FFFDrinks: Five Drinks for a VERY Cheerful Thanksgiving

There are two types of people in this world: those who love the precious time spent with loved ones and the cheerfulness of the holidays and those who need a drink in order to make it through a sit-down meal with family. Whether you want to be drunk this Thanksgiving to party or persevere, we’ve got you covered.


Pom Moscow Mule

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The more you sip on this crisp and light yet strong AF drink, the more you’ll be able to tolerate the barrage of questions about your future plans and relationship status and career goals and weight gain!! Find the recipe here.



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This recipe calls for pear nectar, which sounds fancy but you can easily find it at the international section of any grocery store.  Pro Tip: If you’re too lazy to make a traditional simple syrup (which I am), use equal parts honey and water.


Autumn Spiced Sangria

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You’ll want a glass of this fall staple every night, and you can do that because it’s quick and easy! Line the glass in cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg for extra deliciousness. The recipe’s here.


Fireappleball Punch


I just made this for my Galsgiving and it seriously couldn’t have been simpler or yummier. After only being able to find recipes online for hot apple cider drinks, I decided to take matters into my own hands (aka I winged it). I dumped almost a gallon of the most expensive Apple Cider I could find into a punch bowl, added anywhere between 3-5 cups of Fireball, threw in two sliced green apples and sprinkled in a bunch of cinnamon. I forgot to take a picture because I got too buzzed too fast, a testament to how GOOD it came out.


Cranberry Cinnamon Cocktail

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A drink that’s said to double as an air freshener? I’m sold.



Did we miss any? Let us know your favorite fall draaanks in the comments. Cheers! 


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