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Pumpkin Spice Martini

It’s Friday. It’s autumn. It’s gonna be the weekend soon. And pumpkin & happy hour are all i’m thinking about. Looking for a new gal cocktail? Something you can enjoy today & all season long? Perf. Pumpkin Spice Martinis are yours now & forever. Pumpkin Spice Martinis | Your go-to festive fall cocktail! MarlaMeridith.com I have a few bottles of Patron tequila that were begging to be added to these martinis. Pumpkin Spice Martinis | Your go-to festive fall cocktail! MarlaMeridith.com Candy corn seemed like a novel idea too. Add a handful to the bottom of the glass before pouring your libation. I think they are fall festive & perfect for Halloween. Pumpkin Spice Martinis | Your go-to festive fall cocktail! MarlaMeridith.com Kids shouldn’t be the only ones to celebrate Halloween, right? Last year it was 6 degrees, snowing & very dark in Telluride, CO. We marched around with our kids freeeeezing! This year I’ll make these pumpkin spiced martinis to stay warm & because they taste amazing. Pumpkin Spice Martinis | Your go-to festive fall cocktail! MarlaMeridith.com I hope you have a wonderful weekend ~ stay warm. Party responsibly. And drink your pumpkin… Enjoy! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:439] Martini Recipe Links to Love!

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34 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Martini

  1. You are speaking my language with this martini! I’m so into fall flavored cocktails right now. You’re right, these would the be the perfect trick or treating night cocktail for the grownups 🙂

  2. I like the Pumpkin Puree and the agave in this drink. This drink sounds so delicious and I would love to try it for Halloween! Thanks for sharing

    1. Without the candy corn this cocktail is just as fabulous! The great part is I found it really does not melt into the cocktail & stays on the bottom for folks who don’t want them. A playful touch that can be omitted. Enjoy!

  3. These look awesome and love that you made it with Patron, one of my fave liquors ever. I put a Pumpkin Spice Martini in my cookbook but it was more of a creamy, sweet, desserty martini. I love that yours is definitely serious 🙂 Pinned!