Try these seasonal drinks for the holiday. 

Cold fronts are becoming more frequent in Houston, and residents are doing their best to stay warm. While we turn our heaters up and snuggle under blankets, there's nothing like a holiday drink to help you get cozy during the chilly months. 

Below, find seven tasty winter drinks in the Houston area. 

The Tipping Point


Who doesn't love a nice latte to jumpstart your day? The Tipping Point, at both of its Houston-area locations, is serving up the perfect cup of joe; made with locally roasted coffee beans. To enjoy a real taste of the holidays, try The Tipping Point's Honey Latte with a dash of cinnamon. 

Highway Vodka

Sometimes, a winter drink doesn't have to be hot to keep you warm. Highway Vodka's hemp-based drink is the perfect addition to your liquor cabinet this season. The vodka is great for mixing, and you can find custom recipes like the Highway Vodka Mimosa and the Woke Punch. 

 13 Celsius


Complement your charcuterie boards this December with a glass of mulled wine from 13 Celsius. Try a flavorful and fruity select like the Gran Moraine, or a more dry-and-earthy red wine, like the Biondi Santi. 

DUO Coffee & Pilates


December means jingle bells and gingerbread. The holiday favorite spice makes a grand debut with gingerbread houses and cookies, and at DUO Coffee, you can get a taste of the seasonal gingerbread latte. 

8th Wonder Brewery


Houston is one of the best places to get a good brew, and 8th Wonder Brewery is one of the city's mainstay breweries. This season, you can enjoy a brew for breakfast. Just last week, 8th Wonder announced their all-new french toast breakfast beer, made with altbier, brewed with vanilla, cinnamon, and maple syrup. 

Wooster's Garden


Wooster's Garden is kicking off the holiday with their Cherry Cask; a deep red cocktail that blends luxardo cherry, bourbon, and bitters, garnished with blueberries.  

Heights Bier Garten


Don't let the cold weather get you under the weather this season. The Heights Bier Garten places some unique twists on the hot toddy; the Scotland-based drink used for ages to help those trying to get over a cold. 


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