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Mott and Mulberry

This cocktail was created by Leo Robitschek of The Nomad and Eleven Madison Park in New York City. It spices up apple cider with rye and Amaro Abano, an amaro that's a bit more bitter than Averna, and a bit less mentholated-tasting than Fernet. More

DIY vs. Buy: How to Make Cranberry Liqueur

Forget about the big jugs of watery cranberry juice on the grocery store shelves—the best way to put these gorgeous red fruits into your drinks is with a homemade cranberry liqueur. Fresh cranberries are ubiquitous this time of year, and turning them into liqueur is a snap. So not only will you have a versatile ingredient for festive Thanksgiving cocktails, but a bottle of this beautiful crimson liqueur also makes a great gift come December. More

Apple Sage Old Fashioned

This cocktail is inspired by Thanksgiving stuffing recipes that incorporate apples and sage. Start by making a simple syrup of sugar, water, and sage leaves. Stir that up into a rich and fruity spin on the classic Old Fashioned. More

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