Margaritas and sangrias are out and fall cocktails are in! The changing of the season signals the time to start whipping up warm and comforting drinks. Here are eleven of the best fall cocktails worth trying this fall.
Apple Cider Mimosas
What’s better than a mimosa to start out a holiday morning? A mimosa with apple cider in it and cinnamon on the rim of the flute. Yum! Find the recipe on Delish.
Kahlùa Pumpkin Scotchie
Made up of Kahlúa Pumpkin Spice and butterscotch schnapps, this creamy drink is perfect for sitting by the fire on a crisp fall night. Find the recipe on Garnish With Lemon.
Figgy Maple Bourbon Fizz
This drink is both sweet and sour. Bourbon, ginger beer, figs and vanilla coconut maple bitters give the cocktail a delightful flavor. Find the recipe on Cheese and Chocolate.
Pecan Pie Bourbon Shake
Any milkshake that has alcohol in it gets an A in our book. An added bonus with this one is that it calls for leftover pecan pie in the ingredients! Find the recipe on Delish.
Cinnamon Toast Rum Cider
So easy you can’t go wrong, this toasty recipe calls for hot apple cider and rum. Rim the glass with cinnamon and sugar to make it even tastier. Find the recipe on Delish.
Pumpkin Pie Shots
This recipe for pumpkin pie shooters will be the hit of your holiday party. How can you go wrong with a creamy pumpkin flavored shot rimmed with marshmallow fluff and graham cracker crumbs? Find the recipe on A Night Owl.
Pumpkin Cider Beertail
You can make this one on the fly. Just mix together cider, a lemon wedge and a bottle of ale, and then throw in a cinnamon stick. Voilà! Find the recipe on Brit + Co.
Cranberry Cinnamon Whiskey Sour
Since this one calls for whole cranberries, it requires some cook time over the stove and finishes with a citrusy flavor. It’s one of the more light and refreshing fall cocktails on the list. Find the recipe on Baker By Nature.
Pumpkin Spice White Russian
Drooling over the picture? Us too. Take your classic white Russian, add pumpkin pie spice and chocolate syrup, and bam! You have heaven in a glass. Find the recipe on Nutmeg Nanny.
Apple Pie Moonshine
This one is perfect to give as a gift to friends, family or co-workers. This stove-top recipe is easy to make and packs a real punch. Store it in mason jars and enjoy it all season long. Find the recipe on Wide Open Spaces.
Candy Corn Martini
If you’re a fan of candy corn, here’s one for you! Not only does it taste like the Halloween sweet (it calls for candy corn vodka), it also kind of looks like it. Find the recipe on Eat. Drink. Love.