Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Win! A bottle of Chase Marmalade Vodka

On the 7th day of Christmas, Domestic Sluttery gave to me... a tasty bottle of Chase Marmalade vodka!

Aaaah, Christmas time. The season of goodwill to all men and putting Bailey's on your breakfast cereal. It's a known fact that you're allowed to drink whatever you like at Christmas (wherever and whenever you like). If in doubt, just mull the crap out of your preferred tipple and no one will bat an eyelid.

Today, we're giving away a bottle of Chase Distillery's Marmalade Vodka. We truly love this stuff (and we promise that the bottle we send you will be full, we won't drink a drop). Whether you drink it over ice or make the most brilliant martini ever, it's a brilliant addition to your drinks cabinet. If it lasts until the New Year.

What do you have to do to win today? Just tell us your favourite Christmas tipple. Are you a Baileys drinker, or will you drink a Bucks Fizz? Or maybe you just quite fancy a cup of tea while you open your presents. Leave a comment below by midnight tonight and we'll announce the winner in tomorrow's competition.

Wondering who won the clutch bag from Boticca? That was Becky! What does she put in her Christmas stocking? My boyfriend and I have a Christmas tradition of always putting some kind of nerdy papercraft project in the other's stocking. Last year we spent boxing day drinking port, eating cheese and building a cardboard model of a medieval castle. This year I'm hoping for a newspaper USS Enterprise.'

We're all hoping for a newspaper USS Enterprise now.  Becky, just email us to claim your prize!

Good luck today, everyone!

Oh yawn, small print (read it). The competition will close at midnight (UK time) December 11th. You must be UK based to enter, sorry you lovely overseas readers. If you're anon your entry won't count and if you enter more than once, we'll discount all of your entries and tell you off. The winning entry will be chosen at random and you must claim your prize by the 14th or it'll be passed to someone else. We plan on drink all of the Baileys. Even yours, if you leave it unattended.

108 comments:

  1. I always start Christmas morning with a Kir Royal and end the day with a large glass of port and some stilton! Yum!

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  2. Snowballs, with freshly squeezed lemonade. Om nom nom. The only thing I've ever used advocat for.

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  3. All about the bellini, with smoke-salmon blinis (see my word theme here). Mulled cider with a dash of spiced rum for boxing day walk!

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  4. Hot Chocolate laced with baileys, Marshmallows and cream

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  5. Sloe vodka, topped up with bubbly. Lovely :)

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  6. Favourite Christmas tipple? Egg nog. My Mum's homemade version with extra brandy and extra cream. Whilst I am opening presents. In the morning. That's acceptable right? We've ot a glass serving bowl and special glass mugs just like on National Lampoons Christmas Vacation.

    We are a cliche of a family...

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  7. Ooh Christmas tipples!! Christmas Day – I like to start christmas morning with bucks fizz, in an effort not to get too wobbly too early, but then we normally move on to a good fruity red wine, then by the afternoon mulled wine, then as evening draws in moving on to egg nog and snowballs.

    So far as the rest of the festive period goes, that is covered by Baileys and Hot Chocolate :)

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  8. If I haven't attempted to invent a number of odd coloured cocktails with the various remnants of my parents' liquor cabinet by the end of Christmas day, then something has gone terribly wrong. I think 'The Blue Terror' was the most legendary result.

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  9. Sloe gin on ice for me. And this year I've made my own :) My birthday is on 30th December and we've topped up the gi sloes with cider, so I'll have slider as my birthday tipple of choice (assuming it works!).

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  10. At my parents the first drink of the day is always prosecco with cassis - yummy :)

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  11. Christmas = Eggnog. A yearly tradition is my homemade eggnog with lots and lots of rum and cognac! Fill a glass and cosy up with some Dean Martin. Oh yeah.

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  12. I love a not-very-festive but totally tasty French Martini. Woo!

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  13. Winter Pimm's in warm apple juice - amazing, and amazingly hard to get hold of this winter - all my local supermarkets are still stocking Pimm's no 1

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  14. Champagne, champagne and more champagne! I could put the marmalade vodka in the champagne!

