Popular apres-ski drinks
Hot Toddy - A hot toddy is a mixture of a spirit (usually whiskey, rum, or brandy), boiling water, and honey (or, in some recipes, sugar). Additional ingredients such as cloves, a lemon slice or cinnamon (in stick or ground form) are often also added. The drink can also be made with tea instead of water.
Mulled Wine/ Vin Chaud - Made with red wine and various mulling spices. It is served hot or warm and may be alcoholic or non-alcoholic. It is a traditional drink during winter, especially around Christmas and New Year.
Irish Coffee - Pour piping hot coffee into warmed glass until it is about 3/4 full. Add the brown sugar and stir until completely dissolved. Blend in Irish whiskey. Top with a collar of the whipped heavy cream by pouring gently over back of spoon.
Hot Buttered Rum - Hot buttered rum is a mixed drink containing rum, butter, hot water or cider, a sweetener, and various spices (usually cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves).
Tom and Jerry - A Tom and Jerry is a traditional Christmastime cocktail in the United States, devised by British journalist Pierce Egan in the 1820s. It is a variant of eggnog with brandy and rum added and served hot, usually in a mug or a bowl.
Peppermint Patty Shooter - The Peppermint Patty is a popular creamy mint-chocolate shot that can be made in a variety of ways. Whether you use peppermint schnapps or creme de menthe, creme de cacao or chocolate vodka, or simply want to mix it up in your own mouth, there are plenty of options available.
Fireball - Fireball Cinnamon Whisky is a cinnamon-flavored whisky-based liqueur produced by the Sazerac Company. Its foundation is Canadian whisky, and the taste otherwise resembles the candy with a similar name, Ferrara Candy Company's "Atomic Fireball" candy.
Spiced Apple Cider - Spiced Apple Cider is made of, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and orange slices. Cooked until hot and strained into mugs to enjoy after a day on the slopes.
Mulled Wine / Vin Chaud
Jager Bombs - A shot of Jägermeister dropped into Red Bull/ beer creates a Jägerbomb. The Jägerbomb is a bomb shot mixed drink that was originally mixed by dropping a shot ofJägermeister into a glass of Red Bull or other energy drinks.
Fernet Branca - Fernet is made from a number of herbs and spices which vary according to the brand, but usually include myrrh, rhubarb, chamomile, cardamom, aloe, and especially saffron, with a base of grape distilled spirits, and colored with caramel coloring.
Vodka and Monster - Vodka and monster energy drink.
Brew Age, Hopfenauflauf - Brew Age Hopfenauflauf a American Pale Ale beer by Brew Age, a brewery in Vienna.
Sturm - Sturm is actually semi-fermented grape juice from the first grape harvest of the season. It's low in alcohol and marks the official start of autumn for many locals.
Stiegl - Stiegl Goldbräu is mild at the first sip with a full-bodied taste.
Weissbier (Hefeweizen) - Weizenbier, short Weizen: "Weizen" is German for "wheat". These terms are used in the western (Baden-Württemberg) and northern German regions forWeißbier. Hefeweißbier or Hefeweizen: "Hefe" is the German word for yeast, added to indicate that the beeris bottle-conditioned (unfiltered) and thus might have sediment.
Schnapps - Schnapps is a "strong alcoholic drink resembling gin and often flavored with fruit.
Jägermeister - Jägermeister is an herbal, bitter liqueur from Germany made of a secret blend of over 50 herbs, fruits and spices.
Flugel - Party drink with red vodka. It first took off in the après-ski bars and then found its way to partygoers at discotheques, clubs and festivals.
Spezi - a soft drink made with cola, orange soda and a little bit of orange and/or lemon juice. Let's take the idea of the American Fanta or Orange Crush right out of your head because German orange soda (and their Fanta) is much more like a carbonated orange juice.
Rakia - Plum and grape rakia are sometimes mixed with other ingredients, such as herbs, honey, sour cherries and walnuts, after distillation.
Oblak - Mastika can be sipped mixed with chilled ayran or even injected inside a watermelon using a syringe. The classic mastika cocktail, however, is called Oblak.
Kokanee Beer - Kokanee is a beer brewed at the Columbia Brewery in Creston, British Columbia. Columbia Brewery began brewing Kokanee lager in 1959 and was purchased by the Labatt Brewing Company in 1974.
Canadian Club Rye Whiskey - A giant of Canadian whisky, created in 1858 and spending six long years in oak before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour. Smooth and sweet, slightly spicy and woody with undertones of zest and vanilla.
