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Apple Jack (by Sasha Petraske) image

Apple Jack (by Sasha Petraske)

Sweet and sour with rich apple flavours and a brandy backbone.

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Jersey Sour

Apple brandy is possibly the best spirit on which to base a sour.

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American Trilogy

To adhere to the original recipe, you should smash a sugar cube and then painstakingly stir this with bitters into a paste. Life is just too short to faff

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Harvest Moon (1930s recipe)

Described as being an applejack sour with orgeat, we've adapted the recipe to use commercially available orgeat. If using a more artisan orgeat then you

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Pink Lady

A generous measure of gin and high proof applejack provide spirituous spice which, along with lemon juice sourness, ensures that although pink this cocktail

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Vitamin C Cobbler

Orange juice is only the second biggest ingredient to sherry so perhaps not as good for you as the name might suggest. However, this is darn sight tastier

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A Moment of Silence

With a whopping 15ml of bitters on top of 15ml amaro (Italian for bitter) and a punchy 45ml high proof rye, this cocktail perhaps would have been better

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Applejack Rabbit

Apple brandy sweetened by maple syrup, soured by lemon and lengthened with orange.

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Saison Highball

Brewed and distilled apple combine in this long dry (depending on your cider), very lightly carbonated highball.

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Soixante-Quinze (Washington Herald 1915 recipe)

This 1915 recipe, originally of equal parts gin, applejack and grenadine (1/3 of each to 1/6 lemon juice) makes this Seventy-Five a tad on the sweet side

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Washington's Applejack Mule

Take a Moscow Mule and make with apple brandy in place of vodka and you've a Washington's Applejack Mule. Tasty – arguably tastier than a Moscow Mule.

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Circus Ring

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My first cocktail creation. After realizing dry sherry and St. Germain pair well together, I decided to turn them into something bigger.

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Lady Laird

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From Laird & Company's own recipe suggestions

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Michael Carper's Pink Lady

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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain back into shaker. DRY SHAKE (without ice) and fine strain into chilled glass.

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Moon Baboon

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Measure ginger beer to taste. Use a strong, strong ginger beer, like Cock & Bull.

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Sideways in Reverse

Created at Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co, Philadelphia, USA.

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Spiced Old Fashioned

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Like a regular OF

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White apple negroni

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Floral, bittersweet, very slight smokiness and, of course, apple