Cocktail fans can now order a range of festive drinks to be delivered.

Christmas nights out this year are likely to be taking place online, and with this in mind, the Glasgow Cocktail Collective (GCC) has launched a new range of festive drinks bundles that are ideal for the (virtual) party season.

Launching on Friday 23 October, the drinks initiative has created the festive cocktail kits with local bars to help businesses celebrate virtually with Zoom party nights, get-togethers or gift experiences.

With restrictions in place for the time being, GCC’s aim is to keep the Christmas spirit alive whilst supporting local businesses at the same time.

Festive cocktails

Each pack contains four specially curated Christmas cocktails and a bottle of spiced mulled wine that will be delivered across Glasgow throughout December.

Customers can also add on festive crackers, indulgent snacks, local beers and fizz to create a bespoke package.

The Christmas cocktails include a sweet Cotton Candy flavoured Cosmo; Gingerbread Panther Milk made with condensed milk and dusted in nutmeg; Spiced Apple made with Jack Daniels and a Jingle Juice that’s reindeer nose red in colour and finished with candy canes.

Fraser McIlwraith, founder of Dark Art Drinks and founder of Glasgow Cocktail Collective explains: “With the announcement of further lockdown and a digital Christmas, we wanted to create something that makes you feel festive and connected during December.

“Our kits are designed to bring offices, friends or family together to host virtual cocktail parties for any size, or even as a gift as a special treat.”

How to order

Cocktail fans can pre-order the Christmas kits online now.

Cocktail kits are delivered chilled to customers’ door, complete with garnish.

All cocktails and gift packs are available to order now for same delivery or preorder. Find them on Deliveroo, The Bevy Store, The GCC App or click and collect from Vodka Wodka.

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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