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  15. We always have a vat of homemade mulled wine on the hob from the beginning of December. Guaranteed to make you feel constantly Festive!

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  16. Bucks fizz in the morning (the orange juice counts as one of your 5 a day, right?), mulled wine with lunch, hot chocolate with an indecent amount of baileys for the end of the day :D Guaranteed to sleep like a baby lol

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  17. Can't go wrong with a couple of large glasses of LBV port while watching Doctor Who, it's one of the only parts I really look forward to (other than pigs in blankets)

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  18. Coffee, coffee, coffee. All the early mornings getting up to start on the to do list, and late nights staying up to wrap presents after the kids have gone to sleep, means caffeine is a must.

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  19. Hot port with lemon, sugar and spices! It beats mulled wine hands down and is perfect with Christmas Cheese (the most important part of the day, of course).

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  20. earl tea with a little bit of hendrick's gin :)

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  21. Port from my old college, which I have to go and get specially every year. And all the other obligatory Christmas stuff (bubbles, Baileys et al)of course - Yuletide is no time to be limiting yourself to one tipple.

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  22. First thing it has to be tea, strong tea. then champagne onwards.... yum and its my birthday so it will be lots of champagne

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  23. I recently came across a recipe for Gingerbread Martinis so will definitely be trying those this year. Hopefully Santa will bring me some Martini glasses too! :)

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  24. All of the drinks are my favourite but Christmas day we follow my mum's rules - coffee and/or orange juice with breakfast, champagne mid morning to afternoon with smoked salmon sandwiches, Perfect Manhattan or G&T (I quite like to use sloe gin for this) before dinner, dinner is around 7pm and is beef so margaux with dinner, whiskey as a nightcap. This is why she's the best parent in the world!!

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  25. Once the floor is impassable with torn wrapping paper, it's Irish coffee time (or any other warming spirit that happens to be handy)... with the cream carefully poured over the back of a spoon - later, ginger wine, warmed, with something spicy and fruity added

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  26. Usually a freshly made Starbucks blend coffee with a splash of Carnation Evaporated milk. Go ahead - judge me.

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  27. Last year we drank my home made Baileys on Christmas day. This year I have made some homemade elderberry fizz that we saved for our festive tipple. Yummy!

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  28. I usually start Christmas day with Bucks Fizz and maybe a sherry while popping in the Turkey. It all goes a little hazy after that, I suspect there maybe some mulled wine, Martini and Champagne involved but not really sure. I'll try harder to remember this year, maybe I will write it down as I go... or maybe not!

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  29. For me I like to make a bit of a cocktail for me and my Mum whilst we cook and eat dinner. It had to be cointreau and vodka with cranberry (of course it's Christmas!) and topped up with a dash of lemonade for a teeny bit more sweetness. YUM!

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  30. I change my drinks around quite a bit according to the mood I'm in, the season, the people I'm with and the place I'm at. During the festive season (which started last week for me) I'm drinking vodka and cranberry or sparkling white wine and cranberry. If I'm drinking a non alcoholic drink (despite the rumours I do occasionally) it's gingerbread latte or if I want an alcoholic hot drink it's amaretto hot chocolate.

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  31. A nice glass of bubbly and then a gin and tonic

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  32. We usually have bucks fizz for breakfast, and then everyone drinks more bucks fizz/beer/wine while opening the presents. I'm a lightweight, so don't have anything stronger than diet coke until Christmas dinner time, when I have wine. Red or white, whatever takes my fancy! (but not both). This year I want to make some cocktails, preferably with apple flavour. Or Marmalade vodka! (fingers crossed) ~ Sara

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  33. Bucks fizz for the morning, prosecco with dinner and Baileys hot choc in the evening!

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  34. Baileys and milk to kick off the big day!

