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It’s the first snow­fall of the sea­son, you’ve just won an epic snow­ball fight and your posse is thirsty (and numb). In­vite them in for this toasty tip­ple that’s all gin­gery steam and perky cit­rus bite. It was cre­ated by Gabrielle Panac­cio of Mon­treal’s Le Lab bar, and it’s her grown-up an­swer to hot co­coa: “There’s noth­ing bet­ter than a hot cock­tail after play­ing in the snow, and this one is guar­an­teed to warm you up!” Vic­tory is sweet, in­deed.


At Le Lab, they use a dev­il­ishly good house­made “Hell’s Ginger” syrup ($18.95, at Alam­bika, alam­ for this drink.


11/ 2 oz. rum 1 dash orange bit­ters 1/2 oz. le­mon juice 1 oz. ginger syrup Mango-flavoured tea Ginger and orange to gar­nish

Com­bine in­gre­di­ents in a toddy glass or cof­fee mug and add hot tea just be­fore serv­ing. The ginger male celebs with whom we’d love to share cheer: Prince Harry, Bene­dict Cum­ber­batch, Ewan McGregor, Damian Lewis and Raggedy Andy

BEAUTY Forgo the pa­per crowns and make this year’s Christ­mas-cracker pull a luxe ex­pe­ri­ence with th­ese Jo Malone beau­ties stuffed with mini all-star prod­ucts ($50 each, at Holt Ren­frew, holtren­

Snug­gle up with the sea­son’s furry fash­ion of­fer­ings.

Ginger­bread men. (Re­mem­ber: Eat the head first; it’s kinder.) This drink is based on grog, a tra­di­tional hot and boozy bevvy.

Win the an­nual cookie swap with th­ese fancy shapes from Wil­liams-Sonoma ($13.10 each, wil­

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