October 7 – My Favorite Fall Drinks

The other day in celebration of our anniversary Seth and I went to the forge for dinner and to play board games. I got 3 drinks while we were there: Zombie Killer cider, Dryad’s Orchard Sangria (Witches Brew Pumpkin Spice, Captain Morgan Apple Spiced Rum, Apple Cider) and the non-alcoholic Crisp Caramel Apple (Apple Cider, Caramel Syrup and a splash of Ginger Beer).

In fall, but in general, I love drinks with Apple Cider. I love apple in general, but there is something about apple cider that I just adore! Already this October I have personally consumed about a gallon of apple cider, which is a lot. Damn.

My grandma always used to make this: a gallon of apple cider. Half a bag of cinnamon red hots.

Bring to boil in a saucepan on the stove and serve hot. To make this boozy I would add some cinnamon schnapps and half the red hots.

Another fall favorite for us is cheap butter beer. Use a bottle of beer – Killians is what is called for but this is also a great way to get through bad beer. A generous shot of butterscotch schnapps.

Pour into a glass and drink. It is delicious.

I love fancy mixed drinks, but these are some of my favorite fall simple drinks. Do you have a favorite fall drink?

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  1. A tea company I get loose leaf tea from has a really great pumpkin spice tea. Also, last month I was delighted when my selection for the month was not only the pumpkin spice one but also one called butter brew, which tastes just like melted butterscotch and what I imagine butterbeer (the non-alcoholic version) might taste like.


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