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Fall Forward with Transitional Cocktails

by Chris Harrison 1 min read

Fall Forward with Transitional Cocktails

Maybe you're not quite ready for summer to end... or if you're like us down here in Texas where it's still mid-90s - you're begging for sweater weather! Either way, autumn is officially here,  so we've picked out our favorite drinks that blend bright summery notes with fall flavors. Prepare to transition your cocktail palates. 

Sage Paloma

Sage Paloma Cocktail on indoor tableFresh sage lends a savory, herbal note to the summer-time favorite. Bright lemon juice and a few dashes of bitters round out the cocktail for refined, fall flavor. Recipe for Sage Paloma.

Brasserie Special

Brasserie Special cocktail on indoor barBourbon whiskey brings warm and vanilla flavors to this Tropical Passionfruit Syrup based sour. A perfect cocktail for those last warm days before the autumn chill. Recipe for Brasserie Special.

Double Fill-Up

Double Fill-Up cocktail on outdoor barSugar and spice - pomegranate and rye whiskey are classic autumnal flavors, but the addition of fresh mint brings a bright, airiness to this sour build. Save it for a brisk but sunny weekend afternoon. Recipe for Double Fill-Up. 

 



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