3 Cocktails For Turkey Day & Beyond

Holiday season is here, folks, which means family, food, and — let's just face it — alcohol. So, when you've gobbled up every final bit of turkey and the last of the eggnog has been sipped, dare to spark a new tradition with Mama Walker's frosty cocktails. Inspired by quintessential home-cooked breakfast flavors, the fresh lineup of Mama Walker's liqueur stars flavors like blueberry pancake and maple bacon, mmm.
The recipes ahead include charming, seasonal concoctions like Caroler's Punch and A Dark Winter's Night, which are sure to entice even the Scrooge in your group. And, if an overdose of family time isn't your thing, these festive sippers will give you something to truly be thankful for this year.
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Frosty-the-Blue-MojitoPhoto: Courtesy of Mama Walker's.
Frosty the Blue Mojito
2 parts Mama Walker’s™ Blueberry Pancake
6 to 8 blueberries
10 fresh mint leaves
1 part simple syrup
½ of lime, cut into wedges
Club soda
Muddle the mint, blueberries, lime wedges, and simple syrup in a shaker.
Add Mama Walker’s™ Blueberry Pancakes and ice. Shake.
Strain into a highball glass with fresh ice. Top with club soda.
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Garnish with blueberries on skewer, if preferred.
A-Dark-Winter's-NightPhoto: Courtesy of Mama Walker's.
A Dark Winter’s Night
2 parts Mama Walker’s™ Glazed Donut
½ part Kahlúa®
Add ingredients to shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled shot glass to serve.
Carolers'-Morning-PunchPhoto: Courtesy of Mama Walker's.
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Carolers’ Morning Punch
1 part Mama Walker’s™ Maple Bacon
1 part fresh orange juice
Sparkling wine
Add Mama Walker’s™ Maple Bacon and orange juice in shaker with ice and shake.
Strain into champagne flute and top with sparkling wine.
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