As the colder season approaches, cocktails and drinks turn to warmer, spicier notes. This list of the best 46 fall cocktails is here to help you warm up those cold evenings. Whether you’re looking for something fancy, something cozy, something to share with loved ones, or just a damn delicious fall cocktail, this list is here for you.
Pumpkin Sangria is a bright and delicious drink that captures the flavors of fall with pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, apple and a crisp white wine. Perfect for parties, this pumpkin spice sangria combines the best tastes of the season.
A perfect fall sangria, this Pumpkin Sangria with Bourbon features bourbon-soaked "fruit and booze" (apple and pear), a bottle of chardonnay with toasted vanilla notes, and bright, bubbly ginger beer. You may want to carry this delicious sangria.
Autumn has arrived, and this Whiskey and Hard Cider Cocktail speaks to the season with crisp apple flavor and warm, spicy whiskey. With just two ingredients - hard apple cider and cinnamon whiskey (like Fireball) - it comes together in just minutes.
I think the Bronx is great as a late night sipper, or served after dinner. I see it as more of a fall or winter cocktail because of the deep, earthy flavors that speak more of hearths, wood, leather, and dim lighting.
This Autumn-inspired Sangria recipe is an incredibly tasty and revitalizing white wine sangria, infused with the quintessential flavors of fall, such as succulent apple, luscious pear, zesty orange, and aromatic cinnamon.
This easy pumpkin eggnog is an autumn take on the classic winter cocktail, and is ready start-to-finish in about 10 minutes.This Autumn-inspired Sangria recipe is an incredibly tasty and revitalizing white wine sangria, infused with the quintessential flavors of fall, such as succulent apple, luscious pear, zesty orange, and aromatic cinnamon.
I think the rum sour is a great late summer/early autumn drink. You’ve got the sweet, caramel and vanilla notes in the rum, smoothed over by the egg white, and this all turns the normally fun and wild rum into a more elegant, subdued drink.
Butterscotch schnapps drinks are the perfect cocktail to mix up for autumn or the holiday season. This butterscotch drink is made with vodka, coffee liqueur and of course, Buttershots butterscotch liqueur.
Orange, lemon and cranberries make this cranberry orange prosecco punch fruity and delicious. You could say the flavour really packs a holiday punch! It’s a festive drink in a fancy fall shade of orange that’s easy to make and tastes great.
Spiced pineapple hot buttered rum makes a mouth-watering drink. Whether you’re preparing it as a holiday cocktail or you just want a fall and winter treat, this hot spiced rum toddy is sure to hit the spot.
Whiskey sours have been around for many years and there are several tasty variations on the classic recipe. This one is especially worth making though because the sweet apple flavour goes perfectly with the characteristic whiskey sour taste.
The soft caramel, oak, and vanilla notes of this Spiced Cider & Cran-Bourbon Cocktail linger in its depths and bounces perfectly off the earthy flavors of the sour cranberry, rich apple cider, and rosemary. Add this recipe to your favorite fall menu for a unique flavor you'll relish all season long.
The refreshingly bright flavors of Pomegranate and orange fuse perfectly in this pomegranate and orange cocktail creating a fruity, yet sassy drink perfect for holiday parties. Tart and citrusy, with bold flavors and colors, this hard yet smooth blend is an enjoyable rare mix.
With whiskey, maple syrup, lemon juice and hard apple cider, this apple fizz cocktail is simple to prepare and tastes like fall.
I hope you’ve found a few fall cocktail recipes you like here. The warm season is just bursting with creativity and fresh fruit, so cocktails abound in the summer. But in the fall cocktails take on a whole new feel – spicy, warm, caramel notes, vanilla, and all the dark liquors you can think of, plus some seasonal fruit. Enjoy !
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