Get the best recipes for fall cocktails! Whether you like vodka or whiskey, hot or cold beverages – you’ll find something delicious here.
One of my favorite times for cocktails is fall. I have a little bit of an idea why. I like the liquors and flavors associated with autumn – warm whiskies and toasted marshmallow. And of course I like pumpkin. Pumpkin bread is actually my favorite dessert of all time.
This might sound funny, but I prefer drinks when it’s cooler than when it’s warmer. A cocktail isn’t as refreshing to me unless the weather is cool outside. Plus I like the “ambiance” of a fire pit. Of sitting in a camp chair in a fleece jacket and hat listening to the crackle of the wood.
Do you like the picture I’m painting for you?
Me too. It feels so cozy!
If you enjoy fall cocktails, you’re going to love this list of drinks. There are a lot of fun ingredients included and all the alcohols you would expect: whiskey, vodka, bourbon, and more. I’d love for you to check them out and them let me know your favorite in the comments! Scroll on down.
Looking for some alcoholic fall drinks to feed your soul? That's exactly what the recipes on this list are going to do! There are all types of alcohol included so you're sure to find something delicious.
This cranberry maple bourbon smash cocktail is the perfect fall cocktail. Whip up a batch of maple-cranberry simple syrup in just 5-minutes. Then combine it with bourbon and cranberry juice, top it with a rosemary sprig and enjoy!
These s’mores White Russians are seriously decadent. Forget dessert! These are dessert AND an alcoholic beverage. Vodka, Kahlua, spiced marshmallow simple syrup, semi-sweet chocolate, and roasted marshmallows all combine to make a warm and toasty drink that will leave you feeling a little tipsy.
You're going to love this homemade spiced chai simple syrup, mixed with warming bourbon, winter citrus, a touch of vanilla, and fizzy sparkling water. This old fashioned makes for the most perfect cozy fall and winter cocktail that everyone will love!
Ease a traditional Dark and Stormy cocktail into fall and winter with apple and maple! The flavors of apple, maple and ginger all pair so beautifully with the rum. You'll want to make a pitcher of these.
Spiced Apple Prosecco is a quick and easy drink full of fall flavor. It is a simple cocktail combination of spiced rum, Prosecco, and apple cider. This cocktail is perfect for holiday gatherings or relaxing after a busy day.
This one takes that same sweet citrus, bubbly slightly sweet blackberry soda and rum. Lots of rum. But the kick of fresh lime juice ties everything together for a delicious effervescent punch that is great eye candy as well! Drink up!
A seasonal twist on the classic whiskey cocktail, the toasted pecan Old Fashioned is a perfect cocktail for a chilly night. Toasted pecans soak in whiskey for days before the infused alcohol is combined with sugar and bitters to make a homemade old cocktail.
Let’s take things back a little old school. Sip slow and enjoy this smokey mature classic cocktail, infused with savory new flavors. The Smoked Cherry Old Fashioned is a gentlemen’s cocktail, in a woman’s world.
You'll have to prepare for this beverage a few days ahead of time because you'll be doing an infusion. But the results are well worth it, because the fig combined with the rye adds a smoky flavor for fall.
This chocolate liqueur maple peanut Butter Latte is a great after dinner digestif drink. The sweet maple and peanut butter syrup and chocolate liqueur pair extremely well with espresso or strongly brewed coffee, and creates the sweet end that every meal needs.
There is really nothing like a good quality apple cider! It's so crisp and delicious. And what brings out the crispness even more? A good whiskey. Combine the two and you have an amazing autumn cocktail.
This is the perfect cocktail to have for a brunch in early fall. The plum will remind you of summer, but the thyme provides a feeling that takes me straight into autumn. This is such a delicious drink.
I absolutely love blackberries, and even though Moscow Mules are an all year thing - they remind me of fall. This is a perfect transition drink from those fruity summer beverages to cooler weather cocktails.
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