5 Festive Drinks for Christmas Day
This entry was posted on 11th December 2015.
We have found 5 of the best festive drinks for you to enjoy on Christmas Day.
We have something for everyone to enjoy, whether your a coffee lover, enjoy a spicy Chai or prefer to indulge with
a dreamy hot chocolate.
2 pumps Sweetbird Gingerbread syrup
This delicious winter favourite is sure to bring a smile to your face.
A super simple recipe that will warm you up from head to toe, quick and easy to make and tastes divine what more can you ask for.
Add 2 pumps of Sweetbird Gingerbread syrup to a glass or cup. Pour the double espresso on top and fill with steamed milk. Simple!
For an extra special treat sprinkle with crushed ginger biscuits and finish with yummy ginger truffles.
2 Pumps Sweetbird Chocolate Mint Syrup
This unforgettable mocha is the perfect after dinner treat. Mix coffee, chocolate and mint to make this refreshing palate pleaser… a great twist on the after dinner mint.
Pump the syrup to a glass or cup. Add the double espresso and fill up with foamy milk.
You could serve with generous amounts of whipped cream and broken pieces of your favourite minty chocolate. Why not try Terry’s Twilight Mint Crisps.
For a lighter alternative scoop the foam and sprinkle with chocolate instead of using whipped cream. Then simply sit back and enjoy!
This winter warmer will go down a treat with Chia lovers. The fragrant mixture of Chai spices and chilli is irresistibly good.
Combine the Sweetbird Chai and Sweetbird Chilli syrup in a mug, top with steamed milk and stir. Sprinkle some cinnamon or chocolate on top and enjoy. Spicy!
Non-alcoholic Irish Coffee
3 Pumps Sweetbird Irish Cream Syrup
Cold double or whipping cream
If you're fond of a little tipple at Christmas but your not able to drink for what ever reason. Then you will enjoy this non-alcoholic Irish coffee.
Whip the cream until bubbles disappear and it starts to form ribbons. Place in the fridge to stay cold. Combine the Sweetbird Irish Cream Syrup with the hot espresso in a glass or mug.
Remove the cream from the fridge, whisk once, then using the back of a spoon pour it on top or your coffee. Sprinkle nutmeg over the top and serve.
You could always add a dash of Irish Whiskey if you like!
Orange Hot Chocolate
This recipe is for those with more of a sweet tooth who like to indulge at Christmas. Supper simple to make and tastes delicious.
Combine the Sweetbird Chocolate Sauce and Sweetbird Orange Syrup in a festive mug, then simply add hot milk.
Pop in some wafer rolls in place of a stirrer and top with marshmallows.