Feeling The Chill? It’s Time To Add These Warm Fall Cocktails To Your Rotation

They’ll keep you cozy all season.

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For the Fistful Of PSL, add two cups milk, two tablespoons pumpkin puree, a half tablespoon pumpkin spice, and half a cup of coffee to a pot on the stove. Once warm, pour in one part Fistful of Bourbon and transfer into a mug. Top with whipped cream and dust with pumpkin spice.Courtesy of Fistful of Bourbon
Abuelita's Hot Chocolate from Poindexter at Graduate Nashville calls for milk (or oat milk), one ounce mocha syrup, and one ounce Nixta Licor de Elote. Pour the liqueur and mocha syrup into a coffee mug first; then pour in steamed milk and garnish with cayenne and nutmeg.Courtesy of Graduate Nashville
The Halloween Hot Toddy recipe says to combine one bottle Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Dry Riesling, two teaspoons brandy, two tablespoons honey, a half teaspoon ground cardamom, and two bay leaves in a saucepan. Squeeze in one lemon, halved, and add rinds. Bring to a gentle boil, then reduce heat to simmer for 45 minutes; strain.Courtesy of Chateau Ste. Michelle
The Irish Coffee recipe from O’Shaughnessy Distilling Co.’s Food & Beverage Director, Pip Hanson, says to add one ounce Keeper's Heart Irish + American Whiskey, a half ounce maple syrup, and eight ounces fresh Morning Dram Whiskey Barrel Aged Coffee to a warm mug. Gently layer lightly whipped cream over top.Courtesy of Keeper’s Heart Whiskey
To make Another Something Warm from Herd Provisions in Charleston, South Carolina, combine two ounces cider mix, one and a half ounces Laird's Applejack, and one cinnamon stick in a snifter. Top with hot water and serve.Courtesy of Herd Provisions
The Grand Cider recipe requires one and a half parts Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, a quarter part lemon juice, three parts apple cider, and a dash of aromatic bitters. Warm all the ingredients inside a kettle or a saucepan. Serve in a six ounce Irish coffee glass. Add a bar spoon of butter on the top and garnish with a cinnamon stick.Courtesy of Grand Marnier
Create the Spiced Hot Cider recipe by heating four parts apple cider, a half part lemon juice, and two tablespoons mulling spices on the stove until warm and fragrant. Pour into mugs, and top with one part Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, lemon, and apple slices.Courtesy of Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
For another take on a cider, try the Hot Tully Cider. In a preheated toddy glass, add two parts Tullamore D.E.W. Original. Add in a half part honey and top with six parts hot apple cider. Stir well and garnish with a cinnamon stick and star anise.Courtesy of Tullamore D.E.W.
This “juicy” cocktail is a simpler take on the hot toddy. To make it, just add one ounce Fresh Victor Lemon Sour, one and a half to two ounces any whiskey (or aged spirit), and hot water to a mug and stir.Courtesy of Fresh Victor
For the Kahlúa Cappuccino, gather one part Kahlúa, one part espresso, and one and a half parts steamed milk of your choice. In your coffee cup, mix the Kahlúa coffee liqueur with the espresso. (For pumpkin lovers, try adding a half part pumpkin spice syrup.) Add the steamed milk on top, and sprinkle with grated nutmeg.Courtesy of Kahlúa

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