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Who’s up for learning how to make a scrumptious Salted Caramel Pumpkintini? It’s almost fall y’all! That makes me start thinking all things pumpkin. Pumpkin decorations, fall scents, pumpkin patch visits, hayrides, bonfires, Thanksgivings and pumpkin pie!!!
Do you love Scrumptious Pumpkin Everything?
Pumpkins in the tablescape, on the tablecloth and mantle add such a warm inviting fall feeling in our home. That’s when it officially feels like fall to me. Because I live in Arkansas, if I’m waiting on the weather to start ”feeling” like; it might just be Christmas before that happens. Many of the years when I decorate our front porch, it’s in shorts. LOL, no seriously we could have a chilly day or two, but still be in short sleeves. On the flip side, because we live in Arkansas, it could have already snowed a couple of times before Thanksgiving. Hello Mother Nature, PMSing much this year? Guess we shall see!!!
How delicious is all the smells of fall?
I have to be honest there are some of the favs of fall that jillion’s of people love that I DETEST. I’m just gonna go ahead and slay this dragon right now. Pumpkin Pie SPICE makes me almost throw up in my mouth a little. I pour handcrafted candles and I get physically ill when I have to pour that candle. Now, I do have a Pumpkin Pickin’ that I just want to eat. But there are other fragrances that make me feel fallish: Autumn Fields, Candy Corn, Mulberry, Indian Summer, Muscadine, Caramel Popcorn, Mocha Latte, Creme Brûlée, and Hot Apple Pie. I do sell more Bamboo Teak, Patchouli and of course Pumpkin Pie Spice. Kinda makes me want to go fix a new batch!
What’s better than time with friends, family
a delicious Salted Caramel Pumpkintini
Whether your gather for family time, friend haunted mazes, hayrides or bonfires there’s nothing better than a delicious beverage to usher in the season of being thankful and making time for the fun times together.
All Things Fall – Salted Caramel Pumpkintini
Of All Things that we love to do and consume a new favorite of some of my friends and family might just be this new Salted Caramel Pumpkintini. I will tell you you should prepare yourself for a texture. This will be a little more of a smoothie texture because of the pumpkin.
Scrumptuiousness of Salted Caramel Whisky
This is LOVED by many. The smell and the idea of it made me so freakin happy when I thought about developing this recipe… Such as it is, it’s still whiskey, and I kinda, nope not even kinda… I hate it. There ya go folks, learning a lot about me in this brief little fall recipe reveal. Guess I’m revealing a lot of things, though LOTS of my friends love it and fall. Considering all things, I thought I’d do this for them! Most of them hate my fruity sweet drinks, so here ya go. It is still a little sweet but not super sweet.
What’s your favorite fall thing to do? Does it feel like fall where y’all are? Hope you enjoy this scrumptious fall salted Caramel Pumpkintini!! Happy fall y’all!
If a Pumkintini ain’t your thing then maybe a Southern French one will be! 😉
Today’s a good day to be thankful for all you have & can do! Be blessed and take a minute to reflect on why you love your version of Rhapsodyville livin.
Salted Caramel Pumpkintini
A scrumptious fall cocktail
- 1 or 2 oz Salted Caramel Whiskey If I use the Grand Gala I only use 1 oz of SCW
- 1 oz Grand Gala This is optional
- 1 oz Whipped Vodka
- 1 oz Brown Sugar Simple Syrup
- 3 T Pumpkin Puree Canned or fresh
- 3 oz Coconut Water
- 1 t Vanilla
- 1-2 T Honey / Maple Syrup / Caramel Use which ever you like the best, but any will work.
- 1 cookie Sandie / Shortbread / Sugar / Gingerbread Any of these will work just fine.
Mix all liquid ingredients and whisk together, well. Crumble cookies in one saucer. I prefer maple syrup for this recipe, but have used all 3 of the above and they all work fine. I add approximately a TBLS of whichever I choose to the bottom of glass, then turn it upside down in second saucer, let drain a little the use what came out to rim the glass and then dip in the cookie crumbs. Pour in glass and serve.
*Simple syrup is equal parts water & brown sugar, bring to boil. I fix ahead and store in fridge, will last a couple of weeks.