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  • Writer's pictureNicola McCabe

Warming Winter Cocktails in the Hot Tub

glasses of winter cocktails on a snow-covered table

Winter, Warm Cocktails and Hot Tubs - perfect combination

Having your own hot tub means that you can kick back and relax in the warm, invigorating water all year round. If sitting outside on a cold winter's evening doesn't appeal to you much, perhaps these winter warmer cocktails will help to change your mind. But whether you are planning to spend time in the hot tub, or inviting a few friends round, like all good cub scouts, you should Be Prepared.

Key ingredients

When it comes to making cocktails always try to follow the recipes and not skip any of the ingredients. Give yourself plenty of time to gather everything together, including suitable drinking vessels, because you don't want to be hunting through cupboards and drawers when you have a pan of alcohol warming on the stove. Make sure you have got all the ingredients. It doesn't have to be branded spirits, but don't buy the cheapest ones either.

Check out the video below for 4 great warming cocktail recipes.

If you want to save these boozy recipes to your 'Favourites' then here are the links for each one. I love that most of these can be done in the slow-cooker. How great is that? That just takes them to another totally stress-free level, especially if you are preparing a big Christmas dinner !

Simple and tasty

We found some delicious, warm, non-alcoholic drinks as well. Just as tasty, simple to make, and perfect for snuggling down in front of the TV and watching all your favourite Christmas movies. Or for taking outside and supping in the hot tub with friends.

Warm wishes

Wherever you are and whatever you are doing this holiday season Hot Tubs In France sends you our best and warmest wishes for a very happy holiday and lots of festive family fun.

warming winter cocktail recipes from hot tubs in france

If you're interested in owning your own hot tub, sauna or ice bath get in touch. Call us direct on FR: 0749 19 46 84, UK: 07845 754049, or email

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