Fall Weather Cocktails for 2017

By on September 28, 2017

Whiskey Sour Cocktail Drink with a Cherry Lemon

Fall is officially here! The change in seasons not only brings about the cooler weather but it also means football season is here. And football season means hanging out with friends supporting your favorite team. So with that in mind, we thought we would bring you up to speed on some of the fall cocktails making the rounds this year. They are easy to make and even easier to order.

Kentucky Mulled Cider

This one comes to us via Maker’s Mark and you can find the complete recipe on their website.

As their website says, “Hot, spicy and sweet, the Kentucky Mulled Cider is perfect for cold-weather parties or just sipping by the fire.” This is a great drink to enjoy during this fall and winter season.

Ingredients

1-1/4 parts Maker’s Mark® Bourbon

Hot apple cider

Dash of allspice

Tall cinnamon stick and lemon slice for garnish

Instructions

Add Maker’s Mark® Bourbon to a footed mug.

Fill mug with hot apple cider and the dash of allspice.

Garnish with a tall cinnamon stick and lemon slice.

Whiskey Sour

A classic bourbon cocktail, the Whiskey Sour is sure to impress your guests. This particular recipe comes from Bulleit Frontier Whiskey’s website and this is one drink that will not leave your guests feeling sour.

Ingredients

1.5 oz Bulleit Bourbon

1 tsp lemon juice

0.5 tsp sugar

Orange slice

Maraschino cherry

Instructions

Add bourbon, lemon juice, and sugar to the cocktail shaker. Shake with ice and strain into chilled rocks glass. Garnish with orange slice and a maraschino cherry.

 

Lavazza Harvest Moon

Dale DeGroff also known as “King Cocktail” brings us our next selection, the Lavazza Harvest Moon. Dale has been widely recognized for his talent bartending at some well-known establishments. So, we know that anything he puts out, is going to be amazing, you can find this and many other recipes on dales website.

 

Ingredients

1 oz. Lavazza SM Drip brewed coffee

1.5 oz Apple Cider

Dash Dale DeGroff’s Pimento Bitters

1.5 oz Calvados Boulard

1 oz. simple syrup

1 small egg

Instructions

Shake the ingredients well with ice and strain into an appropriate eggnog cup and dust
with nutmeg.

Do you have a favorite fall cocktail? Share it with the class! Let us know in the comments section below.

Oscar is a Cedar Valley College graduate in Music Recording Technology. He enjoys listening and working on all different genres of music, but having been born in Colombia, salsa music is his favorite. He loves soccer and baseball. He enjoys discovering and sharing new and off-the-beaten-path food places as well as traveling the world with his wife and 2 boys.

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