Fresh Cool Cocktails to Celebrate Autumn’s Bounty of Seasonal Fruit

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas provides several options to   enjoy your favorite fall beverages. At The Chandelier, Property Chef Mixologist, Mareina Mercer, applied her expertise to createAPPLES TO APPLES, a delicious mixture of Pecan Bourbon, Cloudy Apple Juice, Milled Corn Syrup and other delicious fall flavors as well as the The Soylent Green, a nod to the 1973 science-fiction thriller film of the same name, and play on the atomic era party favorite “Green Fluff.” Not trying to have a cocktail, but still want the delicious taste of fall? The Juice Standard’s “Harvest Spice Bee Invincible” drink is an autumnal espresso drink, made with pure pumpkin purée, locally roasted organic espresso and in-season spices like cinnamon and vanilla.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Apples to Apples

·         Pecan Bourbon

·         Cloudy Apple Juice

·         Milled Corn Syrup

·         Grains of Paradise

·         Olorosso Sherry

·         Lemon

·         served with Mace & Honeysalt

Soylent Green

·         Avua Amburana Cachaca

·         Maraschino

·         Coconut Pandan

·         Lemon

·         Pineapple & Orange Juices

·         Marshmallow Syrup

·         topped with Passionfruit Pearls & Pistachio Almond Espuma

Harvest Spice Bee Invincible

·         pure pumpkin purée;

·         locally roasted organic espresso;

·         in-season spices like cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla, and ginger;

·         raw agave;

·         coconut oil

·         choice between grass-fed butter or ghee.

Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar at Conrad New York

Conrad New York’s upscale rooftop bar, famous for its signature Prosecco Popsicle Cocktails and beautiful views of the Hudson, has outdone itself this fall season. Enjoy three warm seasonal cocktails from the bar’s heated outdoor deck – the delicious Boozy Hazelnut hot chocolate featuringBaileys and Frangelico; the innovative Spiked Loopy Hot Apple Cider mixed with Jim Bean apple, seasonal herbs and spices, and garnished with a dark cinnamon stick; or the mouthwatering Hot Toddy combining maple syrup, makers mark, spiced apple and fresh peppermint.

Conrad New York

Hot Toddy

·         Maker’s Mark

·         Maple Syrup

·         Spiced Apple

·         Cloves

·         Fresh Peppermint

Boozy hazelnut Hot Chocolate

·         Baileys

·         Frangelico

·         Dark Chocolate

·         Whipped Cream

Spiked Loopy Hot Apple Cider

·         Jim Bean Apple,

·         Seasonal Spices,

·         Herbs,

·         Dark Cinnamon Stick Apple Garnish

Hotel 48LEX New York

Guests of Hotel 48LEX in midtown Manhattan can head to The Lounge’s private cocktail bar on the second floor, available only to guests, to indulge in a variety of seasonal libations, such as the Apple Cider Mimosa featuring a splash of prosecco, apple cider, cinnamon and brown sugar, the Harvest Sangria with moscato wine, rum, apple cider, and ginger ale, or the Festive Whiskey Sour blending bourbon, fresh cranberries, cinnamon and citrus juices.

Hotel 48LEX

  • Festive Whiskey Sour
  • Bourbon,
  • Fresh Cranberries,
  • cinnamon,
  • citrus juices

 

Apple Cider Mimosa

  • prosecco,
  • apple cider,
  • cinnamon
  • brown sugar

Harvest Sangria

  • moscato wine
  • rum
  • apple cider
  • ginger ale

Fontainebleau in Miami, Florida

The iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel has rolled out the perfect treat this season with its Raise Your Spirits cocktail. This specialty drink is a twist on a whiskey sour with fall flavors of apple and baking spices with a touch of spooky spirits.

Fontainebleau

Raise Your Spirits

  • 2 oz Widow Jane Apple Wood Rye,
  • 1.5 oz Apple Cider Reduction,
  • 1 oz Ginger Syrup,
  • 1 oz Lemon juice,
  • 1/4 oz Allspice Dram,
  • 1 Egg White,
  • 4 sprays of Allspice Dram “spirits” mist.

 

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