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Sour Apple-tini

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Sour Apple-tini
  • Prep Time 2 min
  • Total Time 5 min
  • Servings 1
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Sour Apple-tini

A cocktail that taste like a carmel apple lollipop! It has just a touch of of sourness and the right amount of sweetness. Super easy to whip up without any prepping!

Ingredients

3
ounces apple juice
2
ounces Sour Apple Pucker
1
red fruit gusher to garnish

Directions

  • 1 Rub the rim of the glass with a lime wedge. Then dip the glass into a plate of edible gold stars or glitter.
  • 2 In a cocktail shaker with ice, pour the apple juice and Sour Apple Pucker in and shake several times. Strain into the glittered rimmed martini glass.
  • 3 Drop in a red Fruit Gusher for a little luck.
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Sour Apple-tini - Pucker Up!

As prepared by Sugar and Charm,


Back in the day when I first started testing my luck with cocktails, I would use Puckers to add a little splash of flavor or color.


I always strive to make drinks that use super fresh ingredients, but if time is an issue and you donʼt have fresh fruit on hand, itