11 Thanksgiving cocktails that will impress everyone you know
Let’s be real. Thanksgiving is a time for celebration. And, while food and football are at the forefront, how could you forget the drinks?! It can’t be a party without a margarita! These cocktails are sure to impress your guests and might even make it so that even the grumpiest person in your family has a great time!
1. Smokey Scotch & Cider Cocktail
Scotch is good. Apple cider is also good. But, putting the two together with this recipe from A Better, Happier Saint Sebastian makes them even more amazing.
2. Apple Zinger Tea-Tails
This drink from Love & Lemons has the option to be non-alcoholic so everyone can partake!
3. Cranberry Thyme Gin Cocktail
Everyone likes leftovers. The same can be said with this cocktail from A Cozy Kitchen. You’re sure to have some cranberries and thyme lying around post dinner so why not whip up a cocktail?
4. Pear & Sage Ginger Cocktail
Like its other fruit based cousins, A Cozy Kitchen brings us another cocktail that is full of fall flavors. Mmmmm.
5. Hot Buttered Rum (more like yum, amirite?) Coffee
If iced drinks aren’t your thing, try this Hot Buttered Rum Coffee from A Farmgirl’s Dabbles! It’s a perfect way to spice up your post dinner coffee!
6. Pomegranate Shrub Cosmo
Not only does this additional cocktail from A Farmgirl’s Dabbles look appealing, it’s bound to taste good as well. Can’t go wrong with pomegranate!
7. Harvest Apple Sangria with Bourbon & Thyme
Move over, summer sangria. This fall time concoction from A Farmgirl’s Dabbles is perfect for entertaining guests.
8. White Chocolate Eggnog Latte
A Simple Pantry offers a new spin on one of your Holiday favorites!
9. Cranberry Pomegranate Margarita with Spiced Rim
A Spicy Perspective definitely knows how to get the party started! Tequila!
10. Pumpkin Irish Cream
Skip dessert and head straight for Ari’s Menu (vegan friendly!) pumpkin pie-esque cocktail!
11. Sweet Cider Cocktail
If having more than option for spiked cider is wrong, Big Girls, Small Kitchen doesn’t want to be right.
While these recipes are sure to be delicious, be sure to proceed with caution and stay safe this holiday season!