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A perfect fall pumpkin and bourbon cocktail!
Living in Nebraska gives us a unique opportunity to experience harvest time as our state is still quite closely connected with the farms where the produce comes from. Even living in Omaha, we see fields being harvested on the edge of town, the big combines and grain trucks kicking up dust clouds into the sky giving the sunshine a golden glow that only makes the blazing orange and red maples look even prettier.
Pumpkin and Bourbon
We wanted a great fall combo as a pumpkin and bourbon cocktail. What is more perfect than a pumpkin cocktail for autumn toasting!?
Apples and fresh cider from local orchards start to appear in the stores and if on cue, our kids start bugging us to take trips to the orchards and pumpkin patch. We are lucky to have lots of great orchards just a short drive away, and before we know it we are lugging home a bushel of apples, a gallon of fresh pressed cider and pumpkins for decorating the house for Halloween. Make sure to pair it with our Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodle Whoopie Pies!
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What Ingredients are Included in the Pumpkin Harvest?
- Angostura Bitters
- Heavy Cream
- Apple Cider
- Simple Syrup
- Pumpkin Spice/Nutmeg
About this time of year, anything pumpkin is hot, so it was only natural that we found a way to use some of the fruits of our labors to come up with a great pumpkin and bourbon cocktail. The Pumpkin Harvest Cocktail combines the caramel and vanilla notes of bourbon, the tart sweetness of apple cider and the earthy sweetness of pumpkin to make a rich creamy cocktail that brings all the flavors of fall right into your glass!
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Other Pumpkin Cocktails
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- White Chocolate Pumpkin Martini – Culinary Compass
- Sparkling Bourbon Pumpkin Apple Punch – The Speckled Palate
Other Harvest Cocktails
- Apple Cider Dark and Stormy – The Crumby Kitchen
- Apple Cider Margaritas – Lively Table
- Pumpkin Apple Punch – Take Two Tapas
- Rum Harvest – Mantitlement
- The Harvest Sparkle – Fed & Fit
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- 3 Tbsp pumpkin puree
- Pumpkin spice or fresh grated nutmeg for garnish
- 1.75 oz bourbon
- .50 oz amaretto
- .75 oz simple syrup (adjust amount to taste depending on the sweetness of the cider)
- .75 oz apple cider
- .50 oz heavy cream
- 2 dashes Angostura bitters
Place all ingredients into a shaker with ice.
Shake vigorously until mixture is frothy.
Strain into a coupe and garnish with pumpkin spice or grated nutmeg.
Libbey Speakeasy Coupe Glass 7 oz - 4 Pack w/ Pourer
Angostura Bitters Set
Luckygoobo Stainless Steel Cocktail Shaker,25oz,Silver
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 299 Total Fat: 5.4g Saturated Fat: 3.3g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 19mg Sodium: 1129mg Carbohydrates: 24.4g Fiber: 1.4g Sugar: 15.2g Protein: 0.8g
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