Pomegranate Cider Mimosa
Make a classic brunch cocktail a great autumn sipper by adding the flavors of fall. Jazz it up by dipping the rim in salted caramel sauce. It’s a perfect adult Halloween treat.
Salted caramel sauce for the rim (optional)
1/3 cup apple cider
Pour caramel into a spoon. Using champagne flutes, dip the rim of each into the salted caramel and stand. Carefully pour in an ounce or so of pomegranate Liqueur to the bottom of a champagne flute. Add an ounce of apple cider. Fill to near the top with the prosecco and serve.
Flaming Hot Cider Toddy
Try this updated cool weather classic in front of the fire or at your next tailgate. The kick of delicious cinnamon whiskey will warm you up on cool autumn nights.
1 tsp honey
5 oz apple cider, hot (microwave or heat slowly on the stove until steaming)
Garnish: lemon wedge, cinnamon stick, 2 whole cloves
Heat the apple cider on the stove until steaming. Coat the bottom of a glass with the honey. Add the Fireball. Pour in the hot apple cider to fill. Add Garnish and serve!
Perfect for game day or your own Halloween Happy Hour, this version of the Gravedigger cocktail comes alive with bright, crisp fall flavors.
Ginger ale, to fill
In a 12-16 ounce tumbler or high ball glass, combine the hard cider and whiskey. Fill the glass with crushed ice. Fill with ginger ale and serve!
Try a Paloma, the national drink of Mexico, on the Day of the Dead, November 2nd. This lively cocktail is a great one to raise in celebration of your ancestors on this day of remembrance!
0.5 oz lime juice
4 to 5 oz grapefruit soda
Garnish: lime wedge
Add ice to a tall glass. Pour tequila and lime juice over the ice. Top it up with grapefruit soda. Stir gently until mixed, then sprinkle a pinch of salt on top and garnish with a lime wedge.