3 Hot (Literally) Cocktails in Downtown Phoenix

When temperatures in Phoenix are lower than they are in Anchorage, Alaska - you know it's time for a drink. Fortunately, these three Phoenix based bars are serving up drinks both hot and heavy - perfect for the over 21 in need of a solution to the under 21 (well, it feels that way) weather.

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Hot Rum Cider at Carly's Bistro Stop by this Roosevelt Row restaurant for a seasonal pick-me-up of hot rum cider. This downtown drink, garnished with a fresh apple slice and served in a warm mug, is perfect for wrapping your hands around as you watch the gallery foot traffic. For more information visit Carly's online.

Hot Buttered Rum Redux at the Rum Bar The Breadfruit's Rum Bar is battling this cold weather the best way it knows how: with more rum. For a limited time, the Jamaican style restaurant is offering its Hot Buttered Rum Redux, topped with whipped cream and cinnamon. Check out the Rum Bar online for more details.

The Saigon to Bed at District American Kitchen and Wine Bar The Downtown Sheraton's District American Kitchen and Wine Bar has prepared itself for winter by bringing back a signature classic- the Saigon to Bed.

This exotic cocktail carries Makers Mark, Bacardi Oakheart spiced rum, chai blend, Saigon cinnamon, and whipped cream.

To add further flair, the whole drink is steamed to 150 degrees and served in a Keoke coffee mug. Visit the District online for more information.

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