11 Cocktails Recipes for Thanksgiving Alcoholic Drinks

With the name of thanksgiving, food is the first thing that pops into our thoughts. And why it shouldn’t. The aroma of freshly made turkey with potatoes and sweet pie meals makes it festive.

Let’s not forget to make creative liquor this time to add a punch of excitement, after all, thanksgiving wouldn’t be completed without getting boozy. With pumpkin classics and apple touched flavors, you can try new flavors to make your thanksgiving alcoholic drink a perfect combination with your delicious Thanksgiving meal.

Pumpkin Sazerac

Ever-loving Sazerac is an autumnal spice in this inventive cocktail recipe. They (bartenders) say that every Sazerac needs to be consumed in between holidays with the little crisp of homemade pumpkin syrup. It’s a medley of sugar, fresh pumpkin, and some fresh warm spices to add up the dessert savor right into your glass of cocktail. And it feels so good when you have it at the end of the party.

Hot Apple Pie

Thanksgiving dessert preparations are incomplete without apple pie. The apple pie and cocktail blend will give you the same essence without baking an actual apple pie. Just heat the apple juice a little, add some mead along with calvados, cinnamon-infused honey and lemon juice and strain the liquid into a wine glass. Garnish with some apple slices and sprinkle cinnamon stash.

Apples & Pears

Another stunning flavor is here to make your time memorable. Put the apple-flavored vodka in mixer glasses and shake well while adding pear juice, lime juice, vanilla nutmeg syrup, and crushed ice. Strain the mixture in the cocktail glass topped with apple cider vinegar. Stir it nicely and finish it up with an apple slice on the top with a pinch of nutmeg.

Butter ‘Nut’ Craig

Butternut squash has made its way to the town this year, and its addition to cocktails has leveled up the abundance for good. The gourd puree is mixed with molasses and brown sugar. To make it a little boozy mix the puree with orange liquor and dark rum. Make it appealing with the concoction of a sugar-cinnamon-rimmed drinking glass.

Cider Delight

Whether the weather is cold or hot, vodka remains the top preference. The clean tang of the hooch aids in shining apple cider and allspice liqueur. Make it more tempting by adding baked apple bitters and lemon juice. Serve the glass with freshly sliced red apples.

Fall from The Tree

If you’ve gathered your family for thanksgiving, then you surely don’t want to miss a round of this cocktail. To offer the base of the drink, prepare a large batch by mixing apple juice, cinnamon syrup, lemon squash, and bitter base. Place applejack, scotch, or bourbon separately, and then let them sink in to enhance the flavors. Finish it up with apple slices by garnishing it on the top.

That’s how we roll

Leave those green bean casseroles if you don’t like them – drink them instead. To make the green beans more delicious, smoke them with mezcal and nuts. Then blend them together to make puree for the base of the drink. Lastly mix it with Cynar, green Chartreuse, and more mezcal with salted lime syrup to offer a homemade cocktail punch beside the perfect pumpkin pie and turkey.

Beet on

All-time favorite side-dish comes with a boozy touch this time, combined with lemon juice, beet with mint, arak of a simple syrup just as reminiscent of a beet salad. Keep the goat cheese for garnishing and to finish it up.

Sidra House

For spinning anytime and anywhere this cocktail is a perfect match for your boozy mood. Grab your mixing glasses, add rum, sherry, pear brandy, apple cider, and allspice dram with ice and shake them nicely until they are mixed well to produce a uniform flavor. Give it a fine strain while serving with apple slices and sprinkle some cinnamon on the top.

Apple Cider Moscow Mule

A true Moscow mule is a ginger beer. What makes it different this time is hard apple cider vinegar. Keep it simple by mixing hard apple cider vinegar with ginger beer and lime juice. Green apple slices go perfectly with the drink and with the traditional apple pie.

Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour

You may not be a big fan of whiskey, but it will make its way to your heart after you sample a cup of this Thanksgiving goodness. Pour in some maple syrup, lemon juice, bourbon, and a splash of grounded cinnamon in a cocktail shaker, secure the lid and shake all the ingredients well. Strain the mixture in a sugar-cinnamon ringed glass, pour some crushed ice and cold whisky to give it a delicious boozy stash.

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