It’s about figgin thyme for a cocktail. A fig and thyme cocktail, that is.

I go wild when I see figs at the grocery store. There’s something so magical about them. Their shape, their colors, and their texture. They’re one of the only ingredients I will get every single time regardless of if I have a use for them or not. 

It's about figgin thyme for a cocktail! This fig and thyme cocktail is festive, bright, and perfect for your next get together!

So seeing as figs are around right now, I just HAD to make a fig cocktail. Figs are weirdly fall-ish, making them perfect for an autumnal cocktail. But just because it’s autumnal doesn’t mean it has to be all orange and maroon.

This cocktail has all the flavors of fall- herbacious thyme, tart hard cider, and warm figgies- in a gorgeous coral pink presentation.

It's about figgin thyme for a cocktail! This fig and thyme cocktail is festive, bright, and perfect for your next get together!

I’m a firm believer that cocktails are drinks that anyone can make at home. You don’t need five different aperitifs, two bitters, and smoked salt to make a delicious and dynamic cocktail. You just need ingredients that blend together in a way that compliments each other well.

So this Fig and Thyme cocktail is made entirely with things you can get at any store- figs, lemons, thyme, and hard cider.

Of course the low key star in this cocktail is Absolut Elyx, a copper distilled vodka. I say low key because it’s so crisp and clean, it blends into any flavor profile.

It's about figgin thyme for a cocktail! This fig and thyme cocktail is festive, bright, and perfect for your next get together!

If you’re looking for a delicious, easy, and stunning cocktail for the holidays, this cocktail is hard to beat.

Hope all you peeps have a wonderful Thanksgiving this Thursday. It’s my absolute favorite holiday in the whole wide world. Eat as much as you POSSIBLY CAN!!!! <3


It's About Figgin' Thyme {Fig and Thyme Cocktail}


    for the thyme simple syrup

    • 1/2 cup sugar
    • 1/2 cup water
    • 1 large bunch fresh thyme leaves (leave out a few for garnish)

    for one cocktail

    • 2 fresh figs
    • 3/4 oz fresh lemon juice
    • 3/4 oz thyme syrup
    • 1.5 oz Absolut Elyx vodka
    • 1.5 oz hard cider


    In a small saucepan over low heat, simmer the sugar, water, and thyme leaves for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and allow to sit for at least 10 more minutes so the thyme infuses into the syrup.
    To make the cocktail, muddle figs and lemon juice into a cocktail shaker. Add in a generous scoop of ice, along with lemon juice, 3/4 oz of the thyme syrup, and vodka. Shake until well chilled, then strain into a coupe glass. Top with 1.5 oz hard cider (or to the brim of the glass). Garnish with a slice of fig and a sprig of thyme!


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    So amazingly creative and yummy!


    These are GORGEOUS!


    All I’ve got to say is….BEST. RECIPE. TITLE. EVER!!! Haha, this is so great, Sarah!


    That colour is STUNNING!! and I love the name ha ha, beautiful work sarah!


    This looks so magical!!


    Loving this fig cocktail! Gorgeous for the holidays!


    These are stunning and lol, that’s going to be my go-to phrase now whenever I need a drink!


    I love it! So colorful and I’m sure it’s delicious. Will give it a try soon ♥


    You win for prettiest cocktail ever!


    Is the greenery pictured just some prop? It is certainly not ‘thyme.’

    Sarah | Broma Bakery

    Yes, that’s just a prop!


    this combo is so lovely! I go wild for figs too, and in a cocktail? GENIUS! in loooooove


    love this, figs, yes it is about thyme too, creative ingredient bonus, thank you for this!


    These photos are unreal – such a gorgeous cocktail!

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