ROQUE's Favorite Winter Cocktails

There's something whimsical + stunning about a winter wedding or event. The chilly weather outside, the joy of the winter holidays floating in the air, the romanticism of the snow - they can all contribute to making your event feel unique and genuinely unforgettable. 

If you have your heart set on a winter event, you will surely want everything about it to be amazing and coordinated with the weather outside - and your signature cocktails make no exception.

In celebration of our Founder + Executive Producer Raquel Bickford Oranges' birthday today, we've gathered up our favorite winter options you could serve your guests!


Ginger Sparkler

If the occasion calls for something sparkling, why not serve up this festive cocktail?


Blood Orange Punch

Spreading good cheer is easy -- greet guests with a blood orange punch bar!

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Pear and Sparkling Cider

An earthy, sweet pear-cider cocktail is tinged with whiskey -- a perfect drink for a cold day.

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Winter Solstice Cocktail

The color of snow, this cocktail recipe is courtesy of Charles Corpion from The Four Seasons.

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Bourbon Cranberry Shrub

Forget about Manhattans and Cosmopolitans, even older vintage cocktails are what's in with cocktail culture aficionados.


ROQUE's Favorite Fall Cocktails

As the colorful leaves fall from the trees - it's important to honor the seasons changing with a proper drink in hand. Signature and seasonal cocktails are the perfect way to excite guests while entertaining. Weather at your home, for your wedding, or a social party 1 or all of these cocktails will please your guests. 

Whether you’re mixing cider with your sangria, apple with your martini or pumpkin spice with your hot chocolate, these recipes will brighten your fall function. Plus, with one of these in your guests’ hands, they’ll dance with you all night long.

See our favorite fall cocktails below!


Fall Manhattan

Serve a seasonal drink made with rye, Champagne, bitters, blood orange, and maple syrup.








Hot Apple Cider with Sugared Cranberries

Add a dash of the hard stuff, and hot apple cider turns into a cocktail with a kick.


Cinnamon Horchata

This cinnamon-vanilla rice drink is a frothy Mexican classic. For a spiked version, stir in a little rum.


Mulled Blood-Orange Punch

Blood-orange juice and spices combine for a wonderful fall mixture. Serve as is or topped with sparkling wine, sparkling water, or vodka.


Rosemary + Raspberry Fizz

The sugared rim and rosemary sprig add the perfect touch of festivity.