Cheerwine has teamed up with mixologists across the Triad, Triangle, and Charlotte areas to help promote their Holiday Cheerwine Punch. They asked mixing pros to create a cocktail and a mocktail that incorporated this yummy, holiday beverage.
The Dram & Draught team loves made-in-North Carolina Cheerwine, so when Dram & Draught co-founder Kevin Barrett was asked to create a cocktail of his own for the promotion, he could not wait to get started. Kevin would like to thank Cheerwine for this sweet opportunity and he hopes you enjoy this “holiday party in a glass”!
The best part of the cocktails that Kevin made with the Holiday Cheerwine Punch is that you can make them at home! Check out the recipes and where you can find the main ingredient – Holiday Cheerwine Punch – below.
“Visions of Sugar Plums” – Cocktail
1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice
1/2 oz. Pavan Liqueur de France
1 1/4 oz. Social House North Carolina Vodka
Add and shake, strain over ice into a Collins glass and top with Cheerwine Holiday Punch, approximately 4 ounces.
Looking for a way to make it non-alcoholic? We have you covered!
“Visions of Sugar Plums” – Mocktail
3/4 oz. fresh lemon juice
3/4 oz. homemade grenadine
Pour into a Collins glass over ice and top with Cheerwine Holiday Punch, approximately 6 ounces.
About Holiday Cheerwine Punch
Cheerwine is a family-owned soft drink company from North Carolina. Every year for the holidays, they bring back their Cheerwine Punch. This holiday drink is only available until December 31! Cheerwine Holiday Punch combines the one-of-a-kind flavor of Cheerwine with Ginger Ale and Pineapple Juice. This smooth and refreshing Cheerwine Holiday Punch has been a family recipe for generations and it is now available in a ready to serve two-liter bottle.
You can find the limited edition Holiday Cheerwine Punch at grocery stores around the Triangle and Triad, or you can order it online at Cheerwine.com.
In addition to the Holiday Cheerwine Punch, Cheerwine has lots of gifts for the soda fans in your family including glass bottles, ornaments, kitchen towels, blankets, drinking glasses, t-shirts, and more.
Give the cocktail a try and visit Cheerwine.com for more recipes. Happy Holidays!