Taste the Flavors of Fall with These 10 Cocktails Slideshow

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Warm up your slow cookers and break out the bottles — fall is finally here
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Taste the Flavors of Fall with These 10 Cocktails

Cranberry cocktail

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Parting with your shorts and bathing suits can be difficult, but there are ways to cope with the chilly winds. If you’re feeling eager to embrace the season’s changes, hosting a fall-themed gathering is a great place to start.

When throwing a fall-themed bash, knowing the flavors of the season is essential. Food flavors are important, but mastering the drink menu is the key to getting your guests to loosen up and bring your party from ordinary to extraordinary.

Pumpkin, pear, apple, and pomegranate are suitable flavors for the perfect fall cocktail. With a Crock-Pot or other slow-cooker, a dash of booze, and a little creativity, your chilly celebration will turn gloriously warm.

Make fall a marvelous season by preparing any of our 10 favorite fall cocktails at your next indoor shindig.

Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum

Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum

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What goes better together than chocolate and rum? Chocolate, rum, and butter, of course. Indulge in this delectable and buttery cocktail on the coldest nights of fall.

Click here for the Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum recipe.

Great Pumpkin Cocktail

Great Pumpkin Cocktail

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Everyone enjoys the infamous PSL once fall comes around, but why stop at a latte? Here’s a recipe that will turn your beloved coffee drink into a tasty cocktail.

Click here for the Great Pumpkin Cocktail recipe.

Hot Apple Jammy

Hot Apple Jammy

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The Hot Apple Jammy allows you to enjoy the essence of an apple pie in liquid form. Steer clear of the dessert table and enjoy the best of both worlds with this apple pie drink.

Click here for the Hot Apple Jammy recipe.

Maple Syrup Toddy

Maple Syrup Toddy

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Maple syrup is no longer limited to pancakes. Chase away the chill and get cozy by whipping up a warm toddy and drizzling in some sweet maple syrup.

Click here for the Maple Syrup Toddy recipe.

Mulled Pomegranate Punch

Mulled Pomegranate Punch

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Though pomegranate punch may sound too fruity for fall, the mulled aspect of this drink makes it an impeccable, cold-weather cocktail. Anyway, contrary to what you might assume, this is prime season for pomegranate.

Click here for the Mulled Pomegranate Punch recipe.

Peruvian Pear Cobbler Cocktail

Peruvian Pear Cobbler Cocktail

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Since this drink’s name sounds like a dessert, we suggest serving it after you and your guests have enjoyed a traditional fall-themed meal.   

Click here for the Pear Cobbler Cocktail recipe.

Slow Cooker Hot Toddy

Slow Cooker Hot Toddy

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Need an antidote for the teeth-chattering cold? Hot toddies are a seamless solution. The cocktail is crisp, delicious, and super soothing.

Click here for the Slow Cooker Hot Toddy recipe.

Slow Cooker Mulled Wine

Slow Cooker Mulled Wine

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There’s nothing like clasping your hands around a warm cup of mulled wine. This isn’t the most unusual recipe, but then again, you can’t go wrong with a classic.

Click here for the Slow Cooker Mulled Wine recipe.

Spicy Hot Chocolate

Spicy Hot Chocolate

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Hesitant to believe hot chocolate could get any better? Take our spicy hot chocolate recipe and add a couple splashes of peppermint schnapps and you may reconsider. This hot chocolate recipe is for grown-ups only!

Click here for the Spicy Hot Chocolate recipe.

The Boston Bog Cranberry Cocktail

The Boston Bog Cranberry Cocktail

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This cocktail recipe features cranberry, the most popular berry at a Thanksgiving meal. Forget the side dishes and include cranberries on your drink menu instead.

Click here for the Boston Bog Cranberry Cocktail recipe.