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Toast To Fall: U.S. Hotels Craft Seasonal Cocktails

The Otesaga Spookytini

The Otesaga Spookytini

Fall is here and with its arrival comes a whole new roster of cocktails featuring seasonal ingredients and festive touches. Toast to autumn with fall cocktails that are perfect for Halloween, harvest feasts and warming up on a cool evening from the following hotels throughout the United States.

The Otesaga Spookytini

Hotel: The Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown, New York

Website: otesaga.com

  • 2 oz. Stoli Gala Apple
  • 1 ½ oz Ginger beer
  • Dash of cherry juice
  • Garnish: Cherry stuffed lychee nut, soaked in ginger brandy

Mix all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and serve in a Martini glass. Garnish with a cherry stuffed lychee “eyeball.”

Ginger Noggin

Ginger Noggin

Ginger Noggin

Hotel: The Bowery Hotel in NYC

Website: theboweryhotel.com

  • 1.5oz Domaine de Canton
  • .25oz Orange Liqueur (Combier)
  • 1.5oz homemade eggnog
  • A pinch each of ground nutmeg and cinnamon.

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, shake ingredients and strain into a Coupe glass.

Broken Branch

Broken Branch

Broken Branch

Hotel: Blue Star Lounge at JW Marriott Desert Springs in Palm Desert, CA

Website: marriott.com/hotels/travel/ctdca-jw-marriott-desert-springs-resort-and-spa/

  • 1 ½ oz Knob Creek Bourbon
  • ½ oz Sweet Vermouth
  • ¼ oz Maraschino Liqueur
  • ¼ oz Averna Amaro

Add all ingredients in a mixing glass with. Stir (25 one direction – 25 other direction). Strain from mixing glass into chilled martini glass and garnish with orange peel.

Amite

Amite

Amite

Hotel: Sea Island in Sea Island, GA

Website: seaisland.com

  • 1 oz. vanilla vodka
  • ¼ oz. Catdaddy Moonshine
  • 1 oz. Amber Agave
  • 2 oz. Orchard Pear
  • 1 ½ oz. Isategi Cidre
  • ½ oz. fresh lemon juice

In a shaker combine vodka, Catdaddy, Agave, and Orchard Pear liqueur, lemon juice top with ice, shake well, strain into champagne glass and top with Cidre garnish with lemon peel.

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Jessica Festa

Jessica Festa is the editor of Epicure & Culture as well as Jessie on a Journey. She enjoys getting lost in new cities and having experiences you don’t read about in guidebooks. Some of her favorite travel experiences have been teaching English in Thailand, trekking her way through South America, backpacking Europe solo, road tripping through Australia, agritouring through Tuscany, and volunteering in Ghana.
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