By Michelle Gage

Published on September 16, 2017

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Apple Cider Moscow Mules

You don’t have to choose between your favorite fall cider and having a Moscow Mule, simply combine the two! Best served in a copper mug, this vodka drink is seriously scrumptious. In addition to the cider, add in some vodka and ginger beer. Sprinkle with cinnamon and add a lime wedge to complete the look, like Sugar and Charm so effortlessly did. 

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Apple Cider Whiskey Smash

This fall staple just got better. Add a little whiskey to your apple cider to create a smashing cocktail. This blend, created by Baked by Rachel, only requires three simple ingredients—apple cider, whiskey, and lemon juice. Shake, pour over ice, and enjoy.

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Bourbon Apple Cider Cocktail

With a prep time of about ten minutes, you are so close to enjoying your new favorite fall drink. Mix up some bourbon, cider, and ginger ale. For a seasonally appropriate touch, serve this drink in a mason jar and garnish it with an apple slice, just like Creative Culinary did.

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Honey Bourbon Apple Cider Cocktail

Sweeten up the last recipe with a some honey, a la Hello Glow. This autumn apple cider doesn’t skimp on the bourbon. When making the drink, we encourage you to drizzle on multiple layers of honey. A little cinnamon and a thick slice of apple take this drink over the top.

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Sparkling Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Apple Punch

Looking for the perfect fall punch? Consider your hunt over. This sweet pumpkin pie flavored drink, by The Speckled Palette, has a hard time deciding if it is a dessert or a boozy beverage. Why choose? This punch hits all the right notes. Start your fall off right by serving yourself some of this sweet sipper.

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Caramel Apple Sangria

This recipe is out-of-this-world exciting. This drink combines a love of all fall favorites—caramel, apple cider, and booze. While this recipe, by The Sweetest Occasion, looks intense, it is actually quite simple. Combine vodka, white wine, apple cider, chopped apples, and caramel syrup. Serve in a mason jar with some fun paper straws and call it a day (or night).

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Smokey Harvest Apple Cider Margaritas

Remember what we said about trading in your margs for some cider? Well, it turns out that you don’t have to. This smokey harvest cocktail, by Half Baked Harvest, is sure to warm your chilled bones. This cinnamon sugar-rimmed cocktail is unlike any other. This mixture of tequila, lime juice, apple cider, and agave nectar combines to create a truly unique drink.

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Apple Cider Ginger Beer Cocktail

Consider this your new fall favorite. Mix up a world-class drink for your party guests. Apple cider, vodka, ginger beer, and cinnamon sticks combine to create a wonderful taste of flavors. Keep the party going late into the night with this seasonal staple, by DIY Candy.

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Gourmet Apple Cider Bourbon Jello Shots

Take yourself back to college with these autumnal Jello shots, by Feast and West. This seriously festive fall treat is sure to get a lot of people talking (and tipsy). Made of bourbon and cider, these tiny cups pack a whole lot of punch. Be sure to sprinkle some cinnamon sugar on the rim to really make a fun fall statement.

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Homemade Apple Pie Vodka

Alright, we have found a winner. We highly encourage you to make this special treat for your next holiday event. Bring this boozy treat, by The Cookie Rookie, to your Thanksgiving gathering. Granny smith apples, Everclear and simple syrup mix to make your new all-time favorite. We guarantee that you will be begged to bring this drink back year after year.

More delicious fall recipes:

21 Delicious Fall Harvest Recipes to Make ASAP
The Roasted Butternut Squash and Plum Salad We’re Bringing For Lunch
15 Fall Flavors You’ll Be Craving Way More Than Pumpkin Spice