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  35. If last weekend was anything to go by, it's some sort of mulled booze! I spent Saturday in Edinburgh's Christmas market, drinking hot mead, hot port, gluhwein, mulled wine and mulled cider. I have basically mulled my insides. Christmas day is usually boozy in my house, but it's usually finished off with a nice single malt :)

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  36. Although Christmas day starts with Bucks Fizz, moves on to champagne and/or wine, and then there's a steady stream of sherry laced throughout, my favourite Christmas drink is a horses neck. It might not be the most tradition festive drink, but the brandy mixed with ginger provides just the right amount of heat to keep you warm in front of the fire...

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  37. Snowball! Advocaat, Roses lime cordial, lemonade and a maraschino cherry. My nan's favourite, and mine too!

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  38. I'm a real child of the seventies so although I love mulled wine and champagne - Christmas isn't Christmas without a Snowball.

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  39. Got to be a Champoo! Amaretto, triple sec, topped up with champagne and a dash of lemon. Scrumptious!

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  40. I'm planning to start a tradition this year by making myself a nice boozy coffee, so I'm going to go with a Vermont Coffee:
    1 part each of single cream and maple syrup to 2 parts dark rum to 6 parts nice strong hot coffee.

    Of course with a bottle of Chase Marmalade Vodka you could try an interesting take on an Orange Coffee:
    1 shot each of orange (marmalade) vodka and kahlua in a cup of coffee. Christmassy!

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  41. My favourite drink at Christmas is the first cheeky glass of wine - usually something sparkling - at about 11 o'clock in the morning with my lovely Dad. It's proper Dad/ daughter time as we peel veggies and get the turkey on the go, and it's considered 'fuel' for dealing with my grandma who's sat in the next room... bless her heart. It's probably my favourite drink of the whole year.

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  42. Champagne and homemade sloe gin cocktails as soon as we get to my sister's house in Manchester on Christmas morning.

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  43. In the very, very early hours of Christmas day morn when all is quiet and I’ve finally finished wrapping the mountain of Christmas presents (that I didn’t have the foresight to wrap before hand!) A well deserved black tea, one sugar and a VERY large whiskey fortify me for my few hours of sleep, before the ambush of frenzied children and the treasures of “tat” they discover in their stockings...

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  44. The decadence of a glass of champagne mid morning - should be done more often.

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  45. We start with gin and tonic. It's my mother's fault. The gin continues until someone arrives and asks whether we have opened the wine, at which point we do and switch. Wine continues for the presents, arrival of various family members and the lunch. After the walk it is port all the way to bedtime. At which point we pour the whiskey.

    Try and ask me which is my favourite and I will break down.

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  46. This year i'm really into hot chocolate and trying to do as many combinations that I can think of, my favorite so far has been hot chocolate with ginger and chilli.

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  47. I make a semi-frozen slush of cranberry juice and cointreau, and then put a bit of that in the bottom of a flute & top up with the cheap pink bubbly someone always brings over.

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  48. A 'mocha' - drinking chocolate with coffee + a brandy is great... a sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg on top, too!

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  49. Susie The Homemaker11 December 2012 at 12:39

    Home made mulled wine is the best, nothing better than sitting in front of the fireplace and sipping the hot wine.
    I add clementine, clementine juice, lemon and lime peels to some sugar and cook. Season with cloves, nutmeg, bay leaves, cinnamon stick and halved vanilla pod, then add some red wine to make a thick syrup, after that I add my red wine and star anise, heat it up slowly and voilà! Instant Christmas fuzziness.

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  50. Its got to be mulled wine or cider - it makes winter ok.

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  51. I am planning on drinking many Breakfast Martinis this Christmas... which are pretty similar to Chase Marmalade Vodka but just take a little more preparation! Perfect to start the festivities on Christmas morning!

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  52. I always start Christmas day with a milky rum coffee!!! Yummy, festive and a great pick me up ;-)

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  53. I always start Christmas day with a milky rum coffee!!! Yummy, festive and a great pick me up ;-)

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  54. Mulled wine, but it's never as good as the mulled wine in my head, which was made by my friend lindsey about ten years ago and has slightly ruined all other mulled wine for me.

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  55. Butter-washed whisky with apple juice (2 parts whisky, 3 parts juice), slightly warmed. Mmmmmmm!

