It's Snowing Everywhere But Here: Makes These Snow Day Cocktails and Drink to That

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Look outside your window right now! What do you see? If you said, "nothing but white stuff" you know without a doubt you're not in South Florida.

But if you see palm trees, a friendly bird, or maybe even a dolphin swimming in the ocean, you're in what the rest of the country likes to call, "f**k you".

Hey! Harsh language may not harm me but a slip and fall on the ice? That hurts!

See also: Valentine's Day in South Florida: Everything You Need to Know

Look, We're the lucky ones. And yes, even though last night got a little chilly, there's a big difference between having to put on a cardigan and being buried under a snow drift.

So, since it's Friday, we propose a toast -- to snow (or better yet, not having any) with one of these snow-related cocktails, courtesy of Ketel One.

Then sit back, relax, and be glad you're not this guy:

Midnight Snowstorm

1 oz. Ketel One Citroen

¼ oz. crème de violette liqueur

¼ oz. fresh squeezed lemon juice

2 bar spoons berry jam


Add Ketel One Citroen, crème de violette, lemon juice and jam into a cocktail shaker. Vigorously shake with ice. Strain into a flute glass. Top with champagne. Garnish with berries floating on top.


2 oz Ketel One Citroen

2 oz Godiva® White Chocolate Liqueur

Shake with ice in a cocktail shaker. Strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a strawberry wedge.

The Melted Snowman

1 oz Ketel One Vodka

¼ oz peppermint schnapps

3 coffee beans

Place three coffee beans in the bottom of a chilled martini glass. Shake other ingredients with ice in a cocktail shaker and strain into martini glass. Garnish with a small candy cane.

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