Take Your Cocktail Game
to the Next Level
You already know how to make classic cocktails. Now make them even better with one simple method.
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The days are getting shorter, the leaves are falling and the idea of drinking around a fire seems more and more appealing, doesn't it? When it comes to mixing up a drink, it seems that as the sky starts getting darker, so should your cocktails. We want fuller, deeper flavors and the easiest way to fall-ify your drink? Stirring in such seasonal flavors as apple, maple and vanilla-tinged coffee. We've rounded up three cocktails laced with autumnal ingredients that are easy to make at home (or around a bonfire at a tailgate).
Kentucky Cold Brew
The spice and smoky finish of bourbon provides an ample kick to your standard cold brew coffee. It's finished with a homemade syrup that complements the spirit's molassesy flavors.
We asked Elliott Clark, the Apartment Bartender, for some sound advice on what it takes to make delicious cocktails at home.