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  56. I have vivid memories of concocting a potent mix of pre-mixed Moscow Mule, gin, martini and ginger wine when I was a teenager, which led to spending the day after Boxing Day in bed...this year it'll be a bit more sedate, hopefully.

    For Christmas Even I've got a stash of different sherries hidden in a cupboard in a bid to recreate the amazing sherry flight I went on at Harveys' Cellars in Bristol. Their signature serve of Bristol Cream is so festive (a big slosh of it over ice, with a slice of orange and flamed peel)its hard to resist.

    On Christmas Day it'll be a fair bit of Lidl prosecco with pomegranate seeds in, then ginger wine (I love ginger wine, Stone's is the best) with ginger ale.

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  57. Singapore sling every time for me, make a big jug and then everyone have a snooze in the afternoon.

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  58. It's got to be a brandy and babycham in my gorgeous vintage babycham glasses! When my mum was a teen, it was the only drink her dad would allow her and her sisters on Christmas day so we sup it together and feel very naughty!!

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  59. It's all about hot apple juice with mulling spices and lashings of brandy!

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  60. Port and lemon,it feels christmasy :)

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  61. Always a glass or few of something fizzy with presents and panettone for breakfast. Mum used to favour Asti Spumante, but has been thoroughly converted to prosecco these days (which we're looking forward to trying with a splash of your gingerbread syrup).

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  62. It has to be the tradition Snowball, can't beat it. However on our work crimbo do this year they used this vodka in a cocktail called White Christmas Iced Tea and I am dying to recreate it as it was wonderful :0)

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  63. Start with an Irish coffee then move onto the gin only to be interrupted by wine with dinner and Port from some time around Dr Who onwards

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  64. Champagne, Prosecco, or any other fizzy wine. A couple of years ago I spent Christmas with my partner's family and accidentally drank a whole bottle of Bollinger before 10.30am then called him a rude word at the Christmas dinner table before 'having a nap'. I had such a wonderful time I've decided to make this a Christmas tradition. Luckily my family are heathens and hate Champagne so I invariably end up drinking the whole bottle before lunch. Followed by the majority of a bottle of cream sherry.

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  65. Hmmm. I'm the lamest drinker ever, with my oh so very occasional glass of Baileys. But come Christmas we seem to quaff Asti like it's going out of fashion!

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  66. Bucks Fizz before breakfast, sherry at 10am, champagne for lunch and ALWAYS mulled wine in the slow cooker :-)

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  67. Champagne cocktails made with pomegranate juice and brandy yummy!

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  68. When my family were helping to clear out my gran's bungalow we found an enormous unopened bottle of 'Boukha' (fig brandy) that she had brought back from Tunisia decades before. She didn't want it, and since the bottle was glass and had beautiful intricate patterns on it I thought I could use that even if the brandy was horrible, but it turned out to be liquid Christmas! I have it with hot apple juice, or put a splash in mulled wine to help it along. Thanks gran!

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  69. Mulled wine! As you drink it hot, the alcohol does not count (does it!?). The perfect Christmas drink for me, indoors or outdoors!

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  70. Baileys, always always baileys!! Although I generally have a glass or two of champagne with lunch!

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  71. Oh well, I have a Christmas booze timetable, it goes as follows:
    Wake up - Good ol' champagne and orange juice (counts as 1 of my 5 a day I tell myself)
    Brunchy Breakfast - Bloody Mary please, thank you. (now up to 2 of my 5 a day)
    Christmas Lunch - wine, wine, wine - a scrummy Malbec.
    Cheese 'n' biscuits time - Red wine in a pot, bung in some spices, pour into my Christmas reindeer mug and I'm ready to go, mittens in all. This should keep me going through out the evening...
    Bed time - Well after all of that over indulgence on splendid booze and food, it's time for some hot water and lemon (3 of my 5 a day? no? ok)I add a little whisky to this, has to be an island malt, Laphroig being my favourite. Done. Time to sleep like a baby.

