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Fall Cocktail Recipes To Pair With The Autumn Chill


Perfect for fall holiday get-togethers and parties with these fall cocktail recipes!

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Mix your own drinks and try these fruit cocktail recipes

Fall cocktail recipes you can mix up during the fall holidays

I don’t know about you, but my favorite part about fall is the special flavors it brings. Every fall, I silently celebrate the first pumpkin spice-flavored goodies I see at the store.

I especially covet the honey crisp apple and homely cinnamon overtones… these warm fall cocktails really capture the unique flavors of fall with apples, caramel, pumpkin, cinnamon, pear and cream.

Whether you’re planning a fall party or just want to drink with your friends, here’s a cocktail recipe for you. Sipping one of these warm comforting drinks feels just like being wrapped in a cozy blanket.

So, grab a glass and scroll on so you can start making some simple and easy fall cocktails!

1. Caramel Apple Martini Cocktail

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Caramel and apple is one of the most comforting flavor combos, don’t you think? Now, add some martini and enjoy this clean and pleasant Three ingredient cocktail!

2. Pumpkin pie in a glass

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Did you know that there is a pumpkin spice-flavored Kahlua? I think I’m in love…

Well, what’s not to love about This creamy and filling drink recipe Can you enjoy guilt free?

3. Apple and Pear White Sangria

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Take a break from the heavy comfort foods of the chilly fall season and indulge in these light, refreshing treats Apple and Pear White Sangria. For a fall-inspired party, nothing could be more perfect than apples and pears to go with the drink.

4. Apple Cider Jello Shot with Fireball Whiskey

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Party time! with This is a jello shot, everyone is sure to have a good time! Be careful though, because this drink is very tasty.

Since you’ll rarely get a hint of alcohol in it (and there’s plenty of it), you may need to cut back on your party time.

If you want to spice up your cocktail, try this ice cube trick!

5. Honeycrisp Apple Sangria

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For super busy yet DIY junkie moms, This is the Make-Ahead Honeycrisp Apple Sangria A life saver. In fact, this drink gets better with time, so making it the night before an event will give you great results.

A little tip though, add club soda right before serving if you don’t want it to lose its fizz. Doing so will give it its distinctive refreshing pop and taste.

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6. Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail

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Here’s another drinkable pie – yum! we have Here is the delicious recipe And you better not miss it.

I’ll confirm not and am now on the hunt for some craft jet-puffed caramel and vanilla swirlmallows. what can i say I’m following it to the letter.

7. Apple Cider Mimosas

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Two ingredients and two easy steps to make This is a beautiful apple cider mimosa. Very beautiful! Perfect for a fall brunch with the ladies.

8. Buji Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate (2 Ways)

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Since we can’t get enough of the frothy, filling and creamy boozy drink, here’s another mix you’ll fall for. This is vintage pumpkin white hot chocolate Also served two ways, which you will love equally.

9. Apple Cider Moscow Mule

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Add a traditional apple The Moscow Mule to do This is a refreshing apple cider cocktail For a seasonal twist. Serve in a copper mug to keep it ice cold and perfect for sipping with your family or friends by a crackling fire.

If you’re still craving more cocktail recipes this fall, here are three more from the Wyse Guide:

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Wasn’t it fun? Now you have multiple fruit cocktails to serve to your guests at your next gathering. Serve one or all of these fall cocktail recipes and I’m sure your party will be a blast!

Do you have a fruit cocktail recipe you’d like us to feature here? Share with us in the comments section below!

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Editor’s note: This post was originally published on October 3, 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevance.





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