Cocktail recipes for bonfire night
Who needs fireworks when you have cocktails?
Bonfire night might not be the same as usual this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make the most of it. Cocktails are the ultimate way to celebrate on 5th of November if you can’t head out for fireworks and a bonfire in a local muddy park.
Whether you are spending lockdown with your family, housemates or partner, add a little spice to your Winter night, with warming cocktails that everyone will love.
Bonfire night cocktails
Whether you wanna opt for a warming boozy hot choc, or keep it crisp and simple with a Moscow Mule, we’ve got you covered. Find easy cocktail recipes, using ingredients you usually have have in your kitchen cupboard.
Spiced butter rum
If you want something warm and tasty for a cold winter night, then this buttered rum cocktail will be just up your street. All you will need is rum, butter, maple syrup and warm spices.
Salted caramel boozy hot choc
Made with milk chocolate, whole milk and a whole load of rum, this is the ULTIMATE way to warm yourself up on bonfire night. This cocktail is easy to make and can be made without rum for a virgin version.
Appleberry mulled wine
If you aren’t a fan of mulled wine, try making a little sweeter. This easy recipe includes red wine, cloudy apple, frozen berries, cinnamon and crisp red apples. It packs a punch and is full of autumnal flavours.
Spiced apple snap fizz
If you love a gin-based cocktail, then this sweet and tangy drink will be the one for you. Add Prosecco, cloudy apple and cinnamon for a refreshing and autumnal bonfire night cocktail.
What to wear for bonfire night?
If you are celebrating November 5th with family or housemates, you’ll probs wanna wrap up warm. Take a look at some of our cosy coats below, or read our full guide on what to wear for bonfire night.