The first official day of fall is September 22, but we bet your guests are already asking for fall cocktail recipes. Here are a few to add to your seasonal fall cocktail menus.
2 oz Dickel Bourbon
0.5 oz Lager Beer Syrup (2 parts cane sugar: 1 part beer)
0.5 oz Lemon Juice
0.25 oz Rothman & Winter Peach Liqueur
Shake all ingredients and fine strain into a rocks glass packed with crushed ice; garnish with several fresh slices of peach.
Recipe courtesy of George Dickel.
Pumpkin Patch Punch
1 oz. Monin Spiced Pumpkin Purée
1 1/2 oz. aged rum
4 oz. oat milk
Glass Size: 16 oz.
Garnish: cinnamon stick, nutmeg
Fill serving glass full of ice. Pour ingredients into mixing glass with 2/3 ice in order listed.
Cap, shake and strain into serving glass with ice. Add garnish and serve.
Recipe courtesy of Monin.
1 cup raw rice
1 cup raw hazelnuts
1.5 cups of water
2 cinnamon sticks
Let it sit overnight in fridge
Separate liquid from mix and blend solids with equal amounts of that same liquid. Once all is blended strain with cheesecloth. Now with the horchata strained add:
2 table stools of vanilla extract
2 cups almond milk
3/4 cup agave syrup
Stir well and chill in the fridge. Serves six cocktails.
To make the cocktail, add 2 oz of El Bandido Yankee Reposado Tequila to horchata. Pour over ice garnish with cinnamon stick and hazelnuts and Nutella drizzle.
Recipe courtesy of El Bandido Yankee.
Apple Cider Martini
2 oz Goslings Black Seal Rum
3 oz apple cider
½ oz orange juice
½ oz orange liqueur
Cinnamon and sugar mix
Into a shaker add the Goslings Black Seal Rum, apple cider, orange juice, orange liqueur and ice. Shake vigorously and strain into a martini glass, garnished with a cinnamon sugar rim.
Recipe by Goslings Rum.
Broken Pumpkin Cider
2 oz Broken Shed Vodka
1.5 oz Apple Cider
1 oz Real Pumpkin Puree Infused Syrup
Garnish the rim of a martini glass with finely crushed graham crackers. Add all ingredients to a shaker with ice. Shake and strain into the rimmed martini glass.