A splash of apple liqueur helps balance this otherwise overly sour calvados-based Sidecar.
Rusty gold in colour, this is a flavoursome threesome for bourbon lovers.
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.
Sweet 'n' sour, fruity, minty and fresh.
A combination of adult flavours in a long, thirst-quenching drink. Also good served straight-up.
This berry and apple pie has a tangy bite.
A John Collins with lime in place of lemon and sweetened with apple and elderflower liqueurs.
Exactly as billed, a Manhattan with a hint of apple.
There are as many different recipes for this drink as there are varieties of apple and brands of apple liqueur: this one was popular in the UK during the
An enduring classic given a touch of apple. Those with a sweet tooth may want to add more apple liqueur or even a dash of sugar syrup.
Sweet, fruity champagne.
A fragrant cocktail with a dry finish. As the name suggests, also works well with Zubrowka Bison vodka in place of gin.
As the name suggests, rich cider flavours with a sharp finish.
Fennel and pastis freshen and delicately flavour Scotch with the merest hint of apple. Best made by infusing the fennel with the scotch whisky for a week
A hint of chilli heat adds interest to an Apple Margarita, creating a full flavoured contemporary classic.
Apple, rum and cinnamon were made for each other.
Chartreuse combines well with apple, ginger and mint in this summertime drink.
A subtly apple influenced Sweet Manhattan from the Big Apple.
Wonderfully refreshing: apple and anise served up on a grassy vodka base.
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