Drinks - Fall Favorites
Last year around this time we were in the midst of planning our wedding and things were pretty hectic!
This year we've (tried to) slow down a little and I promised myself I would take the time to truly enjoy my favorite season. Each year it goes so by quick and I'm always wishing we had done more...don't you agree?
I wanted to share with you guys a few of my fall favorites for some Cozy Drinks. Feel free to share with me your favorites, You know I always love to try new fall things! :)
Stay tuned next week for Part 2 when I share my Fall Favorites for Decor!
Williams Sonoma Mulled Cider
This mulled cider is my favorite. If you've ever been into Williams Sonoma this time of year it's likely that they have samples of this made in store. It fills the entire store with the most fragrant fall smell. It's enough to get you in and for me it was enough to make me purchase it!
When you make it at home, your entire house smells amazing and the taste is just as impressive. It's great for a chilly fall day or for when you're having guests over. (Guarantee they walk in and say, "it smells amazing in here!")
You just heat the cider with their signature mulling spices, pour into mugs and then garnish with a cinnamon stick. You can even add bourbon to it if you'd like as well! You can click here to get the link to the cider!
Harney & Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea
For those non pumpkin lovers THIS ONE'S FOR YOU!
This is my favorite Harney & Sons fall tea for the nights I want to cozy up on the couch. This is their most popular flavored tea worldwide, It's a blend of black teas, three types of cinnamon, orange peel, and sweet cloves and it's oh so good! They do make a Pumpkin Spice one as well (which is good!) but this one is my absolute favorite! You can get the link to this tea by clicking here.
Fultons Harvest Pumpkin Pie Liqueur
To my own surprise I was a little disappointed when I tried the much anticipated Pumpkin Spice Baileys. If I am being honest, they aren't always great with most of their flavors. Sometimes the traditional is just the best. So instead at the restaurant we decided to try this Fultons Pumpkin Pie Liqueur. All I can say is YUM! I keep one of these in my refrigerator and have a glass on the rocks often! I also use it every year in my Pumpkin Spice Martini or you can add it to your coffee!
Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur
This is one of my bar staples for fall cocktails. One bottles goes a long way and you can use it in so many different recipes! This ginger liqueur contains syrup made from crystallized Chinese Ginger, Grand Champagne Cognac, Neutral Spirit, Orange Blossom Honey from Provence, and Vanilla.
I used it in my most recent recipe on instagram. The Hudson Valley Mule. If you're more of a traditional Moscow Mule lover, you can even add this to your mule for extra Ginger flavor. (That's what I do!)
I also use it in my Sparkling Cider Martini and My Apple Cider Sangria.
I have tried using Ginger Brandy but I always go back to this Canton Ginger Liqueur.
Copper Stainless Steel Martini Glass
I love making fall cocktails in these Copper Martini Glasses. They are not only beautiful but they keep your cocktail so cold! They give your cocktail a festive fall look with very minimal effort. You can find them by clicking here. They are on sale for less than $7 each, you can't beat that!
Shown here is my Sparkling Spiced Apple Martini!
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