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Favorite Thanksgiving Cocktails

Here are my favorite cocktails for the season!

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Pumpkin Pie

* 1 part kahlua
* 1 part spiced pumpkin pie filling
* 2 parts coconut rum
* 4 parts cold milk
* 6 ice cubes
* Garnish with cinnamon

Put everything but the cinnamon in a blender. Mix on high. Serve in graham cracker crust highball glasses and sprinkle the top with cinnamon.

Smashing Pumpkin Spice

* 1 part Goldschlager
* 1 part Irish Crème
* 1 part Kahlua
* Cinnamon candies
* Sprinkle pumpkin pie spice

Drop 3-4 cinnamon candies in the bottom of a martini glass. Mix the Goldschlager, Irish Crème, and Kahlua in a martini shaker with ice. Strain into a martini glass and sprinkle pumpkin pie spice on top.

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Gingersnap

* ½ part ginger brandy
* 1 part spiced rum
* 4 parts eggnog
* Crumbled gingersnaps

Put your gingersnaps in a blender and grind until you have cookie crumbs. Use the cookies to rim highball glasses. Mix the eggnog, rum, and brandy in your glasses. Serve with an intact gingersnap for dunking.

Turkey Shooter

* 3 parts Wild Turkey
* 1 part crème de methe

Chill both ingredients. Pour the Wild Turkey into a brandy snifter then carefully float the crème de methe on top. The whiskey will warm you up while the mint flavor keeps you cool.

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TheSaltyChef

The Salty Chef lives in AZ

5 thoughts on “Favorite Thanksgiving Cocktails”

  1. I already try these recipes, and I find it is easy. And my family like these drink especially the Gingersnap. Thanks for your sharing. I will try another recipe, I hope my family can love too.

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