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Fall Foliage

Fall Cocktails

Cranberry Aperol Spritz

Delicious Cranberry Aperol Spritz.  Mix 3 oz of cranberry juice, 2 oz of Aperol, and 4 oz of prosecco in a glass filled with ice. Garnish with fresh cranberries and a slice of orange.

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Amaretto Sour

A simple recipe for an Amaretto Sour: Combine 2 oz Amaretto liqueur, 1 oz lemon juice, and 1/2 oz simple syrup in shaker with ice. Shake well and strain into a filled with ice. Garnish with a cherry & orange slice. 

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Apple Cider Mojito

Looking for a refreshing and delicious cocktail recipe? Try this Apple Cider Mojito! Perfect for fall, this drink combines the classic flavors of a mojito with the seasonal twist of apple cider. Simply mix together apple cider, rum lime juice, mint leaves, and a of club soda for a tasty festive drink. 

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Old Fashioned

The Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed for over a century. To make this timeless drink, you'll need a few simple ingredients: bourbon or rye whiskey, sugar, bitters, and a of citrus. Start by muddling a sugar cube with a few dashes of bitters a glass. Add a large ice cube and pour in your whiskey of choice. Stir gently and garnish with a twist of orange or lemon peel. Sip slowly and savor the rich, complex flavors of this iconic drink.

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Apple Cider Mimosa

To make an apple cider mimosa, you will need apple cider and champagne. Simply mix the two together in a champagne and enjoy! For added flavor, you can rim the glass with cinnamon sugar or garnish with a slice of apple.

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Pumpkin Spice White Russian

Looking for a cozy and delicious drink to enjoy during the fall season? Look no further than this pumpkin spice white russian recipe! With the perfect blend of pumpkin spice and creamy goodness, this drink is sure to become a seasonal favorite. Simply mix vodka, coffee liqueur, and pumpkin spice creamer over ice, and enjoy!

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