Recipe: Pumpkin Spice Flavored Cocktails

Maple. Spice. Moondust. It seems as if there are plenty of flavors and cosmic minerals “of the season” this autumn 2013, but none more dominant than the mighty pumpkin. Rearing its head in our lattes, candles, air fresheners, and everywhere else, it is seemingly inescapable this time of year. So of course, it makes perfect sense to join on in and present for your consideration some cocktail ideas which may further reinforce your love for all things pumpkin, or solidify your disgust and disdain for the seasonal squash:

pumpkinspice1 Recipe: Pumpkin Spice Flavored CocktailsPumpkin Spice Margarita
2 parts Cruz Reposado Tequila
1 part Pumpkin Spice Liqueur
2 parts Half and Half
Cinnamon Sugar

Combine Cruz Reposado, pumpkin spice liqueur and half and half in shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a glass over ice cinnamon sugar rim.

pumpkinspice2 Recipe: Pumpkin Spice Flavored CocktailsPumpkin-Tini
3 parts pumpkin-infused Portón Pisco* (instructions below)
Apple Slice

Shake pumpkin-infused Portón over ice and strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with apple slice.

*Pumpkin-Infused Portón
2-750mL bottles of Portón Pisco
½ of a whole Nutmeg
1 cinnamon stick
20 whole cloves
½ of a whole vanilla bean
1 medium sized Sugar Pumpkin (also known as a cooking / baking pumpkin)

Cut off all outer skin of pumpkin and the cut the pumpkin into cubes and separate seeds and non-usable pieces. Take vanilla bean and cut in half horizontally. Place all ingredients into a large glass jar, and store warm. After 2 days, remove the cinnamon stick (as it will overpower infusion). After 4 days, remove ingredients, strain through a cheese cloth, and return to empty bottles or clean glass container.

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