In Poland, Bison Grass vodka and apple juice are a classic combo, here also with an additional splash of Polish honey liqueur. Adjust the quantity of
Sweet and sour with rich apple flavours and a brandy backbone.
Apple, vanilla and a hint of Scotch and cinnamon- reminiscent of the dessert but a good deal drier.
Hints of apple and liquorice combine to make a very moreish cocktail.
An easy-drinking, fruity cocktail with grassy hints courtesy of bison vodka.
Serve with breakfast cereal and you'll be set up for the day. The high fresh banana content means this drink will quickly turn brown if left. This can
I used to make this cocktail with reposado tequila, but it's cleaner and better with blanco tequila. Either way, cassis and apple juice mellow tequila.
Golden honey in colour and also in flavour. An unusual and great tasting Champagne cocktail.
This orchard-fresh concoction was originally made with Korte Palinka (Hungarian pear schnapps).
Sweet 'n' sour, fruity, minty and fresh.
Scotch and honeyed spice with a hint of apple and elderflower plus a touch of zest lemon freshness.
This delicate drink demands freshly pressed apple juice and flavoursome Scotch with subtle peat.
A flavoursome Daiquiri featuring honey, apple and mint.
Pear, apple, vanilla and whiskey are partners in this richly flavoured drink.
A seriously tasty, strong, long drink. The name is a reversal of the London rhyming slang 'apples and pears' (stairs).
This bittersweet palate cleanser looks like pink grapefruit juice.
Superbly refreshing, mint and lime served long.
Wonderful balance of flavours but pear predominates with a dry yet floral finish.
Dry sherry, chocolate and almond add subtle nuances to a base of cachaça and apple juice.
It's common to pair Scotch whisky with apple, and Bison Grass vodka with apple juice, but combining these three with acidic wine and rich honey adds sweet
In London's cockney rhyming slang 'apples and pears' means stairs. Thus this tasty cocktail is appropriately named.
Richly flavoured, almost like molasses.
Originally based on vodka but seemed a shame not to try it as a Daiquiri.
Honeyed herbal whisky liqueur with an apple brandy base, freshened with lemon juice and given a wisp of smokiness by a splash of Islay malt.
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