Best Fall Cocktail Recipes

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If you have to say goodbye to summer, you might as well do it with some booze! The best thing about fall is all the flavors that come out – something about that combination of cinnamon, apple, pumpkin, and nutmeg is so soothing. So why not soothe your summer woes and say hello to fall with some apple-y, pumpkin-y, cinnamon-y cocktails?

Best Fall Cocktails to Make Right Now

Spiked Apple Cider Floats


These are perfect for those last warm days when you still want to indulge in delicious apple cider and cinnamon goodness! Who needs to wait until the weather cools down? Just throw some ice cream in your cocktail and call it a day.


Apple Infused Vodka + BONUS Apple Martini Recipe


This recipe will be handy all season long! Just imagine all the amazing apple flavored cocktails you can make with this. And once your vodka infusion is finished, there’s even a recipe for an apple martini that will knock your socks off.


Pumpkin Chai Hot Buttered Rum


Sore throat? This will take care of it, no problem. Besides, what else could you ask for in your hot buttered rum? Nothing. This is the perfect cold weather cocktail.


Caramel Apple Sangria


And if you just can’t let go of summer – not now, not ever – then turn your favorite summer cocktails into fall versions! You don’t have to put away that sangria yet, just spice it up with this caramel apple version.


Pumpkin Spice Eggnog Horchata


Okay, let’s get weird with it people. Now this spice infused cocktail is guaranteed to warm you up on those chilly nights. Plus this cocktail recipe will be a hit at your holiday party too!


And if making your own drinks isn’t your thing, then just come down to Howl and we can mix up something delicious for you! We just added a few tasty apple flavors to our lineup, so we won’t disappoint. Don’t take our word for it, enter to win a free Happy Hour party at your local Howl and try us out!

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