As the weather starts to cool and the evenings become crisp, it’s time to switch from icy, refreshing cocktails to drinks that will keep you relaxed and warm you up inside.
Unpack your cozy sweaters, light a fire, and sip on these great seasonal drinks.
The apple cider mimosa is a perfect autumn take on the classic morning drink.
Mulled wine is basically cold weather sangria, and it’s great to make in large batches for a party.
This version of the famous bittersweet drink replaces the sugar with maple syrup to add a kick that’ll have you excited to see the leaves change color in no time.
With all of the spices that go into autumn baking, plus bitters and booze, hot buttered rum tastes like a cake in a glass.
This delish traditional cocktail combines the earthier flavor of Plymouth gin and warm citrus to make the perfect companion to a pumpkin pie.
Elderberry is a traditional herbal cold cure, and the whiskey sour is a tried and true cocktail. Put them together and you’ve got a winning combination.
You might think of a margarita as a summer pool-side drink, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spice it up for the fall.
If anybody knows how to cure a cold, it’s the Russians. With its mixture of milky coffee and vodka, the only thing you’ll be missing is your trusty sled dog.
Tea, honey, lemon, water, and whiskey create this cocktail that’s basically a cold cure in a glass. Garnish it with your favorite fall spices like cloves, cinnamon, or star anise to add a little something extra.
With cider, ginger, and maple syrup, this winter rum punch is sure to be the hit of any party.
xx, The FabFitFun Team