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Frosty Apple Cocktail #AppleWeek #Sponsored

 This post is sponsored in conjunction with #AppleWeek.
I received complimentary product from sponsor companies to aid in the creation of the #AppleWeek recipes.
All opinions are mine alone. This recipe is intended for readers over 21 years of age.

Okay, it's Friday! And for my Friday #AppleWeek post, I decided that I wanted to share a cocktail recipe. Fridays deserve celebratory libations, right?

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#AppleWeek Day Five Recipes

Frosty Apple Cocktail

This cocktail was inspired by event sponsor Torani's product, Green Apple Puremade Syrup.* Quick note: this Puremade Syrup from Torani is a brand-new product; it will be released to customers shortly. I love that Torani Puremade Syrups contain: no artificial preservatives; no artificial colors; no artificial flavors; and no GMOs! I decided to use it in a cocktail as I would any other simple syrup.

Loosely inspired by The Last Word Cocktail, and an apple cocktail recipe I found that used Chartreuse and apple syrup, I concocted this Frosty Apple Cocktail for you all.

Ingredients makes 2 cocktails
  • 1-1/2 ounces gin
  • 1-1/2 ounces Chartreuse
  • 1-1/2 ounces apple syrup (prefer Torani)
  • 1- 1/2 ounces freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • sparkling water
  • Also needed: ice, cocktail shaker

Procedure

Place all ingredients - except for the sparkling water - to a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake until chilled, approximately 30 to 45 seconds.


Strain into two glasses and add sparkling water to taste.


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Comments

  1. I feel like I need this drink in my life, happy hour or no happy hour!!! Sounds freaking fantastic!

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  2. It looks like a perfect way to cap off a Friday!

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  3. Great minds Cam and, of course, I went with Vodka and you went with Gin.

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