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Cozy up with these 5 fall-inspired cocktails from Pittsburgh-area bars

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Joyce Hanz
Luke and Mike's Front Porch bartender Marilyn McCann serves a signature cocktail, the Sugar Plum Mojito, from the side bar.

Cooler temps call for expertly crafted cocktails that are sure to warm you right up.

The Trib talked to bartenders around Pittsburgh and learned ingredients of their favorite fall drinks

Sip on one of these fall inspired drinks infused with cinnamon, ginger, pear and plum. Your cocktail just got cozy.

The Cinnamule from The Pub at 333 in Oakmont | Submitted

Cinnamule

The Pub at 333, Oakmont

• Spiced rum

• Cinnamon syrup

• Ginger syrup

• Lime juice

• Ginger ale

• Garnish with a cinnamon stick and candied ginger

The Orchard Mule from Scratch Food & Beverage in Troy Hill | Submitted

The Orchard Mule

Scratch Food & Beverage, Troy Hill

• Stateside Urbancraft vodka

• Fresh juiced ginger and lime

• Rothman and Winter Pear Liqueur

• Finish with Threadbare Dry cider

The Sugar Plum Mojito from Luke and Mike’s Front Porch in Aspinwall | Photo by Joyce Hanz for the Tribune-Review

Sugar Plum Mojito

Luke and Mike’s Front Porch, Aspinwall

• Fresh lime juice

• Plum maple syrup

• Muddled mint

• Muddled blackberries

• Blackberry liqueur

• Bacardi rum

• Splash of cranberry juice

• Garnish with sugar on the rim

The Petalo Dorado from Morcilla in Lawrenceville | Submitted

Petalo Dorado

Morcilla, Lawrenceville

• Finca Hispana fino sherry

• Fernet Branca

• Lime juice

• Saffron tincture

Encourage Mint from Or, The Whale in Downtown | Submitted

Encourage Mint

Or, The Whale, Downtown

• Barrhill gin

• Honey

• Ginger

• Lemon

• A bar spoon of matcha powder

• Spearmint garnish

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