5 Fall Cocktails You Should be Drinking

When you need a little more fall kick than a pumpkin spice latte.

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Fall is in the air, and it smells like pumpkin spice (yes, PSLs are back for the season at your local Starbucks). For something a little harder, these are the drinks you should be grabbing after work.

The Harvest Moon from Drake’s

With the weather cooling off, Drake’s is keeping it cozy with Jim Beam Apple, apricot brandy, ginger liqueur, cranberry juice, fresh-squeezed lemon juice, and fresh apples served in a jar. 3740 E. 82nd St., 317-436-7531

The Washington Apple from Marco’s

Apples are an essential fruit for the fall festivities; they just aren’t in the pie this time. With apple schnapps and cranberry juice mixed with Crown Royal, Marco’s is putting autumn in a glass. 2380 E. 54th St., 317-251-7000

The Applewood-Smoked Martini from Meridian Restaurant & Bar

With a taste similar to warm spiced apple cider, and featuring a smoky rim, this fall-inspired drink consists of tequila, Blanco Vermouth, Cointreau, Agave Nectar, sage, and applewood-smoked sea salt. 5694 N. Meridian St., 317-466-1111

The Smoke & Spice from Spoke & Steele

Bring in the smoky campfire feeling with a unique mix of flavors: rye, Reposado Tequila, Amaretto, spiced simple syrup, apple bitters, Alpine herb bitters, cayenne, and cedar plank. 123 S. Illinois St., 317-737-1616

The Snickers Martini from Nicky Blaine’s

Trick-or-treating may be for kids, but this creamy, candy-like drink is for adults only, sweetened with a mixture of Kahlua, Frangelico, Bailey’s, and vodka. 20 N. Meridian St., 317-638-5588

 

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