New Warm Cocktails to Help Get Us Through Winter

New Warm Cocktails to Help Get Us Through Winter

With frigid temperatures and plenty of snow all across the Eastern seaboard, we're relying on hot cocktails to get us through this winter. While Irish Coffees and Hot Toddies are indispensable come wintertime, here are a few unique warm libations around NYC:
 
SQC Hot Chocolate at Butcher & Banker Head over to newly-opened Butcher & Banker for Chef Scott Campbell's famous hot chocolate. Starting with the traditional milk and cocoa powder, Chef Campbell takes it up a notch by adding rich Valrhona chocolate and his homemade infusion of fresh vanilla bean and bourbon. The Valrhona chocolate gives it a rich, thick texture while the bourbon adds that extra kick. We like to think of it as a "liquid chocolate truffle." 
 
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Hot Mulled Cider at Brooklyn Cider House Get your hot cider from the source! At newly-opened Brooklyn Cider House, they are also serving their hard cider mulled with added orange peel, cinnamon sticks, cloves, honey and a touch of butter for added richness.  
 
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Muir's Medley at P.S. Kitchen his twist on a hot toddy featuring rum, bourbon and whisky is elevated at the hands of Bar Manager Shawn Clayton-Patrick who makes the Muir's Medley with homemade sweet potato and pumpkin spice-infused bourbon, Rozelieurs Smoked Whisky, Black Sheriff Rum, and homemade vanilla and spice-infused Cider. This boozy winter beverage is sure to warm you up and give you a good buzz! 
 
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Vin Chaud at St. Tropez Warm up with mulled wine at charming new West Village restaurant and wine bar St. Tropez - the perfect place to snow gaze while feeling transported to the South of France. They're offering a housemade Vin Chaud  (French mulled wine) made with Cote du Rhone red wine, cinnamon, cognac, sugar and orange zest. 
 

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