Delicious Fall Cocktails To Sip Through the Season
Seeking a seasonal treat? Look no further than these fall cocktails! When autumn rolls around it's time to bring on the changing leaves, chillier temperatures, and comforting flavors. So often, fall is synonymous with baked goods, but don't let your oven have all the fun, skip on over to the bar cart, grab a shaker, and whip up these boozy cocktails that taste like the turning seasons in every sip.
Autumn Apple Pie Cocktail
All the flavors of fall in a single glass, cinnamon, apple, and vanilla come together for one seriously boozy treat. "This legitimately tastes EXACTLY like apple pie," says SunnyDaysNora.
Bourbon-Pumpkin Milk Punch
This classic creamy New Orleans cocktail gets a fall-inspired twist with the addition of pumpkin pie-flavored syrup. Coat your cocktail glass rim with cinnamon sugar for an extra pretty presentation.
Hot Spiked Cider
Keep the kids away from this punchbowl! This recipe is a warm-you-up classic for chilly nights or holiday gatherings.
Pumpkin Spice Martini
Skip the pumpkin spice baked goods and shake up this autumnal drink featuring three types of liquor and a collection spices that you probably already have in the kitchen cabinet.
Autumn Sunshine Cocktail
Named because the taste is "bright like the sun", Autumn Sunshine features the flavors of tangy citrus and warm bourbon. The secret ingredient to make it sweet is a dash of rich maple syrup.
Hot Buttered Rum Batter
Warm up this fall with a batch of hot buttered rum batter that keeps for up to three months. Add a shot of rum to each glass, a tablespoon of the batter, then fill to the brim with boiling water.
Grandma's Apple Pie 'Ala Mode' Moonshine
This takes apple picking to a new level! Apple cider and vanilla vodka, mixed with grain alcohol, bring this boozy twist on a beloved fall dessert.
Old-Fashioned Swedish Glogg
Don't let this recipe's peculiar name stop you from trying a drink made from whiskey, port wine, and white rum. Reviewer MAMASPICE says, "This is a must during the winter holidays in our house."
Cranberry-Rosemary Prosecco Float
Mix up the rosemary simple syrup a week in advance and then the rest of this seasonal cocktail comes together in minutes. Make it kid-friendly by subbing in sparkling cider so the entire family can say 'cheers' together!
Bobbing for Apples
A fun twist on a childhood favorite! Simply combine Southern Comfort with apple cider and enjoy this 21-and-up apple bobbing aperitif. "Southern Comfort is somewhat a fruity tasting spiced liqueur and the combination of it with the richness and depth of the apple cider compliment each other perfectly," says reviewer Linda.
Sarah's Frozen Pumpkin Spice Cocktail
Is your area holding on to warmer temperatures despite it being fall? Then enjoy the flavors of autumn with this frozen pumpkin cocktail, just the thing to cool you down for the season.
Red Wine Hot Chocolate
Red wine and chocolate are meant to go together. This warm beverage combines the two and is topped with a creamy layer of frothed milk and a sprinkle of grated chocolate.