The official start of Fall is right around the corner this September 22nd. What better way to celebrate one of our season’s most pivotal and monumental points by relaxing and celebrating the end of summer and the start of fall with some new adult beverages.

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7 Drinks You Should Be Drinking This Fall

1)  Templeton Rye Aged 6 Years

With a slogan that says “ Good Whiskey Gets Better Age” – Templeton Rye whiskey is stuff for aging over the course of 6 years to give it a taste that will satiate even the hardest of enthusiast.

2) West 32 Soju

The triple-filtered West 32 Soju oddly enough doesn’t come from South Korea but instead from the heart of New York City. For those who don’t have a Korean friend/coworker and have not yet ordered soju at your local Korean BBQ joint you may just like this low-proof “Korean vodka”

Unlike much of the sojus that are overly processed with artificial flavorings, sweeteners, and other tongue-twisting chemicals, West 32 Soju is distilled from corn with a trace of cane sugar.

“We wanted to make a different spirit.​ ​One that continued the time-honored Korean ritual of celebrating life with soju,” said Daniel Lee and Maxwell Fine, founders of the brand.

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3) Deep Eddy Vodka

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Like any major brand in any field – there needs to be a philosophy behind why you do the things you do to be successful. And the Deep Eddy Vodka brand’s philosophy is to produce the best vodka by using the best ingredients.

They have a three step process to which they use when creating their vodkas. If you are an individual who loves to diversify your drinking experience, then this may very well be the drink for you as there are several vodka flavors to choose from.

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4)  Lasorda Family Wines

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The ideation of former Dodger baseball great Tommy Lasorda, Lasorda Family Wines offers a $24 Cabernet Sauvignon and a $19 Chardonnay.

How does a professional MLB baseball player transition to producing wine? Inspired by an upbringing eating Italian home cooked food, Tommy and his four brothers opened Tommy Lasorda’s Italian Trattoria for over 30 years in Exton, Pennsylvania. The restaurant can now be found in different locations, including Dodger stadium in los Angeles.

No stranger to the restaurant industry, Tommy recently moved onto wine. The first two of his collection is the Cabernet Sauvignon with notes of cedar, dark chocolate and raspberry. In contrast, the Chardonnay has notes of lemon grass, lily, and fresh citrus with a honeydew, melon, and asian paur aftertaste attributed to its neutral french oak fermentation process. Overall it’s a crisp wine for the start of fall.

5)  San Simeon Cabernet Sauvignon

Looking to have a much more sophisticated drink for your celebration? Well if so then San Simeon may very well be the drink that can bring a bit more elegance and class to whatever path or gathering you may be holding.

Like many drinks – the more you age the drink, the better it will taste and this is especially true with San Simeon wine.

Celebrate this Fall and remember what the day represents and why you should feel elated and not so hammered by this day.

6)  Slow & Low Rock and Rye 100ml cans

If you are holding a backyard BBQ party, and there is nothing wrong with that as those are some of the most joyous events, then the Slow and Low Rock and Rye canned spirits are what you are going to be looking after.

Very convenient to have around as well as extremely tasty. What more could you ask for?

7)  Caffe Borghetti Coffee Liqueur

Kick of this most monumental and important day with a delicious cup of coffee liquor that will start this day of string and give you the energy to tackle and appreciate the day even more.

Just remember not to overdo it too much. Don’t want to drive the attendees and guest away with your extra energy, right?

What if you don’t drink your liquor on the rocks?

Top Note Tonic: Ready-To-Drink (RTD) Craft Tonics

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If only Mary Pellettieri’s craft tonics were alcoholic they would make the list. On the other hand, quality tonic is an ideal mixer for high quality alcohol. A craft brewing industry veteran, Mary Pellettieri added her brewer’s touch to innovate and balance the flavors to invent tonic mixers that are playful and encourage experimentation with your cocktails.

“Top Note mixers are fresh, playful and encourage experimentation. I crafted them for mixability, drinkabilty, quality and versatility to elevate the modern cocktail experience.” – Mary Pellettieri

Choose from Indian Tonic Water, Bitter Lemon and Ginger Beer to craft your own cocktails.

A Day Of Celebration

On this most important day, it is time for it back and reflects on your summer. Drinking can relax and bring out the moist joyous vibes. So enjoy this day with friends and the family and always remember to drink responsibly.

If you are looking for a few good drinks to have a great time, then we are certain these may very well be the drinks you are looking for.

Samples of each beverage were provided for review. All opinions are our own.