3 Ingredient Cocktails
Rich apricot and apple with a backbone of botanical gin. Balanced rather than dry or sweet. This drink looks better when stirred but the Harry Craddock's
A splash of apple liqueur helps balance this otherwise overly sour calvados-based Sidecar.
Dry, spiced wine impregnated with apple - pretty damn good.
Apple is somewhat dominated by orange but a pleasing dry zesty fruity combo nonetheless.
Cider Apple Cooler
Not so far away from the taste of strong dry cider.
Fruity yet tart. Apple brandy and grapefruit with the distinctive twang of Swedish Punch.
Apricot fortified by gin and apple brandy. Craddock's 1930 recipe calls for this cocktail to be shaken rather than stirred, indeed it's a cocktail that
Smooth 'n' easy pineapple laced with apple brandy. If you like this then you may also like French Martinis
Maple syrup smooths apple brandy, even as it enhances its character.
Due to the use of Calvados this drink was going to be called 'FRENCH NAIL CARE' but thankfully this led to the name 'Manicure'.
Apple, cranberry and orange.
Princess Mary's Pride
Apple brandy to the fore, followed by aromatised wine.
Vic's improved version of the Princess Mary's Pride cocktail.
Brewed and distilled apple combine in this long dry (depending on your cider), very lightly carbonated highball.
Like many old classics, this drink needs dilution so stir until you're bored and thirsty.
Herbal with hints of apple, mint and eucalyptus. This classic is also often made with green Chartreuse but we prefer as per classic recipes with half Yellow
The flavour of Chartreuse shines through in this slightly sweet, spirituous cocktail. Historically served straight-up but we prefer on-the-rocks in an