Enjoy the holiday season with friends, family, and a good drink. Everyone will want another if you make one of these 29 Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes…
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1. Autumn Hard Apple Cider Sangria
Crisp fall flavors compliment each other in this Autumn Hard Apple Cider Sangria.
2. Hot Apple Cider Buttered Whiskey
YAY! The weekends finally here, and it should definitely include these Hot Apple Cider Buttered Whiskeys…
3. Pumpkin Spice Latte Jell-O Shots
If there was an official fall food or beverage, we all know it would undoubtedly be the Pumpkin Spice Latte. If there was an official food of my life, it would be jello shots. Put the two together and you have a spectacularly tasty, fall-themed way to get drunk. Perfect for college parties, girl’s night get-togethers, and chilly nights sitting on a porch swing by yourself while wrapped in your favorite sweater.
4. Salted Caramel Apple Martini
Celebrate happy hour this fall with a cocktail for the season. These Salted Caramel Apple Martinis taste like freshly picked caramel dipped apples. Delicious!
5. Spiked Spice Apple Cider
This semi-homemade slow cooker spiked spiced apple cider uses store-bought apple cider infused with cinnamon, cloves, star anise, and citrus. Right before serving, it’s topped off with your favorite whiskey or bourbon for the perfect comforting fall cocktail!
6. Apple Pumpkini
In celebration of it being the weekend, I have created a yummy martini for you. Apple and pumpkin in one awesome drink! This is my new favorite fall drink. I love all things pumpkin and apple so having them both in the same cocktail is just perfection!
7. Spiced Holiday Sangria
When you think of iconic, quintessential holiday imagery, what comes to mind? To me, a large bowl of eggnog or some other boozy and festive punch always makes the list. You can almost hear Bing crooning in the background from an old record player while the family dips the ladle in for another glass of punch. Today I’m partnering with Master of Mixes to share a Spiced Holiday Sangria recipe that will last you all holiday season long! Whether you’re planning a holly-jolly Christmas party or looking for a Thanksgiving cocktail that can be made to serve a crowd, this is the recipe for you.
8. Apple Whiskey Sour
Apple Whiskey Sour, blended with apple juice, bourbon whiskey, lemon, and simple syrup, is an easy fall cocktail and a perfect Thanksgiving drink!
9. Apple Cider Sangria
Festive apple cider sangria is a delicious fall cocktail, great for Thanksgiving or girl’s night and a great use for fall apples!
10. Pumpkin Pie Martini
Oh, my luscious deliciousness! Allow me to indulge your taste buds for a moment, or two, or three. Can you imagine sipping silky smooth pumpkin pie with rich, fluffy whipped cream all in a gorgeous, spicy, brown sugar rimmed martini glass? Yes? Then you will want to serve this Pumpkin Pie Martini for your Thanksgiving cocktail.
11. Harvest Punch
Fall weather alone is a good reason to celebrate the season, and I can’t think of a better way than with a drink in your hand and your family and friends gathered around.
12. Thanksgiving Margaritas
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. It’s the perfect time to bring family together, and discuss everything that we are thankful for. I don’t know about you, but I’m always thankful when I have a margarita in my hand. Especially during family events, because there’s always that one ( or 5) family member that will have you wishing, that you had drink.
13. Hot Spiced Cider
The cider cocktail is made with Twenty Boat Spiced Rum, a small-batch, twice-distilled spirit, steeped in 10 locally sourced spices, including cardamom, vanilla bean, cinnamon, rosehip, anise, lemon peel, orange peel, allspice, nutmeg, and chai. It’s one of the few products that will literally keep you warm in the chilly autumn months!
14. Pumpkin Spice White Russian
Why not go ahead and kick off pumpkin season with a good stiff cocktail? Today I’m sharing one of my new favorite comforting fall cocktails: Pumpkin Spice White Russians.
15. Pumpkin Pie Punch
PUMPKIN PIE PUNCH is the ultimate Thanksgiving or Halloween Punch! With apple cider, real pumpkin, and cream soda, you’ll never believe how tasty this fun Pumpkin Cocktail is. Such a unique and fun holiday drink recipe for the fall. Try this pumpkin punch with or without alcohol.
