Have yourself a happy thanksgiving

Updated: Dec 1, 2020

Thanksgiving cocktails to set you in the mood! Thanksgiving isn't a huge holiday in my home mostly cause I'm not a big turkey person but I love the transition of fall to winter. There are so many great flavors that you can work with to celebrate and add a festive kick to your holiday cocktails. I personally love to add berry flavors and sweet but not overpowering touches to my thanksgiving/late fall cocktails. I've included a few of my favorites that are easy to make at home.


The Bourbon Snatcher

Bourbon smash


Ingredients

2 oz Bourbon

1 oz Creme de Mure

Top with Grapefruit Soda

Garnish: 3-6 Mint Leaves and Blackberries


Recipe: In a shaker with ice, pour bourbon and creme de mure. Shake until cold. In a cocktail glass, muddle mint leaves. Pour from shaker. Top with Grapefruit soda. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberries.


Voyage to home or something like it

Vodka martini

Ingredients

2 oz Vodka

1 oz Apple liqueur

1 oz Rose Liqueur

1/2 oz Dry Vermouth

1/2 oz simple syrup


Recipe: in a shaker with ice, pour vodka, dry vermouth, Apple liqueur, and rose liqueur. Shake until cold. Pour into a chilled martini glass.



A little salty but none the less special

Manhattan

Ingredients

2 oz Ole Smokey Salty Caramel Whiskey

1 oz Sweet Vermouth

1/2 oz Campari

Three dashes of whiskey Bitters

Garnish: orange twist

Recipe: in a mixing glass, pour all ingredients. Stir. Pour into a chilled coupe glass and garnish with orange twist.


It’s finally PIE Season

Whiskey cocktail

Ingredients

1 1/2 oz Ole Smokey Salty Caramel Whiskey

1 oz Apple Liqueur

1 oz Ginger Liqueur

Two dashes of whiskey bitters

One sugar sube

Garnish: Pear Slice

Recipe: in a mixing glass, pour whiskey, Apple liqueur, and ginger liqueur. Stir. In an old fashioned glass, muddle sugar cube and bitters. Pour from mixing glass. Add ice.


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