Yukon Jack - Yukon Jack is a liqueur advertised as the "Black sheep of Canadian Liquors". It is a 100 proof (in USA) or 80 proof (in Canada) drink, made from Canadian whisky and honey. The taste is sweeter than straight whisky and bourbon, due to the honey that is added.
The Caesar - Caesar Cocktail recipe. Line the rim of a glass with salt and pepper. Over ice, add vodka, fill with clamato juice, then add the remaining ingredients. Garnish with a celery stick.
Kossu - Vodka - is the most common clear spirit drink (38%) in Finland.
Koskenkorva - Koskenkorva Vodka is a premium vodka.
Strom - a Finnish attempt at a super-premium vodka.
Salmiakki-Kossu - salmiakkikossu consists of Koskenkorva Viina vodka and ground up Turkish Pepper brand salty liquorice.
Suomi Salmari - Finnish Salty Licorice Vodka
Pantteri - Built in shot glass. Banaanilikööri the bottom, which is poured onto a spoon aid of salmiakkikossu. Whipped cream on top to decorate drinks.
Terva snapsi - Terva Snapsi, a liquor made with pine tar – that has a smokey flavor.
Jaloviina - Cut brandy is a liquor made of brandy, neutral grain spirit and water.
Fisu - Fisu is a finnish drink, made with vodka and fishermans friends mints.
Salmiakki - Salty liquorice, also known assalmiak or salmiakki (in Finland), is a variety of liquorice flavoured with ammonium chloride.
Minttu - Koskenkorva Minttu is a fresh and cool strong mint liqueur.
Beer - Lapin Kulta, Karjala, Olvi, Koff and Karhu.
Vin Chaud - Mulled wine is a beverage of European origins usually made with red wine along with various .... In France, vin chaud ("hot wine") typically consists of red wine mixed with honey, cinnamon, and orange.
Demi-peche - Shandy is beer mixed with a soft drink, such as carbonated lemonade, ginger beer, ginger ale, ... In France, a demi-peche combines French beer and a shot of peach syrup.
Génépi - Genepi liqueur is related to absinthe in that its namesake botanicals are of the Artemisia genus, but like Chartreuse, it is a liqueur (contains sugar) and traditionally taken neat. It is less sweet than many digestifs, and the flavor imparted by the herbs is reminiscent of chamomile or feverfew. It is naturally light olive to pale gold in color.
Chartreuse - Green Chartreuse (110 proof or 55%) is a naturally green liqueur made from 130 herbs and plants macerated in alcohol and steeped for about 8 hours. A last maceration of plants gives its colour to the liqueur. Yellow Chartreuse (80 proof or 40%), which has a milder and sweeter flavour and aroma.
10/80 - Start with an empty pint glass, add half a bottle of white wine, and then a shot of any syrup you like (our personal favourite is a 50/50 mix of raspberry and lemon). Top it up with soda or lemonade and you have a rather lethal cocktail.
Toffee Vodka - A perfect, subtle combination of creamy toffee against ice-cold vodka.
Caffé Corretto - Caffè corretto consists of a shot of espresso with a small amount of liquor, usually grappa, and sometimes sambuca or brandy. It is also known (outside Italy) as an "espressocorretto".
Aperol Spritz - The Spritz (German: "splash" / "sparkling", also called Spritz Veneziano or just Veneziano) is awine-based cocktail commonly served as an aperitif in Northeast Italy. The drink is prepared withprosecco wine, a dash of some bitter liqueur such as Aperol, Campari, Cynar, or, especially inVenice, with Select.
Bombardino - An egg liqueur with rum for those relaxing hours in a mountain hut or at home. Quick and easy to prepare, impressive on the palate.
Akvavit - Commonly seen flavours are caraway, cardamom, cumin, anise, fennel, and lemon or orange peel. Dill and grains of paradise are also used. The Danish distillery Aalborg makes an akvavit distilled with amber.
Coors - Thanks to its Rocky Mountain heritage, uncompromising brewing standards and its dedication to ice cold refreshment, Coors Light is one of the fastest growing light beers around the world.
Tuaca - The liqueur is sweet and golden brown in color. Its ingredients include brandy, essence of orange, and vanilla. Vanilla is the dominant flavor.
Margarita - Shake the other ingredients with ice, then carefully pour into the glass. The margarita is a cocktail consisting of tequila, triple sec and lime or lemon juice, often served with salt on the rim of the glass.