20 MUST TRY FALL COCKTAILS & MOCKTAILS (RECIPE ROUNDUP)

If you’re like me, you’re always looking for new and fun drink recipes to try…so I’ve taken the guess work out of it for you with the fall cocktail roundup! I’ve compiled 20 must try cocktails and mocktails that are perfect for the fall!

Collage showing the 12 must try summer cocktails being featured in this article.

This fall recipe roundup purposely includes recipes with a variety of boozes, prep methods, and ingredients to give you a wide selection of delicious autumnal options to choose from. Cheers!

Fall Cocktails:

1. Fall Red Wine Sangria

This fall sangria recipe is the perfect fall cocktail recipe! Apple cider, apples, and cinnamon bring special hints of autumn to your cocktail experience. Not only is sangria an easy cocktail to make, it’s great for gatherings.

(Photo credit & recipe by Our Love Language is Food)

2. Chai Bourbon Cocktail

Chai spice is one of those cozy spice blends that is perfect for sweater weather! This bourbon cocktail is infused with chai flavor from a homemade chai simple syrup and topped with club soda. Add a cinnamon-sugar rim for a little extra flair!

(Photo credit & recipe by Our Love Language is Food)

3. Spiked Crock Pot Mulled Apple Cider

Is there anything better than a cozy mug of warm apple cider on a cool fall day? This mulled apple cider is a great fall-inspired large batch cocktail that is warmed up in your slow cooker! Easy, warm, and delicious.

(Photo credit & recipe by Blue Bowl Recipes)

4. Apple Pie Mezcal Margarita

Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean you can’t have a festive margarita! This apple pie mezcal margarita bring apple and cinnamon fall flavors to your glass along with a smoky mezcal finish.

(Photo credit & recipe by Chelsea Peachtree)

5. Brandy Old Fashioned Sweet

Cooler weather means trips to the supper club for fish fry in Wisconsin, where Brandy Old Fashioneds are always flowing! This classic Wisconsin cocktail is easy, delicious, and a great option for fall!

(Photo credit & recipe by Our Love Language is Food)

6. Fall Pumpkin Michelada (Beer Cocktail)

If you love beer and cocktails, this may be the fall cocktail for you! This fall michelada recipe is made with pumpkin, fall spices, beer and a little cayenne pepper.

(Photo credit & recipe by Cupcakes and Cutlery)

7. Fall White Sangria with Vodka

This white wine sangria recipe is the perfect fall beverage for wine lovers! Made with white wine, vodka, orange liquor, apple cider, apples, pears, a lemon, and cinnamon sticks.

(Photo credit & recipe by Our Love Language is Food)

8. Corpse Reviver No. 2

The Corpse Reviver No. 2 is a pre-Prohibition cocktail that was meant to rouse the drinker from the dead (ie – cure hangovers). This citrusy gin based cocktail is a bit boozy and a fun addition to your fall drink rotation.

(Photo credit & recipe by Growing Up Cali)

9. Honey Lemon Ginger Gin & Prosecco Cocktail

Warm spiciness from the honey lemon ginger juice with the light and refreshing bubbles from the prosecco make this a fun fall sip!

(Photo credit & recipe by Elise Tries to Cook)

10. Pumpkin Spice Margarita

Are you a fan of pumpkin spice? This aromatic Pumpkin Spice Margarita may be the fall cocktail you’ve been looking for! This pumpkin spice marg is a fun autumnal twist on a classically summer cocktail.

(Photo credit & recipe by Marley’s Menu)

11. The Irish Pear

For those who love pear-inspired fall treats, this whiskey based cocktail is for you! This easy 5-ingredient cocktail is sure to please.

(Photo credit & recipe by That Cocktail Life)

12. Caramel Pumpkin Spice Cocktail

If pumpkin spice everything is your fall thing, this pumpkin spice cocktail with caramel vodka may be the fall drink you’ve been looking for!

(Photo credit & recipe by Pumpkinlicious)

13. Caramel Apple Mimosas

Any excuse for champagne is good for me! And this seasonal caramel apple mimosa seems like the perfect addition to a fall brunch or time with girlfriends.

(Photo credit & recipe by Amanda’s Cookin’)

14. German Mulled Wine

Mulled wine is a classic fall cocktail! I mean, is there anything better than a warm beverage when the weather is cold? Made with red wine, orange slices, and lots of fall spices.

(Photo credit & recipe by Happy Kitchen)

15. Apple Pie A La Mode Cocktail

This festive fall cocktails brings the flavors of apple pie, cinnamon, and vanilla to your glass. This fall drink recipe is made with Fireball whiskey and vanilla vodka.

(Photo credit & recipe by xoxoBella)

16. Apple Cider Bourbon Mule

This fun fall twist on a Moscow mule is a real delight! Made with 3-ingredients, this apple cider bourbon mule recipe is easy to make (and easy to sip on).

(Photo credit & recipe by Our Love Language is Food)

Fall Mocktails:

17. Spiced Apple Cider Mocktail

This apple cider and ginger beer mocktail is the perfect fall drink that the whole family can enjoy! Rimmed with a spiced sugar mixture, this drink is fancy and fun.

(Photo credit & recipe by Our Love Language is Food)

18. S’mores Mocktail

Fall camping is one of my favorite things, and s’mores is an integral part to camping (right?!). This s’mores mocktail recipe uses a whiskey alternative to make a delicious non-alcoholic drink.

(Photo credit & recipe by Pretty Delicious Life)

19. Cranberry Ginger Sparkler

Cranberry is such a classic fall flavor! Add in ginger, and you have a match made in heaven. This 4-Ingredient mocktail recipe is easy to make and delicious to sip on.

(Photo credit & recipe by Our Love Language is Food)

20. Spiced Apple Cider Slushies

A great use for all those fresh fall apples! This spiced apple cider slushie recipe is made with apple cider, a little lemon juice, and warm fall spices.

(Photo credit & recipe by Masala & Chai)

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