Open Fall Party and Harvest Honey Moon Cocktail


Labor Day may mark the official end of the barbecue season, but do not let the party stop you! Imagine the top time for an undeniable outdoor stay. Crunchy, cold weather and dancing leaves of amber, rust and leaves in the air prepare the stage for the great party. These leaves are also an elegant palette that inspired the outdoor fall party I threw in my backyard. Instead of specifying a theme, autumn tones and textures can be placed at the middle of jeweled food and beverages. It was a fabulous day full of lips, Harvest Honey Moon cocktail with honeycomb vodka, laughter, casual food and glasses.


Outdoor dining and cocktail parties are available. Most people like to travel in summer and life is slower before the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. A good meal is the top way to meet all your friends and family.

In addition to the company, food and drink are the stars of the show at every party. I remain faithful to the opportunity. At this time of year, I particularly like high-comfort foods that focus on the abundance of live root vegetables in the fall. In this case, a simple chicken with vegetables roasted in all colors, decorated with pomegranate seeds and spices such as meat trimmings and Zatar.

Serving food at any outdoor meal can be misleading. The food has to be transported smoothly from the kitchen to the outdoor table. I love to serve hearty fried chicken or meat and vegetables on the boards. It's like grazing wood, but for the genuine thing. Arrange the food on a skilful board while distributing the same kind of food at both ends. This allows guests to serve all meals without having to move the plate. When space is limited, place food on smaller boards to gain friends who go beyond the family style.

The menu I served was simple and the desserts required only a small knife preparation and frying, although very small talent was required (cocktails were closed, but I'm NOT a baker!)

  • – Roasted whole chicken with Zar and thyme
  • honeyed Brussels sprouts
  • Topped with roasted carrots, goat cheese, tahini and pomegranate seeds.
  • Hasselback potatoes of garlic and herb
  • Roasted pumpkin
  • fresh figs, persimmons and pomegranates
  • Apple wine donut (bought in the store)
  • Caramel apple and blackberry pavlov
  • Cocktail: Harvest Honey Cocktail with Moon Hangar 1 Cocktail 1 Honeycomb Vodka, recipe below


Harvest Honeymoon is a light, acid-based cocktail that goes well with savory, wealthy foods. Blackberry and crunchy apples, mixed with walnut and sour lemon, support the simple spirit Honeycomb vodka from hangar 1. The vodka was inoculated with all the honeycombs of the local Golden Harvest Bees and a unique profile was obtained from other honey brandies. I've been a fan of Honeycomb Vodka for a while, but it was just one of Distiller's Exclusives bottles at the distillery. We are all lucky; nothing special anymore! Hangar 1 Honeycomb Vodka can be used for the first time outside the Hangar 1 Distillery. They are introduced nationwide. Look for a bottle of holiday cocktails at your local liquor store.


The folds below inspired the middle parts. Produces wild yet sophisticated arrangements in dried flora textures in neutral colors such as palm trees, fronds, pampa grass and fennel ceramic vases (so so one and the one). Dried flowers and turf work easier than freshly cut flower stalks. Not only do you need water and expertise, you can also attach it to your kitchen table long after the party.

I like the soft light of a candlelight plate, but the wind quickly extinguishes the air. I added tealights Amber and rocks glasses scattered around the table. Stowed in their glasses, they will continue to sparkle during the party.

I used light and white for the place setting neutral plates and napkins Highlight food and drinks. On every plate I used clear picture frames and dried the flowers in the arrangements in them. I visited the names of my guests in the frame with a colored pencil that served as a place card and gift for my friends to take away.

Be prepared with lighting when the sun sets in the afternoon. I hung simple bullets on trees filled with flashing battery plugs to light up the party. String lights are also great options to illuminate the party.

When the temperature drops in the evening, a ceiling station will make your guests feel comfortable and relaxed. Roll the blankets and place them in a basket or hang them within reach of the party. If you need a bit more heat, you can take one or two blankets with you.

I anticipate these tips and tricks will inspire you to organize your own epic outdoor fall party!


  • 2 oz Hangar 1 honeycomb vodka
  • 1 ounce of lemon juice
  • 1/2-ounce apple-blackberry syrup (recipe below)
  • 1/2 ounce fruit syrup
  • 2 lines aromatic bitter
  • Side dish: honeycomb, blackberries, edible flowers

Place all liquid components in an ice shaker. Shake and strain into a glass. Add honeycomb and blackberries to a skewer. Decorate the combs with edible flowers and add them to the jar.

Apple pepper syrup

  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 3/4 cup apple juice
  • 1 cup of blackberries

Put sugar and juice in a sauce pan. Add blackberries just before cooking. Remove from heat and stir. Let it rest for 2 hours. Filter the solids and refrigerate for up to 1 month in an airtight container.

This publication is sponsored Hangar 1 vodka, All opinions are mine. Craft + Thank you for reading and supporting the partnerships that make the cocktails flow in the cocktails!



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