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15 Festive Fall Cocktails You Can Make With 5 Ingredients

You don’t have to be a bartender to make these seasonal sips.

1. Pear Sangria

Start with a bottle of off-dry Riesling then add brandy, simple syrup, pear juice, and sliced pears for a seasonal sangria you'll want to sip on until spring. Get the recipe.

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Start with a bottle of off-dry Riesling then add brandy, simple syrup, pear juice, and sliced pears for a seasonal sangria you’ll want to sip on until spring. Get the recipe.

2. Mulled Wine

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Pair this hot, spiced wine with a cozy fire and your favorite rom-com. Get the recipe.

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate

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Go ahead, drink wine for dessert. Get the recipe.

4. Apple Cider Mimosas

Orange juice, step down. Get the recipe.

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Orange juice, step down. Get the recipe.

5. Harvest Shandy

This cocktail for beer lovers features pumpkin ale, apple cider, apple, and cinnamon. Get the recipe.

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This cocktail for beer lovers features pumpkin ale, apple cider, apple, and cinnamon. Get the recipe.

6. Rosemary, Ginger, Lemon, and Gin Cocktails

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Sometimes simple is best. Get the recipe.

7. Sparkling Hard Cider Sangria

Mix hard cider with a crisp white like Sauvignon Blanc or Chablis to make this fizzy, fruity sipper. Get the recipe.

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Mix hard cider with a crisp white like Sauvignon Blanc or Chablis to make this fizzy, fruity sipper. Get the recipe.

8. Apple Cider Fireball Slushy

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Early fall weather can be awkward: It’s humid one minute and chilly the next. Keep these boozy cider slushies in your arsenal. Get the recipe.

9. Apple Pie Moscow Mule

You can also use regular vodka if you don't have (or can't stand the thought of) apple pie vodka. Mixed with apple cider, this drink will still taste like fall. Get the recipe.

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You can also use regular vodka if you don’t have (or can’t stand the thought of) apple pie vodka. Mixed with apple cider, this drink will still taste like fall. Get the recipe.

10. Cider Bourbon Smash

This recipe calls for cinnamon infused apple cider, which sounds fancy AF, but it's really just two ingredients. Get the recipe.

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This recipe calls for cinnamon infused apple cider, which sounds fancy AF, but it’s really just two ingredients. Get the recipe.

11. Cranberry Apple Moscow Mule

Ginger beer was basically made for fall sipping. Especially when it's mixed with vodka, sparkling apple juice (or cider), and cranberries. Get the recipe.

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Ginger beer was basically made for fall sipping. Especially when it’s mixed with vodka, sparkling apple juice (or cider), and cranberries. Get the recipe.

12. Bourbon Apple Shrub

You can buy pre-made apple shrub, or you can easily make it at home with apples, apple cider vinegar, and brown sugar. Get the recipe.

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You can buy pre-made apple shrub, or you can easily make it at home with apples, apple cider vinegar, and brown sugar. Get the recipe.

13. Honey and Pear Margarita

Give taco Tuesday a seasonal makeover. Get the recipe.

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Give taco Tuesday a seasonal makeover. Get the recipe.

14. Caramel Apple Sangria

Got a sweet tooth? Consider it satisfied. Get the recipe.

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Got a sweet tooth? Consider it satisfied. Get the recipe.

15. Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade

A little sweet. A little earth. 100% boozy. Get the recipe.
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A little sweet. A little earth. 100% boozy. Get the recipe.

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