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We Wish You a Merry Friendmas

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Just over a week until Christmas, and festive frolics are in full swing. This weekend is set to see an explosion of Friendmas parties all over town, as people get together with their closest buddies to eat, drink and be a little bit too merry, before they go their separate ways for the Christmas celebrations next weekend. 

If, like us, you're already starting to suspect you might turn into a mince pie if you have any more, why not add an extra serving of cheer to your celebrations this weekend, and offer your guests something a bit different?

Oh the weather outside is frightful, but we have an absolutely delightful remedy from caterer and food blogger Emily Eats to warm your Christmas cockles.

Emily has taken her inspiration from the spice markets of India to bring us some seriously delicious seasonal sips with her latest cocktail creation 'Warm Your Cockles' - a whisky chai sour that tastes just so Christmassy and comforting that we're refusing to drink anything else. Read about the background of the recipe and the full ingredients on the Emily Eats Blog

Chai Whiskey Sour - Emily Eats Blog

And to soak up all that wonderful whisky, Emily recommends pairing her sours with Spicy Paneer Skewers with Mango Dipping Sauce. Finger-friendly, easy to make and (far too) easy to eat.

Paneer Skewers from Emily Eats

Emily served up her Spicy Paneer Skewers on our Orange Enamel Plates, and used our Mustard Embroidered Scarf as a table cloth. Our Safomasi Green and Silver Christmas Stocking is in the background bringing the Christmas cheer!

So deck the halls, put on your most festive Christmas jumpers and roll the bar cart over this way for a very merry Friendmas. Don't forget to take a snap and tag us on Instagram so we can see your Christmas crew sipping their sours in full glory. 

See you on the other side for Dry January…

IMAGE SOURCE: POSTCARDS HOME

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