10 Cocktails to Drink this Holiday Season

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Mint mixed with vodka and martini glasses
Black currant nectar and empty shot glasses
Drunk Christmas caroling with friends who can’t sing
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We might have rhymed “glasses” with “glasses” there, but it’s the holidays and you shouldn't be judging. This time of year can get stressful, what with all the presents to buy, family members to avoid, and parties to plan or attend. We can't help you out with those first two problems, but we can help you out in the party department. Whether you are throwing a classy cocktail event or attending your college friend's tacky Christmas house party, we've got you covered drink-wise. 




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