Fall is here and it is time to enjoy some seasonal drinks. We love the desired Fall beverages so much. Find warm and comforting drinks perfect for fall sipping: apple cider, mulled wine, hot buttered rum and more. Don’t forget to comment below to let us know what you think.
It’s officially Fall, so that means it’s time for APPLE PIE COCKTAILS!! My very first recipe that went viral (and still continues to be one of my most popular every day, despite the terrible photography 🙂 was my Apple Pie Sangria. It continues to make it to our Thanksgiving table each year, and makes me want to recreate it in different forms again and again! Last year I did a little spin on it, adding pears, with the Apple Pie Punch. People must love things with “apple pie” in the title…can you blame them? It makes us all think of home, family. the holidays, and great flavors. So I’m super excited to introduce you to the APPLE PIE MOSCOW MULE!!
I just love Moscow mules. The super cold copper mug, the refreshing ginger beer, how very very customizable they are. So much to love. And guess what, apple and ginger are a match made in heaven…so these Apple Pie Moscow Mules just WORK. Such a perfect combo. I’m pretty excited about this one…can you tell?
I also love that this twist on a moscow mule is easily made non-alcoholic! So…this may make me sound a bit silly, but I didn’t realize ginger beer in nonalcoholic. BUT IT IS! Just like root beer. So simply leave out the vodka in this recipe and voila! Mocktail. A delicious Apple Pie inspired mocktail. Win win!
You can find this pumpkin flavored coffee drink at just about any coffee shop this time of year. I’ve tried just about every version that there is. So, when I came across a bottle of pumpkin pie flavored vodka, I knew I had to come up with an adult version of the pumpkin spice latte. I call it a drunken pumpkin latte.
I know, it may not technically be a latte since we’re not steaming any milk and the milk to coffee ratio is not 1:1. But, that’s because I’ve replaced some of the milk with other awesome stuff…pumpkin pie vodka and RumChata!
Just mix some coffee, milk, RumChata, pumpkin pie vodka, sugar, and ground cinnamon together and you have an amazing fall cocktail.
I’ve tried this drink a couple different ways.
I made a hot coffee drink for myself, which I topped with whipped cream and ground cinnamon. This would be awesome for fall evenings around a campfire, or chilly morning tailgating.
I also made a large pitcher, which I stored in the refrigerator. Then, poured it over ice to make iced drunken punk’n lattes for a crowd. This would be a perfect cocktail for a party or holiday get together.
You’re all about brunch. You’re all about fall. And now you’re all about Spoon because we’ve shown you the best way to combine the two. Control your resting brunch face, please.
- Fill large pitcher with sliced apples, lemons, and oranges.
- Add apple cider, ginger beer, and white wine.
- Stir mixture then pour into serving glasses.
I have always been a mulled cider lover.
And a wine lover.
But it wasn’t until I spent a few weeks in Europe last winter that I came to realize that I am totally a mulled wine lover too!
Seriously though — why is mulled wine not a bigger deal in the United States?!? It’s the perfect drink to warm you up in the evening after a chilly day out in the cold. And it’s filled with delicious spices just like cider. And warm. And sangria-ish sweet, but not too sweet. And warm. And easy to make in just 20 minutes, or made even easier in the slow cooker. And did I mention it’s warm?
Of all the rums we tried for this recipe, we liked Myers’s best. But Oronoco, a new white rum from Brazil, also made a beautifully balanced drink.
Almost as good as the one I had at an English Gastropub in the city (Breslin). Added a dash of vanilla and it was excellent.
This was great. I can’t believe I had never had buttered rum before this. I am sure it will become a new holiday tradition for me.
Add a splash of cream/half&half to each cup for extra richness!
Bring water, butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and salt to a boil in a 1 1/2- to 2-quart saucepan over moderately high heat. Reduce heat and simmer, whisking occasionally, 10 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in rum. Serve hot.
When autumn hits and people look for a celebratory seasonal drink, many people search for a Pumpkin Martini. Here’s an introduction you to a tall pumpkin drink that is quite interesting. Possibly the best part of this recipe is that you do not need to hunt down a pumpkin liqueur — a little pumpkin puree will give you all the flavor you need.
Something we don’t see in many pumpkin-flavored cocktails is ginger and it is really nice here with the fresh pumpkin. The two flavors are a natural compliment and this vodka is nice and spicy. The Ginger vodka grabs your attention and holds it with the complex flavor, making it a great mixer.
One thing you may like to add to this recipe is a top off of a ginger ale such as Vernor’s. It really doesn’t need it, but it’s a nice addition if you’d like to add an extra touch of sweetness.
Warm Apple Pie Cocktails with all of the best flavors of fall poured into a glass and topped with whipped cream and cinnamon. Great for holidays and special celebrations.
I’ve got a delicious fall cocktail today for a very special celebration! You are going to love these Warm Apple Pie Cocktails!
These martinis taste like a boozy, bodacious pumpkin pie. Smooth, creamy, sweet and rich with nuances of pumpkin and cinnamon, this martini is essentially your favorite autumn pie in a chilled glass!
Well I’ve been on quite the pumpkin kick recently, wouldn’t you agree? First the crostata. Then the whoopie pies. And now this Pumpkin and Apple Cider Fizz. It seems like each fall I develop an obsession for a different seasonal fruit or vegetable. Last year was figs. The year before, root vegetables (particularly parsnips).
Do you ever find yourself doing the same thing? This year, I can partially attribute my pumpkin obsession to a pantry full of organic pumpkin puree. I stocked up a month ago thinking there would be some sort of pumpkin shortage this year. I’m thinking the shortage never really happened because I’ve seen plenty of pumpkins (whole and canned) around.
This Pumpkin and Apple Cider Fizz is a seasonal blend of pumpkin puree, vanilla vodka, cider and ginger beer. The cocktail tastes very similar to pumpkin pie; however, it’s not overly sweet. The ginger beer lends a bit of a bite to the drink and counters the heft of the pumpkin puree, resulting in a very enjoyable mouthfeel.
You can find all the items needed for these drinks on amazon:
- Buddeez Cold Beverage Dispenser: great for lemonade, Iced Tea , water or Sangria
- Riedel VINUM Bordeaux/Merlot/Cabernet Wine Glasses
- Chef’s Star 15 Ounce Stemless Wine Glasses Set
- Libbey Vina 6-piece Martini Glass Set: Martini Glasses
- Libbey Z-stem 4-piece Martini Glass Set: Martini Glasses
- Twist Whiskey Glasses, Scotch Glasses: Old Fashioned Glasses
- Chilling Stones for Whiskey and other Beverages
- Chillz Ice Ball Maker Mold – Black Flexible Silicone Ice Tray
- Paksh Novelty Italian White Wine Glasses: Wine Glasses