As gorgeous as it is delicious, this cocktail features vividly flavored (and colored) Concord grapes in a puree that you can make ahead and freeze. It's a remarkably refreshing cocktail with plenty of tartness to balance the naturally sweet grapes.
Made with fresh apple cider, Bulleit bourbon, and calvados or apple brandy, this seasonal variation on a Sidecar is nice with apple pie, both smooth and rich without being heavy.
Named for the Mexican state of Jalisco, this Gramercy Tavern cocktail is the ideal fall drink for margarita lovers. It's delicately spiced with allspice dram, and made perfectly pear-y with the fresh pear flavor of Rothman & Winter pear liqueur.
This drink starts with Ransom Old Tom gin, which has a touch of herbal and malty sweetness. Dry mead, lemon, and honey mingle to create a subtle and sophisticated fall cocktail.
This bittersweet cocktail is a variation on a Negroni, with Aperol instead of Campari and a dash of herbal yellow Chartreuse. It offers a little lingering warmth for a cool fall day.