16. Bailey’s Caramel Apple Cocktail
It’s hard to believe anything can beat the luscious fall taste of a caramel apple. But what if you could elevate the season’s most beloved treat and turn it into a delicious cocktail? Created by NYC mixologist Allison Kave of famed boozy bakery, Butter & Scotch, the Caramel Apple cocktail is an indulgent treat that combines the mouthwatering essences of the fall. This cocktail will certainly have guests begging for the recipe!
17. Spiced Sugar Cookie Martini
A sweet and easy dessert cocktail recipe for a Spice Sugar Cookie Martini that uses Sir Winston’s Spiced Simple Syrup from Houston, Texas. This would be an easy Christmas cocktail recipe for holiday entertaining. Bonus discount code for Sir Winston’s Spiced Simple Syrup!
18. Apple Cider Mimosas
Easy 2 ingredient Apple Cider Mimosas – you’ll love this fall twist on a classic mimosa. These Apple Cider Mimosas are the perfect bubbly cocktail to start off the holidays!
19. Apple Pie On The Rocks
Who knew you could sip on a liquid apple pie. This cocktail taste so much like an apple pie you will want to serve at all of your fall gatherings. It would be a fun and delicious addition to your Thanksgiving or Christmas menu.
20. Apple & Gin Autumn Cocktail
Tart, slightly sweet and smooth with a fruity apple forward taste, this Apple & Gin Autumn Cocktail is filled to the brim with cozy, warm fall flavors. Easy on the eyes and downright delicious, this cocktail is perfect for all your fall gatherings and Thanksgiving!
21. Cranberry Orange Martini
Skip the canned cranberry sauce this year and instead opt for this cranberry orange martini during your Thanksgiving celebration. Made with London dry gin, Cointreau and cranberry juice it’s easy to mix up while you’re cooking the big meal. Plus, it might make spending time with the in-laws just a little bit easier. And if it doesn’t, pour yourself another drink.
22. Rosemary’s Piglet
’Tis the season for parties, galas, and get-togethers. Add a festive touch to your own holiday bash with this red-and-green recipe from Salty Sow. Made with sweet pomegranate and earthy rosemary, this effervescent cocktail will leave your guests squealing with delight.
23. Pear & Allspice Bourbon Smash
In need of a new, fall drink? Yes? Excellent! Because, I have a lovely pear bourbon cocktail here for you using ripe pears, bourbon, and maple syrup! And, oh yes, a bit of allspice to give it some kick. So, grab that overripe pear on your counter and the bourbon and get to smashing.
24. Pumpkin Smash
It just wouldn’t be Halloween without a pumpkin. But there’s so much more you can do with the king of squashes than carve it or make a pie.
25. Bourbon Pecan Pie Cocktail
Right off the bat, I’m going to have to admit: I don’t like pecan pie. But ya know what I DO like? Bourbon. And Vodka. And cocktails. So when it comes to pecan pie at Thanksgiving and Christmas, I like mine in a glass as a Bourbon Pecan Pie Cocktail.
26. Pumpkin Spice White Russian
Add a fabulous seasonal twist to your cocktail line-up with this delicious Pumpkin Spice White Russian! It’s just perfect for fall sipping.
27. Honeycrisp Apple Sangria
As a base, I used a pinot grigio. I wanted the wine to pick up on the flavors of the honey and cinnamon sticks, so a heartier wine like an oaky chardonnay may not have worked as well as a lighter one, in my opinion.
28. Apple Cider Mojitos
Apples are everywhere this time of year, so why not use them in a cocktail?? Since Jo-Lynne’s mojito recipe is so popular, we decided to come up with an autumn version. This Apple Cider Mojito Recipe would be awesome for a harvest party, Thanksgiving gathering, cookie swap or with friends at a bonfire!
29. Cranberry Sauce Mojito
If you’re a regular reader then you must be saying, “Wait Barb, this isn’t Friday!” and you are so right? I woke up early Thursday morning with all of the signs of a cold; scratchy throat and congestion are not my friends but they had come to visit in the middle of the night nonetheless.