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  72. Claire M (@lovelyclaire)11 December 2012 at 14:23

    I'll keep it simple - gin!

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  73. Prosecco and Goldschlager - it has a lovely cinnamony Christmas smell with Bonus!Glitter! A glittery Christmas cocktail.

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  74. The day always starts with me sitting in the garden with a bottle of Buck Fizz clamped between my thighs,(too terrified to open it in the house since the incident with the vicar and the mince pies ...).

    My secret, shameful tipple is Harveys Bristol Cream - Love the stuff!

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  75. I love ginger wine! My husband's cousin introduced it to me last year and I find it perfect on it's own, chilled. It tastes like Christmas in a glass and it's cheap!

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  76. I enjoy a nice lychee martini for a festive tipple. So tasty!!

    Katie xoxo

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  77. Usually for me it's Baileys in everything, but this year I discovered the wonder that is mulled cider, and I think it may be my new favourite winter drink.

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  78. I love eggnog, me! (smell of reeves and mortimer reference and also...true!) With lemonade it's like liquid refreshers, honest.

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  79. Red wine for def and maybe a sneaky egg nog!!

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  80. Hot Caipirinha!!! We were introduced to it in Langeoog (an East Fresian Island in the North Sea) at their Christmas Market 6 years ago! It's delicious and so much nicer than mulled wine.

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  81. A steaming hot cup of mulled wine is Christmas to me - works standing in the cold or curled up on the sofa :)

    Though does mulled cider ice cream count? I dunno, but I had it in London the other day and I'd have that everyday if I could.

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  82. Last year it was sloe cider, i.e. cider added to the sloe berries after we'd decanted the gin off a couple of weeks before Xmas (the idea being that we wouldn't be tempted to drink the curent sloe gin before it was ready - unlike the previous five years - as we'd have something else to drink instead). Deceptively easy to drink... resulting in a somewhat 'creative' interpretation of Xmas dinner...!

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  83. Snowball! The real reason mums go to Iceland is to pick up a little triplet of this fab 70s throw back

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  84. We like to drink Bucks Fizz while we open pressies and have general Christmas fun. It's just me, and my Mum and my sister, and last year we were, erm, a little bit liberal *cough* with the Fizz. We had got so caught up in pressies, and gossip (and fizz!) that it got to 7pm before we realised we had forgotten to make Xmas dinner - oops!

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  85. Oh lordy how to pick just one!! Normally a bellini with breakfast followed by a 'poinsetta'- festive I know :)
    Its a mixture of champagne, triple sec and cranberry juice- nicely boozy and I make it super duper festive by adding little edible glitter stars just to show off!! :D Eeek, IT'S ALMOST CHRISTMAS!!!!! :D

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  86. Damson Gin...warms the cockles before walking to the pub on Christmas Eve. Yum

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  87. Cointreau for me, over ice or to give an extra boost to a Buck's Fizz!

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  88. My 2 favourite Christmas cocktails (weather depends on which one I favour) are a cherry bakewell - made with equal measures amaretto and cherry brandy, with a splash of cointreau and a squeeze of lime juice or a hot chocolate - made by mixing melted chocolate with milk on the hob and adding a good glug of peppermint schnapps before drinking while wrapped in a warm blanket.

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  89. Oh how much do I want a newspaper USS Enterprise now? Lots!! I'm jealous of all the Christmas drinks mentioned here, I have to be honest and say my top Christmas tipple is...red wine. Somehow with all the different foodstuffs going on my family have neglected the drinks side of things. Last year I introduced Kir Royales, this year I might get some inspiration from everyone else's comments!

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  90. Colo del mono (tail if the monkey!. It's a Chilean Xmas drink served cold over ice made from cane spirit, milk, coffee and cinammon. Really delicious.

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  91. Cherry Brandy! Cherry Brandy! Cherry Brandy!

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  92. Last year was my first Christmas of not having to work. Whilst my friend (whom I was spending Christmas Day with) was working, I cooked the ridiculously large Christmas dinner for us. We had decided that I would be in charge of food, she'd be in charge of drinks. She arrived with a bottle of Hendricks, a bottle of Moet, a case of beer and a good bottle of red...
    You said I was only allowed to pick one tipple...?

