Thanksgiving Drinks That Don't Suck

November 25, 2019

Thanksgiving Sangria

Thanksgiving in a glass! Made with white wine, brandy, maple syrup, and every fall spice you can think of, this Thanksgiving Sangria is sure to please a crowd.

Hot Buttered Rum

Hot Buttered Rum

With this Hot Buttered Rum recipe, you can make the batter in bulk and freeze for future consumption. Butter softens the rum flavor and the whole drink keeps you nice and toasty.

Salted Caramel White Russian 

Not all Thanksgiving drinks need to be made with dark liqueurs. White Russians are classics around the holidays, and this recipe brings out the Thanksgiving feeling with salted caramel

Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour

Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour

Cinnamon and maple bring out bourbon's depth and delicious flavor in this Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour by Cookie and Kate. You can make this recipe to please a crowd or enjoy closely with your loved ones.

Port Elderflower Cocktail 

Lightly sweet with a delicious liqueur, you can sip on Mix That Drink's Port Elderflower Cocktail during all holidays. This cocktail is also made with rum to enhance the other flavors and provide a delectably smooth finish.

Maple Bourbon Cocktail

Some consider apple to be the star of Thanksgiving, but Jelly Toast's Maple Bourbon Cocktail makes us think otherwise. Fresh-squeezed orange juice and bitters mixed with bourbon and pure maple syrup give a sweetness and savoryness much needed on Thanksgiving. 

Apple Cider Whiskey Smash

Whiskey on Thanksgiving is a go-to for many families. The warmth that comes from whiskey plus fall's favorite apple cider,  Baked By Rachel's Apple Cider Whiskey Smash. It keeps you warm and toasty during these chilly holiday nights.

Cranberry Jell-O Shots 

Who said Jell-O shots are reserved for summer festivities only? Fresh cranberries enhance original cranberry Jell-O for a fun take on a classic. These are Thanksgiving drinks for a crowd.

Non-alcoholic: Sparkling Berry Apple Mocktail 

For those who don't drink alcohol, don't worry, we didn't leave you out! This mocktail is made with berry syrup and apple cider. You won't even miss the liquor! You can make this Sparkling Berry Apple Mocktail for a crowd or for your closest friends. Serve with a cinnamon stick for extra Thanksgiving feels.

Did you make any of these for your celebrations? Let us know how they turned out! Bonus points if you paired with our snacks. 

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