The Best Drinks to Serve at Thanksgiving
Whether you're hosting Thanksgiving for your quarantine pod or celebrating with relatives over Zoom, there's no question that Thanksgiving 2020 is going to look a lot different from the holiday in years past. But just because you're not at a big gathering doesn't mean you can't celebrate in style. Even if you don't make a huge Thanksgiving feast, you can still enjoy one of the best parts of the holiday: the drinks.
From cocktails to mocktails, we have all of the Thanksgiving drink recipes you need to stay happy and hydrated this holiday season. Bottoms up!
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Made with raspberry syrup and topped with a lemon slice, this gin-based cocktail is almost too pretty to drink. Almost.
Get our recipe for a Clover Club Cocktail.
Rosé Paloma Cocktail
Don't just pour a glass of rosé this holiday season. Spice things up with a rosé cocktail for a fancier touch.
Get our recipe for a Rosé Paloma Cocktail.
If vegetable juice is a regular part of your beverage routine, this drink is for you. Made with honey and lemon juice, this mocktail will make you want to drink your veggies.
Get our recipe for a Carrot Mocktail.
Who says you can't enjoy a margarita at Thanksgiving? There are no rules in 2020, so we'll take it.
Get our recipe for a Classic Margarita.
If you prefer the taste of Champagne, try a champagne cocktail like the French 750 this Turkey Day. The lemon twist just screams "fancy."
Get our recipe for a French 750.
Oakwood Sunrise Mocktail
Think of this as a Tequila Sunrise without the tequila. Yum!
Get our recipe for an Oakwood Sunrise Mocktail.
If you're looking for a holiday drink that's a bit on the strong side, you can't go wrong with sangria. Our recipe uses red wine and brandy, along with plenty of fresh fruit.
Get our recipe for Blackberry Sangria.
Kiss of Steel Mocktail
Do you drink coffee at any time of the day? You need this cold brew drink at your Thanksgiving meal.
Get our recipe for a Kiss of Steel Mocktail.
This gin-based cocktail will have all your Thanksgiving guests saying, "Ooh, la la!"
Get our recipe for a Lucien Gaudin.
This Mezcal recipe comes courtesy of Taproom No. 307 in New York City. With sliced jalapeño and juice from a green apple, this green drink isn't one to overlook.
Get our recipe for a Fuego Verde Cocktail.
This Dorothy Parker-inspired Champagne cocktail will win over all of your Thanksgiving guests.
Get our recipe for a Vice Versa.
Pepper Keenan Mocktail
If you've never had bell peppers in a drink before, this mocktail just might surprise you. Agave nectar and pineapple juice mix with the peppers and jalapeño for a combo with a bite.
Get our recipe for a Pepper Keenan Mocktail.
It's never the wrong time to serve a Moscow Mule, especially if you have the signature copper mugs.
Get our recipe for a Moscow Mule.
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