years, giving people more drink options than ever.

Bourbon and Fig Cocktail

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We all know the classic line, “Now bring us some figgy pudding,” but you’ll be singing “Now bring us some bourbon fig cocktails” as soon as you try this recipe. We can’t resist a good fig cocktail around the holidays. Use vanilla cream soda instead of bourbon for a non-alcoholic version that can be enjoyed by all.

The Cosmopolitan

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We can’t talk about holiday cocktails without mentioning the cosmo. It’s chock full of cranberry juice and tasty citrus, giving it the perfect color and flavor for a holiday bash. Replace the vodka with some sparkling water to make it a mocktail.

Cranberry Caipirinha

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Cranberries instantly add a holiday edge to any cocktail. We love this new spin on the classic Brazilian drink, appropriately festive with its bright colors, too. To make it a mocktail, swap out the cachaça for ginger ale or lemon/lime soda.

Hot Buttered Rum

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This hot beverage is perfect for warming up. To make it a mocktail, simply omit the rum from the mix and add either water or cider.

Pomegranate Mulled Wine

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Mulled wine is almost mandatory at a holiday party. The cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg add a perfect spice and the pomegranate juice is an excellent holiday twist. For a virgin version, make a batch with apple cider instead.

The Prosecco Pomegranate Spritzer

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Prosecco is a great sparkling wine that really jazzes up any cocktail. Mix it — or sparkling cider for the mocktail version — with some pomegranate juice for a fancy, holiday twist on a classy beverage.

Raspberry Cooler

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Be sure to have plenty of this drink on hand for your holiday party. There’s no alcohol, making it kid-friendly, and it’s filled with fresh raspberry purée, so it’s got a great sweet tart flavor. Want an “adult” version? Add some vodka.

Rittenhouse Inn Wassail Punch

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Wassail is a traditional holiday cocktail. It’s warm, sweet, and spicy, perfect for the cold season — just replace the bourbon and add more cider for a version friendly for all.

Red Wine Spritzer

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Wine spritzers were a bit of a joke for a long time, known as that cheesy drink your mom might have sipped at parties. But now that the public is more familiar with wine than ever, this cocktail is exciting again. It can also be enjoyed using sparkling grape juice.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


Our Favorite Holiday Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Winter is here, which means creamy, nutty cocktails and mocktails are back on the menu. There are few things that pair as well with the winter holidays as well as a milk -based cocktail, but for those who are sensitive to dairy or vegan, these types of cocktails are usually off limits. And if you ask us, cocktails taste better with oat milk than with dairy. They are more refreshing than heavy. And more nutty than milky. The oat milk brings out the flavors of our favorite fall and winter spices.

Below are our five favorite winter oat milk cocktails, which all work beautifully as mocktails without the alcohol.

There’s a warming turmeric based hot toddy, ‘Turms of Endearment’ and a chilled Oat Milk Cafe Olé with reposado tequila.

For those looking to go more retro, we’ve got an Oat Milk White Russian and Oat Milk Brandy Alexander .

This recipe was created by Antanas Samkus from the Beatrice Inn in New York City.

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Ingredients:

Oat Milk ‘Cafe Olé’ Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a shaker and add ice

Shake hard and strain into chilled cocktail glass

Garnish with 3 espresso beans and enjoy.

This recipe was created by Oliver Holt, bartender from NYC

Turms of Endearment Ingredients:

Turms of Endearment Instructions:

In a small saucepan, gently heat the oat milk on low heat and add turmeric. Stir constantly so that the turmeric dissolves but the mixture doesn’t burn, about 4-5 minutes.

Take off the heat and stir in Cynar and scotch.

Taste and check for sweetness, and add a drizzle of honey if desired. T

aking care not to spill and dye everything yellow, pour into a heat-proof drinking vessel. Grate star anise over and enjoy immediately.

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Ingredients:

Oat Milk Brandy Alexander Instructions:

And if you want to try it as a simple mocktail, just go for the oat milk on ice with nutmeg, or your favorite winter spice blend.

Oat Milk White Russian

Oat Milk White Russian Ingredients:

1 oz Coffee Liquor (we love St. George from New Orleans, or you can use Kahlua)

Sprinkle of nutmeg (optional)

Oat Milk White Russian Instructions:

Pour vodka and Kahlúa over ice

This drink is also delicious without the booze. At events, Willa’s Oat Milk on ice with a touch of nutmeg has been a hit!

Oat Milk Chai Blossom

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Ingredients:

1oz. Orange Juice (roughly an orange or less)

1Tbsp simple syrup or real maple syrup

Oat Milk Chai Blossom Instructions:

Combine cognac, rum, orange juice (fresh squeezed from an orange, if possible), Dona Chai Masala Chai , Willa’s Oat Milk , and syrup (we used real maple syrup) in a shaker with ice. Shake 30 seconds or until cold.


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