Autumn Spice Cocktail

Now that it is November and we are settling into Autumn with rustling leaves, fireplaces and cool evening breezes this Autumn Spice Cocktail is sure to warm your taste buds.  Whether you are snuggling up with a loved one for a cozy night in or gearing up for Ladies Night, this cocktail is just what you have been waiting for.

Your favorite fall flavors come together in this fabulous treat.  Made up of whipped vodka and hazelnut liqueur combined with cream and your favorite pumpkin spices, this drink is so creamy and comforting, it just may transport you home.

After trying a pumpkin spice latte at my favorite coffee place, I started asking (ok, maybe begging) Chad to turn that into a cocktail.  Something that was reminiscent of fall flavors and one that could carry you back to the kitchen with a warm fresh pie in the oven.  He certainly did not disappoint.  This is the Fall cocktail for you!  Enjoy.

Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook – we have a virtual Ladies Night party every Thursday.  Come and link up your favorite cocktail or dish!  Fabulous cocktails, fantastic food and amazing company.  It is THE place to be on Thursdays!

Check out this incredible Autumn cocktail line up!  What are you drinking? Click on the photo or link to open in a new window.

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The spiced and dark rums mingle with the bright amaretto energy, mixing day and night in one inviting drink: URBAN TWILIGHT!

Fabulous fall cocktail, this Cinnamon Toast Cocktail warms you with hot cider and Captain Morgan’s Spiced Rum!

Autumn Spice Cocktail

serves 2

4 ounces International Delight French Vanilla Creamer

2 ouncesPinnacle Whipped Vodka

2 oz Frangelico Hazelnut Liqueur

1/4 teaspoon floor cinnamon

1/eight teaspoon nutmeg

1/8 teaspoon clove


In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, ad ingredients.  Shake vigorously to combine.  Pour into 2 cocktail glasses serve immediately and enjoy!

Click here for a printable version of this recipe – The Slow Roasted Italian.Com

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