Sure, Christmas is all about family time and presents, but boozy treats are a crucial part of all holidays that involve mass amounts of famjamming. We all need 'dat drank to get us through 6+ hours with our extended family. Here's some festive ideas to jazz up your family-time drinking.\nClick here to get very merry >\n1. Candy Cane\n3/4 oz. Berry Flavoured Vodka\t3/4 oz. peppermint schnapps\t3/4 oz. white crème de cacao\t1/4 oz. grenadine\thalf and half milk\tsoda water\nPour the vodka, schnapps, crème de cacao and grenadine into a shaker over ice. Shake well and serve in a cocktail glass rimmed with crushed peppermint candy. Fill with half and half, and end with a splash of soda water. A sweet drink with a minty aftertaste.\n2. Christmas Jones\n4 fresh strawberries\t1 1/2 oz. vodka\t5 oz. pineapple juice\t2 tsp superfine sugar\t7-up\tMint sprigs to garnish\nBlend vodka, strawberries, sugar, pineapple juice together. Pour mix into two highball glasses and top with 7-up and a sprig of mint each. Makes about two drinks, but you're going to want to make 4 or 5.\n3. English Christmas Punch\n750 ml dark rum\t750 ml dry red wine\t3 cups strong brewed black tea\t2 cups sugar\t1/2 cup orange juice\t1/2 cup lemon juice\nHeat ingredients in a saucepans without letting them boil. Stir well to make all the sugar dissolve, then pour the heated mix into a heat-proof punch bowl. Serve warm. Think of this like the English version of mulled wine. This makes about 2 punchbowls' worth.\n4. The Grinch\n2 oz. Midori\t1/2 oz. lemon juice\t1 tsp simple syrup\tmarachino cherry for garnish\nShake ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with cherry. Dr.Seus-ish rhyming may or may not ensure.\n5. Mistletoe Martini\n2 oz. vodka\t2 oz. orange juice\t3 oz. chilled cranberry tea\t3/4 oz. lemon juice\t3 tsp sugar\nShake ingredients with ice, strain into two chilled cocktail glasses.Makes two cocktails. Serve cold, hold over party guests for free kisses.\n6. Christmas Cookie\n1 oz. peppermint schnapps\t1 oz. Kahlua\t1 oz. Baileys\nCombine ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake well and strain into chilled martini glass. It's the grown up version of the holiday treat, because Bailey knew what he was doing.\n7. Tequila Bubbly Mistletoe\n1 oz. Tequila\t1/2 oz. Triple Sec\t1/2 oz. pomegranate juice\tProsecco\nPour tequila, triple sec and pom juice into a chilled champagne flute. Fill with Prosecco. Fancy and festive tequila, who knew?\n8. Santa Shot\n1/3 oz. grenadine\t1/3 oz. green creme de menthe\t1/3 oz. peppermint schnapps\nPour grenadine to about 1/3 of your shot glass, then layer on the creme de menthe, and finally the schnapps. Leave these for Santa instead of those stupid cookies and milk.\n9. The Red Hot Santa Tini\n2 oz. chilli infused vodka (or regular vodka if you can't find it)\t2 oz. chocolate liqueur\tcocoa powder\tcayenne pepper\tsweetened whipping cream\tone small chilli pepper\nMix together some cocoa powder and a pinch of cayenne, and rim a martini glass with the mixture. Shake the vodka together with the chocolate liqueuer, and pour into the glass. Top with whipping cream and garnish with the chilli pepper, savour the perfect combination of sweet and spicy.\n10. Mocha Nog Punch\n10 parts Kahlua Mocha\t5 parts Absolut Vanilla\t20 parts eggnog\nCombine ingredients and serve in a punchbowl with a floating ice block. To up your presentation game, freeze the ice with coffee beans for an added aesthetic effect.\n11. Gingerbread Apple Cocktail\n2 oz. Domaine de Canton\t1 oz. vanilla vodka\t2.5 oz. apple cider\tlemon juice\tagave syrup\tspiced graham cracker crumbs\torange zest for garnish\nLine a chilled martini glass lightly with agave syrup on a dish, followed with spiced graham cracker crumbs. Shake together all the ingredients, and strain into glass. Garnish with orange zest and consume what is very much an alcoholic apple pie, in liquid form.\n12. Hot Buttered Rum\n1 lb. light brown sugar\t1/2 lb. unsalted butter\t2 tsp. ground cinnamon\t2 tsp. ground nutmeg\t1/2 tsp. ground allspice\t2 tsp. vanilla extract\t1 1/2 oz. Rum\tBoiling Water\nIn a mixing bowl, beat together the butter, brown sugar, vanilla extract, and spices to make batter.\nIn a preheated mug, combine 2 heated tsp. batter with 1 1/2 oz. rum. Top with boiling water and mix well. That's right, straight up butter and sugar with alcohol. Holiday decadence at its finest.\nBreak these ideas out to impress your extended family this holiday season, and to elevate your bonding experience like never before. Themed drinks/food just make any occasion so much cuter.\nWhat are some of your favourite holiday drinks? Comment below and let us know!