How to Make a TikTok Viral Snowball Cocktail

It's the most wonderful time of the year, and you know what that means: parties, parties, and more parties. If you're hosting a seasonal party this year, you'll want to do everything you can to make your event stand out from the rest. That means going all out with creative snacks, eye-catching décor and, of course, “sip-worthy beverages.” This is where the “Snow Globe Cocktail,” now trending on TikTok, comes into play.

It's unclear who the first creator to bring FYP to Snow Globe Drink was, but if you've been on TikTok in December 2022, you'll know that this Bev has actually become a staple on your timeline during the holiday season . A year later, the trend still appears to be popular, as the hashtag #snowglobedrink has amassed an impressive 3.9 million views as of December 7, while the related hashtag #snowglobecocktail has a further 2.7 million views . You have a total of 6.6 million views.

Like the winter decoration from which this drink takes its name, the Snowball cocktail presents a picturesque scene in the center of the glass. The rosemary sprigs resemble evergreen trees, while the surrounding ice cubes look like a picturesque winter landscape.


Of course, you can't forget the snow, which has been replaced by bubbling bubbles. You don't even need to shake the drink to create the illusion of snow, as the rising bubbles do the work for you. It's like a drinkable piece of art.

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This festive drink is sure to impress your guests all night long, so if you're ready to serve some Snow Globe cocktails at your next event, you can follow these steps to make your own.

Before you start mixing, you'll want to get out all the stemless wine glasses you have in the cabinet. Then add one ounce of simple syrup, two ounces of gin, two ounces of freshly squeezed lemon juice, and some ice.

Next, it's time to hang up the Christmas tree. TikToker @makeitmads prefers to tie a piece of twine around a rosemary sprig and glue the ends to the sides of a glass to make it look like a floating centerpiece. The creators also recommend placing the glass in the refrigerator for about two hours, although other recipes suggest the drink can be made in 30 minutes.

Once the tree is in, add a little soda water until the fizzy sip turns into a cold snowball and you're ready to drink.


You can make a mocktail version of the drink by replacing the gin with water, and if you want your drink to look even more festive, you can add some cranberries and decorate the hall glass with (red) holly branches. . cheers!