23 Heavenly Vegan Christmas Drinks with Alcohol

11. Vegan Homemade Baileys

Vegan Homemade Baileys
Photo: I Love Vegan

Having a hard time finding a good vegan substitute for Baileys? Worry no more. This recipe makes a mellow and silky, truly divine Irish cream.


12. Blackberry Gin and Jam Cocktail

Blackberry Gin and Jam Cocktail
Photo: Lively Table

The blackberry jam makes this cocktail heavenly tasty, and the swirly lemon peel makes it super elegant. Impressive drink to say the least.


13. Spiced Rum Punch

Spiced Rum Punch
Photo: Vegan In The Freezer

This enjoyable rum punch is a hearty and creamy drink that is the definition of comforting.


14. Cranberry Orange Yule Mule

Cranberry Orange Yule Mule
Photo: Miss Allie’s Kitchen

Ginger beer and orange juice makes this drink truly enticing, fresh, and fruity. Serve in copper mug for an authentic experience.


15. Blackberry Ombre Sparkler

Blackberry Ombre Sparkler
Photo: The Cookie Rookie

How about this fancy and unique champagne drink for a dinner starter? The finger licking ombre base is created by tasty blackberries making this a memorable sparkler.


16. Blueberry Mulled Red Wine

Blueberry Mulled Red Wine
Photo: Live Eat Learn

Originated from European Christmas markets, this warming and heavenly blueberry mulled wine will be a superb and fruity addition to the dinner table.


17. Coquito – Puerto Rican Egg Nog

Coquito - Puerto Rican Egg Nog
Photo: Neurotic Mommy

One can not have just one homemade eggnog recipe for the holidays, right? The good news is that this luscious Puerto Rican Egg nog packs a unique extra flavor.


18. Champagne Punch

Champagne Punch
Photo: A Spicy Perspective

Champagne, ginger beer and rum. Sounds good? Then this festive punch was made just for you.


19. Apple Pie on the Rocks

Apple Pie on the Rocks
Photo: Vegan Yack Attack

Boozy and drinkable apple pie? That’s right. An exquisite and sophisticated taste for not just apple pie lovers.


20. Red Wine Sangria (gluten-free)

Red Wine Sangria
Photo: The Cookie Rookie

Christmas dinner is the best when accompanied by red wine. But why stick with the same old liquid when you can make this fruity Sangria?

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