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Regardless of the occasion, there’s always a cocktail that can help set the right mood. Enjoy fall flavors of cinnamon or apple cider for Halloween and Thanksgiving. Or keep warm during the Christmas season with hot chocolate or mulled wine. No matter what you’re in the mood for, these festive cocktails are what you need for the holidays.
This pumpkin cocktail is perfect for the fall. Warm yourself up with this drink that takes hot buttered rum to the next level using pumpkin spice syrup.
This festively colored cocktail will make your Halloween night. With a combination of pineapple juice, white rum and sparkling white wine, this Orange Hocus Pocus Fizz will be great to enjoy while you snack on some popular Halloween candies from when you were a kid.
If you plan on visiting any haunted places this Halloween, make sure to drink this ultimate ghostbusting cocktail before going out. Heavy cream and marshmallow eyes give this vodka-based cocktail an otherworldly appearance.
From apple cider doughnuts to apple crisps, there are many apple recipes that are worth trying. You can add this caramel apple cider mule to the list.
What’s autumn without America’s favorite dessert, apple pie? This chai cocktail brings out the best flavors you can get from an apple pie.
This is the perfect cocktail no matter the occasion or season. This cocktail recipe shakes together gin, Bosc pear syrup and lemon juice to create a light and refreshing beverage.
Move over pumpkin spice, pumpkin butter is in. This whiskey cocktail is the perfect way to celebrate autumn holidays.
This cocktail is perfect to drink on Christmas Day or New Year’s Eve. Muddled raspberries help to create a beautiful light red cocktail.
If you’re looking for something special to enjoy with your significant other, try making this decadent chocolate martini.
This blackberry cocktail pairs well with any of your favorite Mexican dishes.
Skip the mimosas on Christmas morning. Instead, try out this refreshing recipe that uses carrot juice and gin.
Who says stout-based cocktails are just for St. Patrick’s Day? This hearty beer is also the perfect base for the long, cold winter months.
Are you a fan of peppermint patties? Then you will surely enjoy this creamy chocolate martini. Top it off with a dollop of whipped cream and colored sugar or sprinkles to make it particularly festive.
Christmas doesn’t feel right without spiked hot chocolate. This is best served with a candy cane inside the drink or crushed peppermint candies around the rim.
Pair this sweet pink cosmo with any Christmas candy you’re going to give your loved one in their stocking.
Indulge yourself in this festive beverage during a holiday party. This classy tequila cocktail features sparkling apple cider and pomegranate juice.
Margaritas are perfect for any time of year. Imagine yourself on the beach this Christmas with this refreshing cucumber coconut marg.
Warm yourself up when the weather begins to get cooler with this kickin’ ginger margarita.
Seek comfort in this cocktail recipe during the colder months of the year. Enjoy the seasonal flavors of apple cider and cinnamon mixed with vodka and dark rum.
Mint gives this scrumptious cranberry vodka cocktail a little festive flavor. Craving cranberries all month long? There are plenty of cranberry recipes perfect for the holiday season.
You don’t always need to go over the top for the holiday season. Sometimes a classic Manhattan hits the spot.
This classic Paloma cocktail includes jalapeno tequila, lime juice, agave nectar and grapefruit juice.
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Try making this sparkling pomegranate New Year’s cocktail while you’re having fun celebrating New Year’s Eve at home.
Have a kiss at midnight, then follow it up with this blissful cocktail, which features fresh strawberries and mezcal.
This cocktail adds a seasonal twist to a classic Negroni by using pumpkin butter with the usual ingredients.
Though this cocktail was inspired by popular Kentucky Derby drinks, it can be enjoyed during a special occasion such as New Year’s Eve.
This drink is exactly what you need to celebrate Halloween the right way. Enjoy the sweet, creamy flavors of vanilla ice cream blended together with pumpkin spice, pumpkin puree and a splash of bourbon. And don’t forget to add some leftover Halloween candy on top.
Bring this punch to any of your holiday festivities. The light pink cocktail is made out of Angry Orchard Rosé Cider, gin, lemon juice and basil watermelon juice.
No grandmas or reindeers were hurt in the making of this cocktail. It uses vodka, raspberry liqueur, prosecco and fresh berries. If you’re in need of more boozy drink ideas, try out these cocktails that pair perfectly with dinner.
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