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Festive Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes

Sunday, November 22, 2015
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This Thursday marks Thanksgiving—the holiday reminding us to express all that we’re grateful for. And what better way to do so than getting together with family and friends over dinner and drinks? Whether you crave something sweet or spicy to complement your meal of turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes, we’ve got you covered. Here, you’ll find five festive cocktail recipes that are equally delicious and easy to make.

1. The Moose is Loose

Courtesy of Randolph Broome

1 oz. Mulled Wine Reduction

Barspoon Cassis

1/2 oz. Fresh lemon

1/2 oz. Honey

2 oz. Bourbon

Shake and strain all ingredients, add ice, and top with cinnamon dust and top with bay leaves.

2. Fall Fashioned

Courtesy of Bounce Sporting Club

2 oz. Rye whiskey

1/2 oz. Mulled spice simple syrup

3 Dashed cherry vanilla bitters

Stir all ingredients, pour over a large ice cube and garnish with a clove of spiked orange rind.

3. Coco Hop Scotch

3 oz. TY KU Coconut Sake

2 oz. Butterscotch Snaps

5 oz. Amaretto

Combine all ingredients and mix with hot chocolate.

4. Granny Apple Bottom

Courtesy of Randolph Broome

3 oz. Dashes of Hellfire shrub bitters

1 oz. of Granny Smith

1/2 Lime

1/2 Agave

3/4 Combier

2 oz. Holland pepper tequila

Shake and strain all ingredients into Tajin rimmed rocks glass.

5. Smashing Pumpkin

2 oz. TY KU Coconut Sake

1 tbsp. Pumpkin puree

1 tsp. Simple syrup

Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker, then pour over ice and garnish with a cinnamon stick. Cheers!


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