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Fall is here, and the holiday cheer is near. How cheesy was that? 🙂
In all seriousness, what better way to celebrate this time of year than with fall cocktails?
My Las Vegas Cocktail book has many fall and winter-inspired cocktails to keep you entertained and *quenched* this holiday season, so make sure to grab yourself a copy online or in stores.
What I love most about the holidays are the seasonal drink options.
Call me basic, but I’m a pumpkin spice gal through and through. I will run to my nearest coffee shop for a Pumpkin Spice latte and make my way to Trader Joe’s for their seasonal pumpkin cookies to accompany my drinks. Anyone else?
This cocktail and the many other recipes from my Las Vegas Cocktail book will have you looking like a professional bartender in no time for your holiday parties. Plus, any Las Vegas fans will be happy to know that this drink is from a famous bar on the Las Vegas Strip.
What makes these cocktails popular is that they are easy, simple, and delicious. Only a few ingredients are necessary, so don’t worry about running around town grabbing anything. I can bet you probably have most of these cocktail ingredients lying around.
This Fall Cocktails recipe is called The Apple Pie Harvest, and it can be found at Oak & Ivy in Downtown Las Vegas. They have so many incredible cocktails on their menu, but this recipe I fell in love with.
If you’re looking up Pinterest-worthy cocktails for Thanksgiving, this is it.
The Apple Pie Harvest
1 1/2 oz. Whiskey
3/4 oz. fresh lemon juice
3/4 oz. simple syrup
3 dashes of apple bitters
3/4 oz. egg white
Apple and brown sugar for garnish
Many people worry about an egg white in cocktails, but it’s similar to whipping up egg whites for meringue. It’s safe to drink, but be sure to use the dry shake method (no ice) and a wet shake (with ice).
Combine all ingredients into a shaker and dry shake (no ice) to fluff the egg white and combine all the ingredients.
Next, add ice to chill the cocktail.
Strain the cocktail over ice into a glass.
Broil the slice of apple with sugar and butter – I put mine in a pan with butter and brown sugar and it works great.
There you have it. It is an easy cocktail, and it’s perfect for Thanksgiving. No judgment if you drink this year-round – it’s good!
Cheers and Happy Holidays! 🙂
Recipes for fall cocktails are in the book, Las Vegas Cocktails so grab your copy today or gift it to a friend.
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