Get in the festive spirit with these wonderful wintery cocktails!

15 December 2020

As it’s ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ and we are certainly in need of a pick me up, why not upgrade your normal glass of i heart to something more festive!

Whether you’re after a ‘quarantini’ to get you through the next few weeks, or a frosty fizz to see in the festive period, i heart Wines has you covered with some cocktail recipes to make your winter a little more wonderful…

Cranberry Gin Frosty Fizz

Why not break the mould on the traditional festive favourites, with this Cranberry Gin Frosty Fizz…

Combining the classic i heart Gin, with subtle hints of juniper along with the fresh taste of winter berries, this is guaranteed to go down a treat!

Ingredients – Serves 4

  • 125ml i heart Gin
  • 2 sprigs fresh thyme
  • 250ml cranberry juice
  • 1 tbsp fresh orange juice
  • 500ml tonic water
  • Sugar canes to top it off


  • Pour your i heart Gin into a bowl.
  • Add the sprigs of thyme and give them a mix in the bowl to release their flavour.
  • After mixing, remove the thyme.
  • Add the cranberry and orange juice to the i heart Gin, and then stir in the tonic water.
  • Pour into a tumbler with lots of ice. Garnish with some sugarcanes for an extra sweet treat. Also a sugar cane dunked in gin… you can’t go wrong!


The Clementine Quarantini

This fruity cocktail combines i heart Prosecco’s apple and peach flavours with a sweet but sharp winter touch.

If you want to create something a little more special with your favourite fizz, then this recipe is one for you…

Ingredients – Serves 3-5

  • 200ml i heart Prosecco
  • 40ml orange liqueur
  • 70ml chilled clementine juice
  • Some gold drinks shimmer if you want to be even more of a queen!


  • Mix the orange liqueur and clementine juice together in a glass and chill until ready to serve.
  • Thinly slice the clementine and place on the rim of your glass.
  • When ready to serve, pour the i heart Prosecco into the glass and stir gently to combine.
  •  Serve immediately with your festive shimmer and enjoy… cheers to that!
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