FALL in Love with These Five Cozy Autumn Cocktails

With the changing of the seasons there is nothing better than throwing on a sweater and sipping of an autumn-inspired cocktail
A Friend Of The Devil Edge Restaurant Bar

Photograph provided by EDGE Restaurant & Bar

There’s just something about fall – leaves start turning, there’s a crispness to the air and we want nothing more than to throw on a sweater and sip an autumn-inspired cocktail. The changing of the seasons feel matched with a change in our drinking styles so we rounded up five of our favorite spots with drinks you’ll enjoy sipping all season long.

At Four Seasons Denver’s modern steakhouse EDGE Restaurant & Bar you can choose between three beautiful bars and take your pick of the creative, inventive cocktails crafted by well-trained mixologists. A Friend of the Devil is a brand new cocktail for the season with deep autumn colors and flavors in a fall sipper made with Angel’s Envy bourbon, amaro Nonino, sweet vermouth, velvet falernum, and a dash of orange bitters. 

Federales Mexicano Old Fashioned

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Though known for their tacos & tequilas, Federales also has a menu of innovative and interesting cocktails on the menu too. Pull up a seat for prime RiNo people watching at the bar while sipping on the hand-crafted Mexicano Old Fashioned, a Mexican-whiskey based take on an Old Fashioned with smooth Abasalo whiskey and Nixta corn liqueur for unexpectedly warm harvest flavors. 

Three Saints Revival Ottoman Emperor

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Downtown’s Three Saints Revival  has a dreamy, colorful interior and a cocktail menu to match as the restaurant’s unique and cool cocktails are served alongside a menu of Mediterranean inspired small plates. For fall we like the deep wintry flavors in the Ottoman Emperor, made with Elijah Craig toasted barrel bourbon, date syrup, Giffard Banane du Bresil, cherry bark bitters and expressed orange peel to finish. 

Fall Beverages At Number Thirty Eight

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Enjoy a very Colorado fall day with leaf peeping in the morning, and cocktails featuring Colorado spirits in the afternoon. Stop by Number Thirty Eight for flavors ranging from fall citrus to pumpkin and featuring spirits from Mythology, Bear Creek, Ballmer Peak, Woody Creek and other Colorado distillers. Sip on fall cocktails like the pumpkin pie flavors of the Rumpkin’ Smash or the Oktoberfest take on a whiskey sour in the Golden Hour.

La Rosa Cocktail Photo Courtesy Of Super Mega Bien

Photograph provided by Super Mega Bien

Looking for fall with a side of spooky in October? Find the vibrant, purple La Rosa at Super Mega Bien. The gorgeous gin from Idlewild Spirits made with butterfly pea flower to create the bright purple hue, will raise spooky spirits while the house-made floral tonic offers a smooth transition to fall.

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