Cranberry Fireball Cocktail for the Holidays

Cranberry Fireball Cocktail is a perfect cocktail for the holidays, when cranberries are just wrapping up their season and their festive red color just screams out holiday celebration! It’s easy to make this a virgin (non alcoholic) cocktail as well, just leave out the fireball. It makes a delicious option for those who don’t drink alcohol and even for those who do (sometimes a little fancy sparkling water is a great alternative!). I recommend using the Cranberry syrup I previously posted, but you could also use cranberry juice if you want to grab something quickly at the store. You can use any type of sparkling water, club soda or tonic that you have on hand or prefer. This recipe describes making four cocktails in a pitcher (and you could do the same for mocktails) but you can also make them individually in glasses. Easy to divide or multiply to make more or less! You can also mix this in a quart jar at home (you’ll need to slightly reduce the water for that to work and leave out the ice) for easy travel to take to a party or picnic!

Cranberry Fireball Cocktail

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Cranberry Fireball Cocktail for the Holidays

cranberry fireball cocktail in two glasses near a pitcher

A delicious cocktail or mocktail (just leave out the fireball) for the holiday season! Celebrating the festive local cranberry!

  • Author: Jennie Flaming
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 4 cocktails
  • Category: Drinks
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

2 cup cranberry syrup (can substitute cranberry juice)

Juice of two limes

4 shots (8 oz) of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey

2 cups sparkling water, tonic water or Club soda

Handful of fresh or frozen cranberries (for garnish)

4 cinnamon sticks (for garnish)

Ice

Instructions

Mix all the ingredients together in a pitcher (except for the handful of cranberries and the cinnamon sticks).

Pour into four glasses, add a few cranberries and a cinnamon stick for garnish!

Keywords: cranberry fireball cocktail

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Jennie Thwing Flaming, Chief Adventure Officer: Jennie's life has been a continual quest for adventure (of the non-adrenalin inducing kind) from birth till now. Professionally, she pursues adventures in teaching, counseling and working to obliterate institutional racism for students in our region's public schools and also works as a tour and hiking guide. Previous professional adventures include working in schools in Seattle and Alaska, leading tours and managing tour guides and traveling science shows and lessons with Pacific Science Center. She is working to earn a living outside and by sharing her beautiful and unique Pacific Northwest home with visitors. She likes to be outdoors and spend time with the people she loves. Jennie is born and raised in Seattle and has also lived in Alaska and the Netherlands.