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Cheers to the North Pole: Crafting Arctic-Inspired Cocktails for Winter

Enjoy the winter chill with a selection of Arctic-inspired cocktails, perfect for cosy evenings or festive gatherings. Here are six frosty concoctions inspired by the icy beauty of the North Pole:

Helan Singh

February 03, 2024



Capture the essence of the Arctic sky with the Snowflake Martini. Blend ice, pineapple juice, blue curacao, Smirnoff Vodka, and cream of coconut. Rim the glasses with coconut flakes for a snow-covered edge, creating a magical drink reminiscent of the snowy slopes.


2. Sex on a Snowbank Cocktail: Tropical Meets Polar

Experience a tropical breeze in a snowy landscape with the Sex on a Snowbank Cocktail. Mix Captain Morgan White Rum, cream of coconut, and pineapple juice for a delightful contradiction—tropical flavours meeting wintry vibes, perfect for dreaming of the beach on a cold night.


3. Jamaican Rum Snow Cocktail

For a warmer treat, indulge in the Jamaican Rum Snow Cocktail. Heat heavy cream, chocolate chips, and cinnamon, then blend with Captain Morgan Dark Rum, caramel, and freshly brewed coffee. Serve over clean snow in a martini glass for a rich, decadent drink bringing Jamaican warmth to frosty evenings.


4. Arctic Ice Winter Cocktail

Opt for refreshment with the Icy Winter Cocktail. Combine Smirnoff Vodka, blue curacao, and lemon juice for a crisp and refreshing drink, ideal for lively winter parties or as a pick-me-up on chilly days.


5. Creamy Dreams with White Rumchata

Indulge in a creamy, comforting concoction with White Rumchata. Mix Captain Morgan White Rum with dairy cream, cinnamon, and vanilla extract. Shake it for a smooth, velvety drink garnished with nutmeg powder for an Arctic snow bite with a spicy side.


6. Toast to Winter's Beauty

From the visually stunning Snowflake Martini to the comforting Jamaican Rum Snow Cocktail, each drink offers a creative way to welcome the winter season. Raise a glass to the beauty and stillness of winter as the nights get longer and the air gets colder.