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  93. Advocaat. Oh Advocaat.
    I love it because its bright yellow and thick like custard.
    I love it because its sweet and eggy and alcoholly.
    I love it because mixing it with lemonade makes a fluffy delightful snowball.
    I love it because everybody else thinks its revoilting and therefore I get to drink it all to myself.

    When I was a kid my grandma let me have a sip at Christmas and it was just as magical as the moment I saw the outline of my presents under the tree on Christmas morning....

    ADVOCAAT.

    Everybody get some! Its only about 8 quid and you'll never want anything else at Christmas again!

    Nom nom nom.

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  94. Baileys- with everything! With coffee, over ice cream, or just neat over ice. I can never have enough!

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  95. Living in Copenhagen (and given alcohol features largely here!), a classic tiple of Glogg (Danish mulled wine), an Aquavit and then a 'Julebrew' (Danish Christmas beer). I wish the UK breweries would bring out christmas beer, it's fab. I also love the name for mulled wine here. Glogg. Awesome. Lets all get Glogged.

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  96. Oooooo this lovely wine called "P.S I love you" A few years ago me and my stepsisters drank all 5 bottles in a weekend before my mom and stepdad realised we had drunk the specially reserved christmas alcohol. Cue us buying lots more wine to make up for it, and writing in pen on all the bottles 'Sorry we drank the Christmas wine, p.s we love you'

    hehehe.

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  97. At Christmas when fancying a drink
    I like to choose something that's pink
    So a gin fizz it is
    It's got gin and has fizz
    So that's what I'm choosing - I think.

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  98. Can't beat a cheeky cup of coffee with a shot of kahlua :)

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  99. Our day is planned around the festive cocktails. So far (and we will be adding to the mix) we are planning Espresso martinis pre-lunch, a fizz with St Germain elderflower liqueur with our turkey and then move on to a rose and lychee concoction later in the day. Possibly a port or rusty nail to round things off if we get that far without a sleep on the sofa. We've never tried a marmalade mix and I have a stash of jam jars just waiting for such a drink!

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  100. Lately I'm feeling very partial towards Amarula... Also find it very amusing that it is what elephants eat to get drunk.

    Happy Xmas!

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  101. I have to say I've got some excellent inspiration from everyone else's posts!
    Fizzy wine is always good on a festive morning when everyone's woken you up at ridiculous o'clock. But our best celebration tradition is my middle daughter making me a cocktail. In a fancy glass with all the umbrellas, sparkles, plastic octopus and twisty straws you can fit. She creates her own cocktails according to what we have in the house, based on the martini 'pure alcohol with pure alcohol' principle. They can be quite... exciting.

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  102. Xmas Day will be Bucks Fizz with breakfast, mulled wine any time after 3pm, and port with cheese for supper. Not sure what we're doing with lunch yet, but with two preschoolers to look after I might have to take a break from the alcohol!

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  103. M&S pink gin and slimline tonic. Always and forever!

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  104. I'm hoping Christmas 2012 will replicate the booze-fulled fun of Christmas 2012. It went a little something like this...

    Christmas eve: steaming mugs of Winter Pimms to aid me through present wrapping, accompanied by festive tunes.

    Christmas day: champers, champers, all the way. A Bailey's coffee post-lunch and present opening. Once the many children were in bed my uncle cracked open to drinks cabinet and made a LOT of cocktails, resulting in temporary blindness (me), the inability to speak (him), and bouncing around the house on giant space hopper (my mum and auntie).

    Boxing day: over to my sister's for our B-day tradition of (a lot of) cheese and (even more) port.

    Festive bliss.

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  105. Yum. Marmalade vodka martini may just trump my normal Christmas eye opener. An espresso martini. Can't start the jig day without a coffee.

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  106. Yum. Marmalade vodka martini may just trump my normal Christmas eye opener. An espresso martini. Can't start the jig day without a coffee.

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