Our seasonal collection includes all sorts of sultry sippers. For an autumn rum cocktail with a twist, try our rum negroni for a softer take on the classic cocktail. Those looking for an autumn gin cocktail should try our fresh and fruity bramble cocktail – perfect for parties. Elsewhere, we've got everything from a spiced sidecar to a zesty orange hot chocolate for you to try.
Kit out your home bar with the best cocktail accessories, then check out our favourite cocktail glasses and whisky glasses. For more autumnal inspiration, check out our best autumn kitchen activities, best autumn recipes and best October recipes.
11 autumn cocktail recipes
Think of the boulevardier as the negroni getting an autumnal makeover, where using bourbon instead of gin adds a rich, rounded edge to the drink.
Make autumnal blackberries – fresh and in liqueur form – the hero ingredient in this fruity, zesty cocktail.
The smells and tastes of an autumn bonfire inspired this evocative cocktail, which gets sweet and smoky notes from marshmallow syrup and peaty Lagavulin.
Bourbon and apples are a winning pairing in this easy-drinking whisky cocktail that makes for a delicious autumn aperitif.
Swap gin for rum in this softer take on a negroni – decant into a hip flask for sipping on autumn walks.
This whisky is a great way of using up foraged blackberries. Infuse an affordable blended scotch with the fruit and toasted spices for a warming seasonal liqueur.
Cooler evenings need a cocktail with a kick! This classic espresso martini, made with fresh espresso and vodka, will perk you up in no time.
This rich and creamy drink is lifted by a dash of zingy citrus. You can also add a tot of spiced rum for extra boozy indulgence.
We love adding spices to our autumn food and drink – make your own spice-infused brandy for this warming-cold weather cocktail.
Use the seasonal beetroot and apples in your veg box to make this refreshing and rejuvenating juice.
Stronger, spirit-forward cocktails are perfect for sipping slowly. Savour this classic drink, made with bourbon or rye whisky, on chilly evenings in front of the fire.