Ways to Enjoy Your Festive Liqueur
Looking for ways to enjoy your festive liqueur?
Find new & inspiring ideas.
What Can I Do with my Festive Liqueur
Whilst our Christmas Liqueur is one of the best liqueurs to drink straight, there are many ways to enjoy this festive treat. With a natural affinity to chocolate and coffee, the Wiltshire Liqueur Christmas Liqueur is hugely versatile.
From cakes to cocktails, read on to find new and inspiring ways to use this creamy, dreamy, delicious yuletide tipple.
If you are looking for creative cocktail ideas with a creamy festive twist, here are a few of our favourites.
Put 1 part vodka, 1 part Kalua, 1 part Christmas Liqueur and 1 part double cream into an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into an ice-filled glass. Layer or drizzle with chocolate syrup and cream for an extra treat.
Festive Chocolate Martini
Put 1 part vodka, 2 parts crème de cocoa, 2 parts Christmas Liqueur and 1 part double cream into an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into an ice-filled glass. For extra Christmas cheer, top with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles and a festive candy cane.
Festive Doughnut Shot
Fill half a shot glass with Chambord. Place a spoon in the glass with the tip against the inside of the glass. Slowly pour Christmas Liqueur into the top of the glass. The two liqueurs should stay separate, but when you down the shot taste, the tastes collide for a festive doughnut sensation.
TIP: If cocktails aren’t your thing, a drizzle of Christmas Liqueur in your coffee or hot chocolate adds a cheeky festive twist to an everyday drink.
Cooking with Christmas Liqueur
Fans of this satisfyingly smooth liqueur love to drizzle it over mince pies or splash it over their Christmas puddings for an ultimate decadent festive treat. Here are a few more ways to get creative in the kitchen with our Christmas Liqueur.
Festive chocolate frosting.
Mix 70g butter, 4 tbsp cocoa powder, 3 tbsp Christmas liqueur and 220g sieved icing sugar. Perfect for a yule log or Christmas chocolate muffins.
Add Christmas Liqueur to creative Christmas ice cream sundaes alongside nuts, pretzels, sprinkles, and sauces
Festive chocolate trifle.
Fill the bottom of a dessert dish with slices of chocolate cake (shop-bought or stale is fine). Drizzle 5 to 6 measures of Christmas Liqueur and leave to soak. Top with toffee or caramel sauce and layers of custard, cream or more cake. Chill, top with whipped cream, chocolate chips and enjoy.
A few more Christmas Cooking Ideas
If chocolate brownies are your idea of heaven, look at our gooey, squidgy Christmas Brownie recipe >>
Festive Millionaires Shortbread
Millionaires shortbread made with a good fat juicy layer of Christmas Liqueur caramel. Yes please!
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