6 of Our Favorite Thanksgiving Cocktails

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Whether you’re enjoying Thanksgiving with family, or tiptoeing through the minefield of sensitive, awkward conversational topics, the holiday is better celebrated with Thanksgiving cocktails!

Here are six of our favorite Thanksgiving cocktails, perfect for any holiday get-together.

Our Favorite Thanksgiving Cocktails

Caramel Apple Martini

From Inspired by Charm

With just three ingredients, this drink is easy to assemble and ready in seconds. You’ll appreciate this when Aunt Beatrice shifts conversation to your love life.

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Pomegranate Cranberry Punch

From Chef Savvy

Bright, spritzy and fresh, this cocktail cuts through the heaviness of the classic, carbolicious Thanksgiving spread.

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Maple Bourbon Cocktail

From Jelly Toast Blog

This is a delicious variation of the classic Old Fashioned. Maple syrup adds a hint of sweetness that plays nicely with the bourbon.

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Classic Hot Toddy

From Girl Versus Dough

There’s something comforting about hot alcoholic drinks like this classic hot toddy. We’re also told it’s good for the common cold: whiskey’s a decongestant, while lemon and honey can sooth a sore throat. To health!

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Mulled Wine

From Gimme Some Oven

Red wine simmered with star anise, cinnamon, cloves and orange: It tastes as good as it sounds and smells even better, adding a quintessential holiday fragrance to your Thanksgiving gathering.

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Hot Buttered Rum

From Baking Bites

With butter, brown sugar and rum, three major food groups are accounted for. Okay, a health drink it’s not, but it’s mighty tasty nonetheless.

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What are your favorite Thanksgiving cocktails?

How are you celebrating Thanksgiving this year? What perennial favorites will grace your table or glass this season? Chat with us @ShopHomemakers on Twitter, or find us on Facebook. You can also subscribe to HM etc. to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and styles. Happy Thanksgiving!

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