YOUR THANKSGIVING COCKTAIL GUIDE

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s time to start planning your drink list for any and all festivities, big or small. To make things even easier, we’ve put together a Thanksgiving day imbibing itinerary! Keep reading to find out the game-plan ;)

10 a.m.
Wakey wakey! Nothing screams Thanksgiving morning like a refreshing...
Pineapple Passionfruit Mimosa
5 oz. sparkling wine
2 oz. Root Elixirs Pineapple Passionfruit Soda

2 p.m.
Keep the ball rolling with a little afternoon pick me up… 
Moscow Mule
1.5-2 oz. of your favorite spirit (vodka is a classic)
Add ice
4 oz. Root Elixirs Ginger Beer
Stir and garnish with a lime wedge or mint

6 p.m.
Be the life of the party and compliment your feast by mixing up a tasty batch of our...
Punch Bowl
1.5 cups Tito’s vodka
0.5 cup Lillet Blanc
0.25 cup honey syrup (or more to taste)
2 cups fresh apple juice
2 cups Root Elixirs Ginger Beer
8 dashes Angostura bitters
Rosemary Sprigs
Apple Slices
Grated Nutmeg
This mix is set to serve 8 six-ounce glasses, and you’ll definitely be left wanting more!

Trust us; this is an infallible sippin’ schedule. Feel free to mix and match your favorite recipes and be sure to share it with us on Instagram @Root_Elixirs! We’re so excited to celebrate with you in spirit. Don’t wait to lock in your day’s drink list and get stocked up!

***The last day to order for Thanksgiving delivery is November 16***

Cheers, and Happy (almost) Thanksgiving!


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