About two weeks ago, my blogging bestie, Susannah of Feast + West , and I hosted the second Bright Blog Bash. We invited bloggers and tastemakers from all over North Carolina to kick off the holiday season at the beautiful Vivid Interiors in downtown Greensboro. Of course, there’ nothing better than toasting the holiday season over delicious cocktails, which was exactly what we did at the Bright Blog Bash.
Susannah and I served different cocktails throughout the party. We kicked it off with a fruity and refreshing apple pie chai cocktail, followed by a champagne toasted and ended the party with a coffee maple leaf cocktail. The guests loved trying different beverages throughout the afternoon while enjoying holiday treats, networking and crafting.
Keep reading to learn how to make the apple pie chai cocktail for your next holiday gathering!
The apple pie chai cocktail was a true crowd pleaser. We infused vodka with Goldsmith Teas’ apple pie chai tea and then added orange juice, apple juice and a splash of ginger ale to crate a festive holiday cocktail.
- Chai-infused vodka (we used Goldsmith Teas' apple pie chai tea)
- Orange juice
- Apple juice
- Ginger ale
- Apple slice garnish
- For one cocktail, fill a rocks glass to the top with ice. Add 1 oz. chai-infused vodka, 1 oz. orange juice, 2 oz. apple juice and top with ginger ale. Garnish with an apple slice.
- For punch, mix 1 cup chai-infused vodka, 1 cup orange juice, 2 cups apple juice, 2-3 cups ginger ale. Enjoy!
Thank you to our wonderful party sponsors for being so generous. Goldsmith Teas provided the tasty apple pie chai tea, Oxo provided the perfect ice bucket and ice cube trays, and Tiny Prints provided the festive cocktail napkins. A big thank you to Sara of Sara Logan Photography for all for the beautiful event photos. I can’t wait to share even more with you next week!
I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Chad and I will be attending our first holiday party of the season and getting our home ready for the holidays. We planning to pick out the perfect tree tomorrow – I can’t wait!