Five Must-Try Fall Cocktails in Philadelphia
With daylight waning faster than ever as we huddle into the comfort of our coats, there’s something extra enticing about sitting in a cozy bar and sipping on heartwarming fall flavors. Look for drinks with apple cider, warm citrus, cinnamon, ginger or maple, mixed with a nice belly-warming whiskey or brandy. Here are five must-try fall cocktails around Philly.
The City Hall at Pub and Kitchen: Old Overholt Rye, Laird’s Apple Brandy, Bual Madeira, Cynar, Ramazzotti Amaro barrel aged for 6 weeks in new American oak casks ($11).
Vin Bruleè at Le Virtu: Warm red wine, star anise, cinnamon, clove ($10).
Jersey Cocktail at Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co.: Laird Bonded Apple Brandy, sugar cane syrup, Angostura and Fee’s Aromatic bitters. Served on a rock and topped with apple cider ($13).
Apple Cide-Car at Vedge: Applejack, Cointreau, maple syrup, lemon, honeycrisp-thyme shrub ($10).
The Ginger at Continental: SNAP, Bluecoat Gin, fresh lemon, housemade ginger beer and candied ginger ($4 at happy hour).
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