Thanksgiving Themed Cocktails

October 31, 2021

Thanksgiving Themed Cocktails

The Wine and Spirits Cellar

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Hot Buttered Rum

The perfect way to end the meal.

“Hot Buttered Rum is essentially the OG butter beer. They both are golden, richly sweet and have that beautiful head that will give you a silly mustache when drink it. When it’s freezing outside, rum is the only thing that’ll do. Add in butter, sugar, ice cream, and healthy dose of cinnamon and you’ve got heartwarming wintertime magic in a glass.” Get this recipe here.

Aviation Cocktail

Treat your crowd to a gorgeous Thanksgiving toast.
“Conceived over 100 years ago by Hugo Ensslin, head bartender at the now defunct Hotel Wallick in New York, the Aviation has fallen in and out of style through the years. When a prominent cocktail recipe book in the 30s published the recipe sans crème de violette, the drink fell in popularity. A few decades later, the violet liqueur was discontinued, making it all but impossible to mix up a classic Aviation at home.” Get this recipe here.

Spiced Pear and Bourbon Sparkler

“This Spiced Pear and Bourbon cocktail is perfect for Thanksgiving, any fall celebration, or chilly Tuesday evening. The spiced pear syrup is the star of the show and starts with a high-quality pear juice simmered with ginger, cinnamon, and a hint of cloves. In this fall-flavored cocktail, we use for Brown Swerve to really help add a rich caramel flavor that marries perfectly with the pear and warm fall spices.” Get this recipe here.

Hard Cider Spritz

“Instead of lemon juice, you can use fresh grapefruit or orange juice. Bourbon is a great sub for rye in this fall-flavored cocktail perfect for chilly autumnal weather.” Get this recipe here.

Cranberry Cobbler

“This simple, festive cocktail uses frozen cranberries, gin, sherry, and mint for a crisp, bright pre-Thanksgiving dinner sipper to offer to guests (and hosts).” Get this recipe here.