Our Seasonal Favorites
As the temperature drops, days get shorter and the leaves change colors, it’s time to move from fruit–enhanced light beers and tonics to more hearty autumn cocktails. Think of the colors of fall as you look for new fall cocktail recipes!
FLAVORS OF FALL
Many popular cocktails at this time of the year involve some sort of cider with brandy or whiskey, but don’t miss out on the cream flavors of the season.
Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur in coffee or in cocktail recipes.
Perfect to warm you after a cold day of raking leaves, this drink caters to your favorite, whether brandy, whisky or rum.
1 oz. brandy, whiskey or rum, 1 Tbsp honey, 1⁄4 lemon, 1 cup hot water, 1 tea bag. Coat the bottom of a mug with honey. Add the liquor and the juice from the lemon quarter. On the side, heat water and add the tea bag to make hot tea. Pour the steaming tea into the glass and stir.
What better time of the year to serve up a warm coffee drink to enjoy? This classic is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
1 shot of Irish whiskey, 2 tsps of brown sugar, coffee, light cream or whipped cream. Mix brown sugar and whiskey into a coffee glass. Add coffee up to 1⁄2 inch from the glass rim. Add a splash or two of light cream to taste, or decorate with whipped cream.
A trip to the orchard makes for great fall fun, but why leave home to enjoy the flavors of the harvest?
2 shots of Lime Vodka, 2 shots of Sour Apple Liqueur, 7Up or Sprite Build over ice in a highball glass. Top off with Sprite or 7Up.