It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving for many without Martinelli’s Sparking Apple Cider… a holiday classic the whole family can enjoy. Over the years, the company has expanded its flavors to include grape and pear as well as classic apple.
For ages twenty-one and up, Martinelli’s has some ideas on how to spice up their classic ciders.
By combining maple syrup, apple juice, dark rum and ginger beer, you can celebrate Thanksgiving this year with a Apple Dark n’ Stormy.
For those looking for a more traditional “enriched cider” recipe, a favorite comes from Joy Health Eatwhose holiday formula will delight the adult table… with anise and clovesthis recipe is sure to delight your senses.
A blend of fall flavors
Many Thanksgiving cocktails are also inspired by another fall favorite: pumpkin spice.
Delish has some well-rated options. The first is a “Drunken Pumpkin Latte“, which mixes RumChata and Pumpkin Spice Vodka with a traditional PSL. The second is a Pumpkin Spice White Russian, similar to the old drink but does not include coffee. Unlike the other recipe, this one uses regular vodka and Kahlua for flavor.
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A hint of cranberry…
Another great flavor present at Thanksgiving that mixes well with alcohol is cranberry. An easy option would be a vodka cranberry, but for those looking for a more complicated cocktail, We have what you need.
A Couple Cooks has a great recipe for a Cranberry Bourbon Cocktail which seems to be a fan favorite. Unlike the two above, these are vegan and commercial vodka for vermouth and bourbonhighlighting totally different flavors.
Another option is a Cranberry Martiniwhich puts vodka back on the scene… combining the classic Cointreau liqueur and a good shake for create the perfect party drink.