Since it can't be fall year round, might as well drink this seasonal riff on the classic old fashioned. The sage syrup and apple brandy pair nicely together to capture autumn in a rocks glass.
The first iconic Sidecar, made with Cointreau, traces its heritage back to 1920s London. A perfect balance between Cointreau, Cognac, and lemon, the Sidecar is a classic that has endured generation after generation. The final touch of a sugared rim provides a perfect balance of sweet and sour.
Mixologists around the world make this fizzy, lemony drink with gin, but New Orleans bartenders opt for cognac.
A deliciously smooth dessert cocktail, this drink is the ultimate adult milkshake. It's most commonly made with brandy but some early recipes actually used gin. The exact origins of the drink are unknown but whoever mixed this up was someone we sure would have liked to be friends with.