Winter Warmers

Toast the holidays with the planet's steamiest cocktails

Kuhano Vino

Kuhano Vino

In central Europe, winter parties are fueled by this mulled wine. A fruity red wine works best for this richly spiced punch, so try a bright-cherry merlot or a jammy syrah. See the recipe for Kuhano Vino »Ingalls Photography
Wassail

Wassail

Wassail gets its name from the Old Norse "ves heill" and Old English "was hál," meaning "be fortunate," which is how we feel when we drink it.Ingalls Photography
Rakomelo

Rakomelo

On Greece's Cyclades islands, this sweet, anise-flavored drink is said to boost libido.Ingalls Photography
Atholl Brose

Atholl Brose

In 1475 in the Scottish Highlands, the Earl of Atholl captured a rebel leader by spiking his well water with honey, whisky, and oatmeal. Lucky rebel. See the recipe for Atholl Brose »Ingalls Photography
Canelazo

Canelazo

At Christmas, Ecuadorians sip tea spiked with a sugarcane spirit called aguardiente.Ingalls Photography