Christmas Down South | Jack Rudy


I don’t want a lot for Christmas, there is just one thing I need: delicious cocktails. And you need some, too. Thanks to Jack Rudy Cocktail Co, we can help make that wish come true.

Jack Rudy’s Small Batch Tonic changed our G&T loving lives. We briefly talked about it here, and we continue to mix it up for guests and tell everyone we know to get some. Then they released Small Batch Grenadine and and we loved them even more. In our opinion, these are two essential items for the home bar. To get a bottle of each…

  • Comment on this post and let us know your favorite holiday cocktail.
  • The first 10 entries will be counted twice!

A winner will be chosen at random on December 13th!



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    1. I’m a pretty simple man when it comes to drinks but I have really been in the mood for Old Fashioneds since Thanksgiving. I suppose it’s because I’ve had to dress up lately and am channeling my inner Don Draper.

    2. Margaret Jones says:

      EGG NOG! Yum!

    3. Preston Stanford says:

      SoCo Eggnog

    4. Davis Lee says:

      Gotta love gin and tonic! taste like a christmas tree!

    5. Spiked hot apple cider!

    6. Cadet Punch. Always better in a punch bowl

    7. Anything with bourbon!

    8. Woodford Reserve with Ale-8-one in KY. Nothing better.

    9. Tn sour at the holland house!!

    10. spiced rum, sprite & a splash of real ginger ale!

    11. Katie Caperton says:

      Wassail!! Or however you spell it!

    12. Stingers for all!

    13. I have this…but we already need more.
      Favorite holiday cocktail: Hot Toddy

    14. Anything gingerbread! Or pumpkin

    15. Anything with Woodford Reserve!

    16. Bourbon. Rocks.

    17. Pecan “Milk” Punch w/ Bourbon

    18. not a cocktail, but mulled wine is always a favorite during the holidays!

    19. Brian Cromeens says:
    20. Turtle Doves. On the second day of Christmas, of course!

    21. I love a Negroni any day of the year. Every day is a Holiday!

    22. gin and tonic

    23. Old Fashioned…just warms my soul.

    24. Hot coco with pumpkin vodka

    25. Rachel trammell says:

      Spiked egg nog. Slash Long Island iced tea, don’t even care that it’s not seasonal. Every season is iced tea season in the south ;)

    26. White cranberry sangria or a pomegranate mimosa! Delish.

    27. gin and tonic, splash of sprite. couple limes. mmmm

    28. Some egg nog

    29. Colt Mansfield says:

      A bourbon cider recipe I found in Garden & Gun.

    30. Gin and tonics top my list!

    31. The holidays always make me think of my grandfather’s rum spiked green sherbet punch. Delicious.

    32. Mackenzie Morris says:

      With the holidays and cold weather, it’s an Irish Coffee.

    33. Sarah Thurston says:

      milk punch! ice cream, crown, milk, with nutmeg sprinkled on top!

    34. Vodka tonic always.

    35. Natalie Farinholt says:

      Brandy milk punch! Preferably enjoyed in the Crescent City.

    36. scotch. 1 ice cube.

    37. Bourbon spiked egg nog. Preferably out of a moose glass.

    38. Kyle Snyder says:

      Straight bourbon. Preferably by a fire.

    39. Anne Marie says:

      I love this!

    40. Anne Marie says:

      Spiked mulled cider!

    41. bourbon egg nog

    42. Love Irish coffees!

      This would be a great addition to our bar cart!

    43. loved gin and tonics for the longest time. picked this up on a whim from kaufmann mercantile. it really does blow your mind. been excited to try the grenadine.

      favorite holiday cocktail… i’d have to say a manhattan

    44. Molly Picardi says:

      Gin and tonic!

    45. Nicolette says:

      It’s not exactly a holiday cocktail, but I always spend time around the holidays with my friend, and his mom always makes endless Salty Dogs.

    46. Christina Q says:

      Pecan milk punch

    47. It’s hard to beat a Charleston Light Dragoons’ Punch.

    48. William P. says:

      A bourbon spiced cider that I found a recipe for last year. Too good.

    49. whiskey sours!! or amaretto sour ;)

    50. Irish Coffee!

    51. Bonnie Dell says:

      Hot Cider Nog, yum!

    52. Gin and tonic is my year round drink of choice. Maybe garnish with a sprig of greenery to festive it up!

    53. A poinsettia. Like a mimosa but with cranberry juice instead of OJ.

    54. Boulevardier. #Boom.

    55. justin wiggins says:

      Lagavulin 16

    56. C. Boudreaux says:

      I stick with Old Fashioned.

    57. Chad Mortensen says:

      Warm ‘n’ Toasty

    58. Melissa Walter Wilson says:

      Kahlua and cream!

    59. Don’t know if it is just for the holiday but a good sazerac will hit the spot.

    60. Cruzan Rum and egg nog.

    61. Julia Good says:

      My maple bacon Manhattans are all the rage – but I’m also partial to anything in the bourbon family.

    62. Becky Anderson says:

      Gin Martini. It’s like drinking a delicious, delicious Christmas Tree.

    63. Chambord and Champagne. Hands down.

    64. Bourbon egg nog for sure.

    65. Ryan McReynolds says:


    66. Home made Spiced cider with Makers Mark.

    67. anything spiced!

    68. Milk punch

    69. Taylor Anderson says:

      Gin and Tonic!

    70. Hot Toddy!

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