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You wanted to know what the best alcoholic drink recipes for fall are? Well we have put a list of 10 plus links to other pages like this for you to help make your decision. Enjoy the fall!
This first drink bridges the gap between fall and winter. The hot fall cider warms your heart while the tuaca liqueur warms your belly. Topped off with whipped cream and cinnamon, this drink will have you relaxing fast. This is the perfect after dinner drink perhaps for Thanksgiving or even Christmas dinner.
Roll your lime on the counter with the palm of your hand to soften it and bruise the fruit a little making it easier to retrieve all of the juice inside. Cut the lime in half. Set your 100% pure copper mug filled 3/4 of the way full with ice on the counter and squeeze the juice of the entire lime into the mug using your lemon squeezer press to ensure that you get the most out of that lime. Pour one to one and a half shots of bourbon or Irish whiskey into your copper mug. Top off the mug with about one half of a can of Barrit’s ginger beer until the mug is full. Pour the content from the mug into your alcohol shaker and then back into your mug. You may garnish with a little mint and a slice of lime if you want to get really fancy. Now your Kentucky mule is ready to be enjoyed during the McGregor vs. Mayweather fight 2017. See the video below for a tutorial on these instructions:
As far as Brandy Alexanders go none are exactly like this one. Smooth and yummy! It starts out very strong but then seems to mellow out, or maybe that is the drink mellowing you out?
This one is as easy as picking it up at the local liquor store. JONGO would warn against opening a pumpkin beer too early as it will definitely start you thinking fall and cooler temperature!
Rare is the pumpkin beer that’s actually brewed with pumpkin. And not only does Rogue Ales roast and add the gourds, but the brewery grows their own next to its 42-acre hop yard. At harvest, the pumpkin are whisked away to the brewery and combined with cinnamon, vanilla bean, ginger, cloves, cardamom and Rogue’s own hops. Many fall beers say “pumpkin” on their label, Rogue actually delivers that promise. 5.6%
While we are talking about fall beers here at JONGO we couldn’t leave out our favorite Oktoberfest beer in Surly’s SurlyFest!
Bucking tradition, Surly Brewing created a fall lager like no other. Using malted rye and a heaping share of spicy, floral Sterling hops, SurlyFest bears little resemblance to the traditional, bready Festbiers of Munich. The masterful brewers at Surly, however, do use the customary Vienna-roast barley that combined with the rye, creates a subtle toasted caramel counterpoint to the big peppery, citrus hops. 6%
This was is such an amazing drink! It tasted almost like a caramel apple but even better. It will warm you up today. It tastes like your at home!
Not much needs to be said for this drink, but if you are a martini fan it is a must try in the fall. It is also the perfect drink for a fall party in late October. Having one of these will take your mind to a place of fall and falling autumn leaves!
Instead of wine, this juicy sangria is made with hard cider spiked with lemon juice and apple brandy.
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To give this tequila smash an autumnal feel, bar manager Devlin DeVore adds apple juice (“apple” is manzana in Spanish) and cinnamon.
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This spicy-sweet highball, developed as an alternative to the ubiquitous apple martini, is made with citrus vodka, apple liqueur and a healthy splash of ginger beer.
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