Thanksgiving is best-known for its traditional turkey and stuffing, but there are plenty of great drink ideas you can incorporate into the holiday as well. A Turkey and Sage cocktail plays on Thanksgiving’s palette with an appetizing combination of Wild Turkey 101, muddled sage, pumpkin butter, lemon, and Angostura bitters, which make for Thanksgiving dinner in a glass. You can’t go wrong with any cranberry-infused drink, which draws inspiration from cranberry sauce. The Applejack Cobbler takes a nice combination of seasonal fruits like orange and cranberry and adds a little spice. For an after-dinner drink, try a Paper Plane, made with Amaro Nonino. Check out this list of 20 Thanksgiving cocktail recipes here and show off for your family by whipping up a few tomorrow. Happy mixing, and happy Thanksgiving!
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