An easy party drink that works well with the mild temperatures outside.?!

Question: An easy party drink that works well with the mild temperatures outside!.!?
This weekend we are having a bon fire at my house, and I want to make a party drink that will help out with the cool weather!. Last time I made an apple cider with spiced rum, but not too many people enjoyed it!. So I'm here to ask all of you about your favorite party drinks!. I'm also kind of looking for something a bit fruity, but not too sweet!. I want something that will warm you up without being too strong!. Another plus would be if it can be made in a big pitcher, so I don't have to keep making them for each individual!. Add your favorite drinks and the recipe or link to the recipe, please!. Thanks in advance!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Sangria, which is sweet red wine + fruit!. Not too much alcohol and you can modify the mix w/ vodka to make it stronger or w/ fruit juice to weaken it as needed!.

- 1 bottle of a fruity red wine (Cab Sav, Merlot, Syrah, Zin)
- Citrus fruit cut into quarters!. (usually 1 orange and 1 lemon)
- OJ: usually half of what a frozen OJ mix makes!. I've also seen people just put frozen concentrate into the mix!. Depends on how long you have to let this sit!.
- Brandy or Vodka!. I prefer brandy (a shot or two) but if you want strong, go w/ Vodka!. Infused vodka is a nice addition, too!.
- Stir and refrigerate this overnight!.

You can add just about anything fruity to this (fruit juices, other wines, pomegranates, mangos, berries etc) or you can make it into a punch w/ club soda or 7up!. Add sugar to sweeten!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

This wedding punch is a hit to all my parties
Vanilla ice cream, vodka, koolaide, mini marshmellows, you can slice some oranges or put some berries in it for flavor or decor, Keep adding ice cubes, keeping the ice cream from going and for the drinks!. You can switch the vodka for a large bottle of what you have!. White liquor was always used!. Rum would work!. I like adding fruit for it absorbs liquor for little kicks!. grapes, I like cherries from a jar!. Have a great timeWww@FoodAQ@Com

Hot chocolate or Coffee with BaileysWww@FoodAQ@Com

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