Frozen margaritas and Aperol Spritz have their place during the warmer months, but as the cold front sets in, one of the best wintertime comforts is snuggling up with your kitty in a cat onesie on the couch and wrapping your hands around a piping hot drink laced with liquor.

These spiked and wintery cocktails promise to heat things up when it is cold and rainy outside.


We have all been there before- the lead weight on the top of your frontal lobe, the feeling in the pit of your stomach that you have been at sea for a week and, the distinct feeling that you might feel you need to part ways with whatever is attempting to navigate that said sea in your gut.


The “first Monday in May” might’ve been the most anticipated fashion event of the year, but the Met Gala afterparties were the real star of the show, so it was only right that the beverage of the night matched that energy.


Are you an easy-going Bud Light drinker or trying to impress with a Martini?


There’s always a party going on in Las Vegas, but at Evel Pie, a pizza parlor and bar named after famed American daredevil Evel Knievel, party met protest over the weekend in the form of an event where customers could purchase $300 bottles of Russian-produced vodka to dump out in gutters and toilets.


Russian Bear Vodka has disassociated itself from Russia. After the current conflict in Ukraine, trade between Russia and South Africa has become a concern for many consumers. The vodka brand decided to make it clear that Russian Bear vodka brand has absolutely no affiliation or link to Russia whatsoever.


Vodka and Tequila come together in a fruity martini recipe. The Mexi-tini is incredibly simple, requiring just three ingredients, and its orange flavour will bring a little sunshine to your day.


Tequila could soon overtake vodka as America’s favorite spirit, fueled by consumers’ desire for expensive bottles of agave-based spirits.


The statistics are in and the big winner is anyone who happens to market vodka–especially gay vodka. With gay men, a whopping 45% of those surveyed drink it. (With straight men, it’s only 26%.)


If you know anything about vodka production, you’ve probably heard it can be made from potatoes. It seems giant chip manufacturer, Lays, only figured this out recent. Late last year, the company announced that they are releasing a vodka made in part with the same potatoes used for their potato chips. Genius move, don’t you think?