33 of My Favorite Drinks For Fall. Cocktails! Mocktails! Coffees!
Here are 33 of my favorite fall drink recipes! From coffee and tea, to punch and sangria, mocktails and hot toddys. Can’t get any better than this – be sure to bookmark this post! You’ve just hit the fall drink jackpot!
It’s really the most delicious time of the year.
I’ve got you covered with the best of the best when it comes to fall drinks! These fall drink recipes are so good, I could never just choose one. Whether you need something cozy or icy, boozy or comforting, I’ve got it! Below you’ll find a bunch of my favorite fall drinks, like hot chocolates, teas, non-alcoholic punches, sangrias, mimosas and more!
Fall cocktail season is seriously the best. I mean, I guess I could argue that fall is the best time for ANY sort of drink. And I can’t even tell you how many delicious ones I have here on the blog. Don’t make me choose a favorite! I worship at the altar of apple cider, but there are lots of delish pomegranate, maple and pumpkin flavors here too.
33 of My Favorite Fall Drink Recipes
We’re starting with warm coffees and ciders (with one icy exception!), then on to mocktails! Scroll down for all the fall cocktails you need every weekend of the season. What’s on your list for this first official weekend of fall?!
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This is a starbucks copycat medicine ball and it’s wonderful.
Okay it may not be warm, but it’s still amazing!
LOVE this. So delicious for fall – fruit and spiced.
Absolutely love making this on cold fall mornings.
Like the maple version above, but all coconutty and chai-y. Really delicious.
Because who doesn’t want the best flavor combo ever in a hot mug?
A major oldie but goodie over here! Super decadent and best for a crowd.
Seriously rich and so fabulous for fall.
What To Make When You Need a Mocktail
A mocktail! This cranberry apple drink is great for Halloween or any time in October really – and the kids love it too.
This punch is another mocktail with tons of pomegranate flavor. It’s a hit every time.
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This drink is different from my classic apple cider margs, in that it’s a little big smokier. I like to think that it’s more grown up than the one I first shared here back in 2011!
I absolutely love this drink to transition from late summer to early fall. It’s seriously perfect for… September!
Right now, I can say that this is my absolute favorite. And you know that’s saying something.
This cider can be made with or without alcohol. It’s perfect for the season.
This G&T is ridiculously refreshing. It’s tart, ever so slightly sweet and hits the spot when it’s still hot out.
It’s chilled and spiced and at the same time warms you up from the inside out. Drink this sitting by a fire.
One of the first cocktails I ever shared ten million years ago! It remains one of the most popular recipes here on the blog.
The OG! A classic! I make this ALL the time.
This bubbly, sparkling punch has aperol and prosecco! It’s like a giant aperol spritz punch, for fall.
Pumpkin sangria is seriously good. This uses my pumpkin pie syrup, pinot grigio and apple cider to bring fall flavors to life.
This smoky maple whiskey over ice is the epitome of fall.
Hot and warming and caramely? Sign me up.
I live for a good sangria. Everyone goes wild over this one!
These mimosas are perfect for a fall weekend brunch… or happy hour.
An autumn version of my favorite aperol spritz. Cider, prosecco and aperol make this amazing.
Like the classic orange crush for summer… but with honeycrisps!
Or a honeycrisp old fashioned.
Love this apple-y whisky over ice.
It’s super easy to make your own autumn shandy. Grab some pomegranate juice and you’re good to go.
Shaken over ice, the cider caramel is what MAKES this drink.
Just like the pomegranate, but with apple cider. Another one of my favorites.
Like my classic cider margaritas, but with a hint of maple. These ones are so good.
This cocktail mixed apple butter and bourbon for and incredible fall flavor.
And finally, make a pumpkin beer cooler! It’s a fun way to entertain and store some beers or a bottle of prosecco.