festive holiday beverages

Festive holiday beverages

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festive holiday beveragesWhether you’re having friends over to your luxury apartment in Adams Crossing for a white elephant gift exchange or decorating your Christmas tree, your cup should never be empty. Try these delicious festive holiday beverages to keep you singing “fa la la la la” all season long!

Peppermint Hot Chocolate

peppermint hot chocolate

Courtesy of Jackie Riley and the Food Network

Nothing tastes more like Christmas than a mug full of piping hot chocolate. Whip this recipe up in 15 minutes.

Gingerbread Latte

gingerbread latte

Courtesy of McCormick®

Try this alternative to Starbucks’s holiday drink. It will warm you from head to toe!

Mulled Wine

mulled wine

Courtesy of Ali from Give Me Some Oven

Pour yourself a cup (or five) of this warm, cozy mulled wine. And it’s so pretty too!

Eggnog

eggnog

Courtesy of Maker’’s Mark® and the Cocktail Project

Eggnog — you either love it or you hate it. But if you love it, you will LOVE this recipe using Maker’s Mark’s® bourbon.

Spiced Apple Cider

spiced apple cider

Courtesy of Nancy Fuller and the Food Network

You might think of apple cider as more of a fall beverage, but it’s lovely in the winter too. Dress it up with brown sugar and spices in this recipe by Nancy Fuller.

Cranberry Sparkler

cranberry sparklers

Courtesy of Martha Stewart

Not everyone likes hot drinks, and that’s ok! So we threw in this equally festive drink just for you. It’s refreshing and looks almost like a holiday decoration.

What are your favorite festive holiday beverages? Share in the comments below!

Located in Waldorf, MD, Adams Crossing offers affordable luxury apartments ranging from two to three bedrooms. They’re the perfect to enjoy a yummy holiday beverage. Haven’t taken a tour of Adams Crossing yet? Schedule a tour with one of our property managers and check out the second phase of our development, Adams II.

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