A few years ago, I accidentally started a hobby of finding disgusting holiday beverages and sharing them on social media. Here's my collection, along with the original commentary.
  1. Red Velvet Chocolate Holiday Milk
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    Looks like Target has developed a strong candidate in the quest to end eggnog's reign as Most Disgusting Holiday Beverage.
  2. Holly Nog
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    I think I've found a winner for this year's Holiday Beverage of Horror: Holly Nog. Yes, that's eggnog made with wine. Don't forget the real dairy.
  3. Pumpkin Eggnog
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    This year's Holiday Beverage of Horror has an early entry.
  4. Snickerdoodle Holiday Milk
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    Found in the eggnog section at Target: Snickerdoodle Holiday Milk. Do I add flour to this and make cookies? Add it to my coffee? Maybe this is what Austen meant by "I am half agony, half hope. . ."
  5. Pumpkin Creme Soda
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    The Holiday Beverage of Horror season has begun with the fright fest that is Pumpkin Cream Soda.
  6. Maple Creme Soda
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    "I wish my syrup was carbonated for easier drinking!" said no one, ever.
  7. Gingerbread Soda
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    I typically hit the Holiday Beverage of Horror jackpot at World Market, but they're apparently barely making an effort this year.
  8. Chocolate Mint Holly Nog
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    I can't imagine being drunk enough to think this Holiday Beverage of Horror could be tasty. It's mint chocolate-flavored wine mixed with "real Wisconsin cream."