How to Make the Perfect Fall Drink


Halloween is just a few days away… eek! And there’s no better way to celebrate than with an awesome fall drink, am I right? From some of my recent posts, I’m sure you guys all know how much I love fall… from the leaves, to the smells, to the weather… but fall drinks are definitely at the top of my list.


Whether you’re throwing a fun Halloween party, having some fam over or maybe even hosting a fall brunch, you don’t want to miss out on making this perfect fall drink: the Apple Cider Mimosa! 🙂


Here’s what you’ll need:


  • Champagne glasses
  • Champagne… duh!
  • Apple cider
  • Caramel syrup
  • Cinnamon sugar
  • An apple

Here’s how to make your delicious, apple cider mimosas!

Grab two plates and fill one with a good amount of caramel syrup and the other with the cinnamon sugar.


From there, you’ll want to dip the rim of each of your champagne glasses in the caramel first, followed by the cinnamon sugar – similar to the way you salt the rim of a margarita glass. This is literally my favorite part of the drink because it just gives you a little something extra with each sip.


Once you have the rims of your glasses “sugared” with caramel and cinnamon sugar, pop that cork!!


From there, you’ll want to pour champagne in each glass. The amount is really up to you. Most recipes call for 1/4 of a glass, but most people I know would opt for 1/2 a glass at least, haha!


Then, you’ll fill your glasses the rest of the way with apple cider.


For a little extra fun, you’ll want to slice up an apple and drop one slice in each glass. These act as a cute garnish and soak up lots of mimosa goodness, so they’re super yummy to eat once you’ve finished your drink.


Then, share with friends and enjoy!


What are some of your favorite fall drinks?!

C’est la vie,





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