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What to Drink While You Prep


If you are hosting a holiday party or dinner this season, you know you have a lot of work cut out for you. Sure, it's fun playing host, but you signed yourself up for long grocery lists, multiple trips to the grocery store, and an unreasonable amount of time in your kitchen.

So the least you can do is enjoy yourself while you are busy cooking up a storm for the big evening. Heck, we not only recommend you pour yourself a drink -- we beg you to do so. The key is to keep that drink light and low in alcohol. You have a long night of festivities ahead, so there's no reason to swig down the hard and heavy stuff before your guests arrive. Leave that glass of Scotch on the rocks for later and stir up a Negroni another day -- instead, go for an easy-drinking aperitif that's low in alcohol and that will keep you upright as you prep for the party.
Here's a few of our favorite low-alcohol cocktails:

White Noise Spritz

St. Germain provides both sweetness and floral notes to this slightly bitter drink that's both light and refreshing.

The Champagne Cocktail

This classic cocktail is the only excuse you need to open a nice bottle of champagne while you cook. You're doing a lot of work, after all, so you deserve it.

24th Street Spritz

This unique aperitif is both herbaceous and savory thanks to celery syrup, which is made with both fresh celery and celery seeds.

Pink Champagne Punch

This festive punch is not only holiday party-perfect but quite low in alcohol, so don't hesitate to pour yourself a glass before your guests arrive.

Ginger Fizz

Spicy ginger syrup turns an ordinary glass of prosecco into something party- (and pre-party) worthy.

Blood Orange Champagne Cocktail

Blood orange juice and black-current liqueur give this twist on a classic Champagne cocktail a rosy hue.

French 75

This is another classic that's perfect to start the evening off with. Shake gin with lemon juice and simple syrup, strain into a flute glass, and top off with sparkling wine.

Hey Hey, My My

Here, citrusy Aperol is shaken with citrus juice and sherry -- the fortified wine is full of flavor but still quite low in alcohol.
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