Tuesday, November 15, 2016

5 Must Try Thanksgiving Cocktails

Fall flew by and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. For those of you doing your grocery shopping this weekend, we wanted to give you enough time to pick up these fine ingredients. Our five must try cocktails pair perfectly with any turkey dinner. Get your gobble on and enjoy these delicious drinks!

Pomegranate Orang Punch

We've got three more weeks until Thanksgiving and it's time to start planning the dinner menu! Try out this recipe for spiked pomegranate orange punch for your dinner!:

Freeze the pomegranate seeds ahead of time for an extra chill. Get this recipe here!

Apple Cider Mojito

APPLE CIDER MOJITOS: Apples are everywhere this time of year, so why not use them in a cocktail?? The secret ingredient to this deliciously different cocktail is the Cinnamon Simple Syrup. Bottoms up! via Jo-Lynne Shane | http://www.jolynneshane.com/apple-cider-mojito-recipe.html:

Crisp and refreshing! Nothing beats this perfect combination of apple and mint. Try this recipe here!

Plum and Thyme Prosecco Smash

The Ultimate Fall Cocktail Guide via @PureWow:

We're all about that champagne campaign and varieties like prosecco. Get a taste for the bubbly with this recipe!

Cranberry Mule

The Cranberry Mule is a fun take on the more traditional Moscow Mule. Perfect as a Thanksgiving cocktail, this drink calls for cranberry, ginger beer and spiced rum, then is topped with sugared cranberries as garnish. #Thanksgiving #Blogsgiving2015 #cocktail:

Cranberries are a staple on Thanksgiving Day. Why not incorporate them anyway you can, like in a cocktail for instance? Get the recipe here!

Pumpkin Pie Martini

Pumpkin Pie Martini -  A  holiday cocktail with the flavors of silky smooth pumpkin pie, rich, fluffy whipped cream all in a gorgeous, spicy, brown sugar rimmed glass. Recipe on sandandsisal.com::

Pretty much a dessert cocktail, this treat will surely give you that extra nudge into food coma. Try out this sweet recipe!

Enjoy these five must try cocktails and devour the details of an extra tasty (and maybe wastey) Thanksgiving!

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