Here at Naked, we’re all about celebrating freedom and enjoying life to the fullest. This Christmas is probably going to be a little different to most, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop.
During the inevitable virtual gatherings and the big work nights in, there are still ways to be spontaneous and have little moments of joy.
Scroll down for some inspiration (and don’t worry, it’s not more of those dreaded Zoom quizzes).
THE CHARADES MUST GO ON
It just isn’t Christmas without a chaotic game of charades, so get the whole family together virtually and play as you normally would.
You can find lots of charade idea generators online, but here are some our favourites to help get you started:
- Sponge Bob Square Pants
- Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Terror.
(It’s a real film, we promise).
LOOK OUT YOUR DANCING SHOES
Sad about not seeing your boss’s funky chicken at the office party this year? Well don’t you worry, where there’s technology there’s a way.
Apps like Just Dance Now let you set up online rooms and dance the night away with your family, friends or colleagues. As a handy tip, your Naked whisky will taste even better after you’ve nailed one of the following dance moves:
- The Sprinkler
- The Robot
- All The Single Ladies
Don’t believe us? Well you’ll just have to try it then...
COCKTAILS COCKTAILS COCKTAILS
At Naked we believe you should be able to enjoy whisky however you like, because let’s face it, sometimes life’s a bit more exciting when you don’t follow the rules…
One of our favourite ways to enjoy Naked is in a Sour, so we’ve created some simple and easy-to-follow Naked Sour recipes, perfect for those virtual chats that carry on into the night.
Why not take this one step further and add a little competition to your cocktail creations? Who can make the fastest Naked Mulled Sour? Who can be the most creative with the ingredients in the cupboard?
We’ll leave the rules up to you, but make sure to share your creations with us on Instagram by using #NakedSour.
We hope this gives you some inspiration for the weeks ahead. If this year has taught us anything, it’s that we’re all good at adapting, so let’s keep making the best of the situation until we can get back to living free.