Crisp and Cozy Fall Cocktails & Mocktails for The Holiday Season

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Fall in love with these drinks!

Nothing pairs better with fall holidays than a refreshing drink made with seasonal ingredients. If your favorite fall tradition is treating yourself to pumpkin spice lattes and apple crisp macchiatos from Starbucks, these fall beverages are the evening equivalent. Fall cocktail recipes highlight the most delicious fall flavors like apple, cranberry, maple, pumpkin, and spice—separate or together! Some of our favorite concoctions can easily switch from alcoholic to nonalcoholic too, which means everyone can partake in the autumnal fun.

Find your signature fall cocktail or mocktail and your Halloween and Thanksgiving parties will feel as crisp and cozy as a fall day!

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Pumpkin Cocktails & Mocktails

Pumpkin Pie Martini

A pie in a glass, this decadent drink is perfectly pumpkin.

To make non-alcoholic, use 3 tablespoons of water and 3/4 teaspoons of chocolate extract for every 1/4 cup of Creme de Cacao and omit vodka.

Click here to view the recipe for Pumpkin Pie Martini!

Pumpkin Old Fashioned

An old-fashioned that's in fashion!

To make non-alcoholic, omit bourbon.

Click here to view the recipe for Pumpkin Old Fashioned!

Pumpkin Spice White Russian

This creamy pumpkin and coffee drink is basically an alcoholic pumpkin spice latte.

Click here to view the recipe for Pumpkin Spice White Russian!

Pumpkin Apple Shandy

Combine seasonal pumpkin beer with apple cider and bourbon for an extra fall-flavored drink.

Click here to view the recipe for Pumpkin Apple Shandy!

Pumpkin Pie Moscow Mule

Make or buy pumpkin butter for this rich dessert cocktail.

To make non-alcoholic, swap vanilla vodka for a few drops of vanilla extract.

Click here to view the recipe for Pumpkin Pie Moscow Mule!

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

You'll float to heaven with this ice cream float cocktail!

To make non-alcoholic, omit rum and swap Bailey's for pumpkin spice creamer.

Click here to view the recipe for Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice!

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Apple Cocktails & Mocktails

Autumn Apple Bourbon Fizz

This apple butter cocktail is as sweet as apple pie!

To make non-alcoholic, swap bourbon for apple cider.

Click here to view the recipe for the Apple Cider Bourbon Fizz!

Apple Cider Mule

Add apple cider to a classic Moscow mule and garnish with a cinnamon stick for fall flair.

To make non-alcoholic, omit vodka.

Click here to view the recipe for the Apple Cider Mule!

Apple Cider Margarita

Serve with taco soup on a cold fall night!

Click here to view the recipe for Apple Cider Margarita!

Spiked Apple Cider

This party-sized recipe is punch bowl ready.

Click here to view the recipe for Spiked Apple Cider!

Apple Sangria

After you're finished apple picking this season, feature your harvest in this warm red wine sangria.

To make non-alcoholic, swap red wine for apple grape juice and brandy for apple cider.

Click here to view the recipe for Apple Sangria!

Apple Cider Mimosa

Host the best fall brunch with apple cider mimosas!

Click here to view the recipe for the Apple Cider Mimosa!

Apple Cider Hot Toddy

After you make hot apple cider for the kids, add bourbon and make an apple cider hot toddy!

To make non-alcoholic, omit bourbon.

Click here to view the recipe for the Apple Cider Hot Toddy!

Tequila Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail

Use butterscotch schnapps to create this pie in a glass!

Click here to view the recipe for the Tequila Caramel Apple Pie Cocktail!

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Cranberry Cocktails & Mocktails

Cranberry Moscow Mule

Thanksgiving cranberry sauce lovers will find this cranberry Moscow mule the perfect side to their side dish!

To make non-alcoholic, omit vodka.

Click here to view the recipe for the Cranberry Moscow Mule!

Cranberry Mimosa

Cranberries make beautiful garnishes for brunch bubbly.

Click here to view the recipe for the Cranberry Mimosa!

Cranberry Margarita

This striking red margarita will match any fall decor.

Click here to view the recipe for the Cranberry Margarita!

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Maple Cocktails & Mocktails

Maple Old Fashioned

Add undeniable maple sweetness to this classic cocktail.

To make non-alcoholic, sub bourbon for cola.

Click here to view the recipe for the Maple Old Fashioned!

Campfire Sling

Gather round a warm fireplace and cozy up to this drink!

Click here to view the recipe for the Campfire Sling!

Gold & Delicious

This cognac cocktail features a sweet maple sugar rim!

Click here to view the recipe for the Gold & Delicious!

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Coffee Cocktails & Mocktails

Amaretto Coffee

Warm up with this extra cozy coffee.

Click here to view the recipe for Amaretto Coffee!

Black Russian

Combine vodka and Kahlua for a fall drink with kick.

Click here to view the recipe for the Black Russian!

Grace O’Malley

Whiskey, coffee liqueur, and a splash of citrus will brighten any fall blues.

Click here to view the recipe for the Grace O’Malley!

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Spiced Cocktails & Mocktails

Hot Buttered Rum

Make your own spiced butter for this easily-assembled hot drink.

To make non-alcoholic, replace rum with your favorite tea or coffee.

Click here to view the recipe for Hot Buttered Rum!

Mulled Wine

A seasonal staple, spiced mulled wine will warm you up quick!

Click here to view the recipe for Mulled Wine!

Honey Roasted Pear Sparkling Cocktail & Mocktail

Cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla balance this sweet honey drink.

To make non-alcoholic, follow mocktail recipe.

Click here to make the recipe for Honey Roasted Pear Sparkling Cocktail & Mocktail!

Vanilla Chai Old Fashioned

Nothing says fall like a spicy chai cocktail!

Click here to view the recipe for the Vanilla Chai Old Fashioned!

The Harvest Cocktail

Cognac, cinnamon syrup, and apple butter create an apple pie filling-like cocktail.

To make non-alcoholic, sub cognac with apple cider.

Click here to view the recipe for The Harvest Cocktail!

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