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5 Fall Cocktails To Try

5 Fall Cocktails To Try

5 Fall Cocktails To Try

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The pumpkin spice latte may be the queen of Autumn drinks. But occasionally, you’re craving something a tad stronger when the nights get crisp and cool.

These fun fall drinks, like pumpkin spice White Russians and mulled wine, will make you want to put on a cozy sweater and watch the leaves change. So crank up the fireplace, and pour yourself one or two these sippers to celebrate the season.

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5 Fall Cocktails To Try

Big Apple Manhattan

This spin on the classic Manhattan uses apple brandy to give it a fruity twist. It’s a strong enough drink to handle any Autumn hustling, and is perfect served with an apple based dessert.

Get the recipe here.

Mulled Wine

Making mulled wine couldn’t be simpler: Combine a bottle of red wine with orange slices, warm spices, honey, and some brandy and leave to simmer for 10 minutes. THAT’S IT.

Many connoisseurs favour dry wines for this cocktail. But really, whatever your favorite vintage, should work!

Get the recipe here.

Nutty Irishman

The sweet and subtle nuttiness of a hazelnut liqueur is the perfect partner to frothy Irish cream. The inevitable whipped cream mustache that follows is totally worth it.

Get the recipe here.

Pumpkin Spice White Russian

Somewhere between cocktail and dessert, this Italian-influenced is hard to resist.

Looking for a Halloween-esque upgrade? A dash of orange bitters, a pinch of ground cinnamon and fresh nutmeg shavings add another mouth watering dimension to this decadent drink.

Cranberry Orange Whiskey Sour

Cranberry cocktails are good all season long, but this version is a go-to cocktail for the start of sweater season.

It’s warm and spicy from the whiskey and ginger beer, but refreshing and tart courtesy of the cranberry and citrus.

Have A Cocktail At The Queens

Of course, you could leave the drink slinging to the experts, and spend the evening at the Queens.

Their menu includes a range of classic cocktails, including Sangria, Orange Mojitos and Watermelon Sugar High. More than enough to satisfy your savory drink cravings.

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