Traditionally, cream-based liqueurs are often served in an old-fashioned glass (also known as a rocks glass, or a lowball glass). These drinks can be shaken, or stirred, or built directly in the glass. Fulton’s Harvest is no exception, it tastes great mixed with a few other ingredients in a low glass.
We have picked out three of our favorite Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie Liqueur drinks, all thanks to SpiritDrinks.com.
This incredible drink is made from Cointreau (orange liqueur), Kahlua Peppermint Mocha (or regular Kahlua) and Fulton’s Harvest.
Start by adding ice to an old-fashioned glass, then pour in the Cointreau and Kahlua. Top with Fulton’s Harvest, without mixing too much.
- 1 oz Cointreau
- 1 oz Kahlua Peppermint Mocha
- 1 oz Fulton’s Harvest
Fulton’s Harvest tastes great over ice, but its flavor can be improved by mixing with a few basic ingredients. We found that making shots for sipping was one of the best ways to enjoy the drink. Shot glasses concentrate the flavors and aromas, allowing your senses of taste and smell to pick it up quicker.
Some of our current favorite shots include Apricot Spice, Berry Pumpkin and the Kahlua Pumpkin. None of these recipes are difficult to mix, each taking no more than 2 minutes to prepare.
This shot is made by layering equal amounts of Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur and apricot brandy. Start by adding the Fulton’s Harvest to a chilled shot glass. Next, layer the apricot brandy on top.
If you have never layered a shot before, it is very easy. Hold a teaspoon flat (upside down), and pour the apricot brandy very slowly over the wide bottom so that it slowly goes into the glass. The goal is to slow down the top layer, to prevent it from mixing
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Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur is just what its name says: the wonderful flavors and aromas of pumpkin pie in a unique cream liqueur. If you have ever tried Bailey’s Irish Cream, then you are familiar with cream liqueurs.
We describe it simply as: the taste of fall and the holidays in America. Fulton’s Harvest mixes well with nearly any fall, Thanksgiving or Christmas flavor. We successfully mixed it with: coffee, Kahlua, Bailey’s, brandy, raspberry syrup, cherry liqueur, pomegranate liqueur, creme de cassis, chocolate, cinnamon, and the list goes on!
Some of our favorite ways to mix it are shaken with ice and served in a shot glass, but it also goes great on the rocks and even served in a cocktail glass. More on this later, so stay tuned. In the mean time, SpiritDrinks.com has the best collection of Fulton's Harvest drink recipes.
Available nationwide, Fulton’s Harvest generally retails for $9.99 in a 750ml bottle. Alcohol percentage is fairly low at 12.5 percent, so the risk of drinking too much is not there. ... [ read more ]