Cheers! The Pantheon 2011 Holiday Drink Guide

This holiday season, why bore your guests with the usual sangrias and rum punches when you could be serving them unique concoctions based on your favorite 2011 Pantheon books? From the Middle Eastern-inspired Habibitini to a tasty twist on the Mint Julep in honor of Louis Armstrong’s hometown, these drinks are guaranteed to get your guests talking—and reading. And add your own book-inspired drink names to our #Noveltini Twitter hashtag!

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Inspired by Habibi‘s Middle Eastern setting, try this pomegranate and cinnamon-infused martini.

Drink like a member of the Viennese upper class with The Good Living Drink, made with apricot brandy and chocolate.

Sure, you’ve heard about China in Ten Words, but we think you’ll enjoy China in One Shot, a sweet and tart plum/ginger concoction.

We think New Orleans native Louis Armstrong would have approved of this peach-infused twist on the classic mint julep.

Cozy up with the latest Alexander McCall Smith novel and a mug of this Scottish-inspired bedtime spirit.