Cocktails You Should Be Sharing With Your Family This Thanksgiving
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Happy Thanksgiving, friends! Thanksgiving is just around the corner and before you pick up that bottle of wine to pair with dinner, why not spice things up this year with a cocktail... or a selection of cocktails? Check out some of our favorite Thanksgiving cocktails that will be sure to spice things up at the dinner table.
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Appropriately named the Thanksgiving Cocktail, how could we not include this on our list? The recipe just calls for gin, dry vermouth, apricot brandy, lemon juice and a maraschino cherry. The light sweetness makes this cocktail the perfect pairing to your Thanksgiving turkey.
Full Recipe: The Spruce Eats
Photo Credit: Half Baked Harvest
Vanilla Chai Old Fashioned
Old Fashioned is a classic bourbon drink, and we love a good twist on a classic drink. With some homemade chai simple syrup, bourbon and orange bitters, you have yourself a holiday cocktail! The touches of vanilla in this recipe would compliment the flavors of a holiday ham.
Full Recipe: Half Baked Harvest
Photo Credit: Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Hot Apple Cider Buttered Whiskey
Skip the mulled wine this year and try some hot apple cider. You won't regret it! Not only does this recipe take 20 minutes to prepare, but you can also store the mixture in the fridge before you're ready to mix.
Full Recipe: Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Photo Credit: Cooking on the Ranch
Pumpkin Pie Martini
This dessert drink only calls for vanilla vodka, Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur and whipped cream. While the children enjoy the pies, don't forget to pair your dessert with this yummy cocktail. Like our dads always say, dessert is a separate stomach.
Full Recipe: Cooking on the Ranch
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