At bars all over the UK, mixologists are ready to warm you up with these delicious autumnal drinks
At Bramble Bar and Lounge in Edinburgh, you can get a cocktail with just the right hint of autumnal spice. The main ingredient of the Archduke (£6.50) is Rinquiquin à la Pêche, a French fortified wine flavoured with infusions of peach. To that the team add gin, freshly squeezed lemon juice, fresh ginger juice and a touch of sugar.
If you like your cocktails sweet and spicy, try the Cinnamon Apple (£7.50) at the Alchemist in Manchester. Reyka Vodka, Manzana Verde liqueur, gingerbread syrup, apple juice and lime juice are shaken up with a white chocolate foam, and garnished with a cinnamon and nutmeg sprinkle.
At Glasgow's grand Blythswood Square Hotel, you can sip on The Franc (£11.75) this autumn. It's two parts Grey Goose Vodka to one part Noilly Rouge vermouth, with 3 dashes of Absinthe, stirred and served with a star anise.
To mark the Frieze Art Fair, artist Pauline Amos has created her own cocktail for Mark's Bar at Hixter Bankside, London. The Amos Lip packs a powerful punch with Black Cow vodka, Lillet Blanc apéritif wine, orange and lemon juice, Merlet triple sec and Peychauds bitters.
At Newcastle's Pleased To Meet You, the Pumpkin Martini is the perfect combination of sweet and savoury. It combines Russian Standard Vodka with Martini Rosso and Licor 43, shaken up with house-made roasted-pumpkin puree.
If you like your cocktails with a marmalade sandwich on the side - if you've ever considered such a thing - get down to The Fable in London's Farringdon. Paddington's Pisco Marmalade Fizz (£7.95) is inspired by the famous marmalade-loving bear, and contains Pisco ABA!, lemon, sugar, prosecco and two healthy dollops of marmalade.
For a cocktail with a weird and wonderful twist, try the Vietnamese-inspired Pho Money Pho Problems (£9.50) at London's Peg + Patriot. It combines Viet Spiced Vodka, distilled inhouse, with pak choi and lime ? all finished off with a lime leaf.