10 Cocktails To Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner

By Catherine Miele

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year because of family time but also because of the food. Glorious, decadent, seasonal food and absolutely no judgment from dinner guests for partaking in seconds or even thirds.

Despite my love for the main event, Turkey Day is not really about the turkey for me—it’s about the sides. And the drinks!

These 10 seasonal cocktails evoke all things festive and autumnal and must be a part of your Thanksgiving feast.  Whether you’re pumpkin-obsessed, beholden to bourbon, or deeply affectionate toward apples, there is something boozy and delicious for all of you.

Now get to mixing and shaking!

1. Pumpkin Pie Bourbon Smash

Recipe and photo via How Sweet It Is


2. Boozy Blood Orange Punch

Recipe and photo via The Almond Eater


3. Autumn Spiced Pear Vanilla Bean Margarita

Recipe and photo via Such the Spot


4. Cinnamon White Russian

Recipe and photo via Pinch of Yum


5. Honeycrisp Apple Sangria

Recipe and photo via Sally’s Baking Addiction


6. Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour

Recipe and photo via Cookie + Kate


7. Cranberry Vanilla Gin Spritzer

Recipe and photo via Foxes Love Lemons


8. Maple Old Fashioned

Recipe and photo via The Gastronom


9. Pomegranate Cider Mimosas with a Salted Caramel Rim

Recipe and photo via How Sweet It Is


10. Spiced Pear Sangria

Recipe and photo via The Almond Eater


Tell Us: What’s your favorite cocktail to drink at Thanksgiving?

Catherine is part of the Contributing Writer Network at Thirty on Tap. To apply to become a contributing writer, please click HERE.

Featured image via Unsplash.

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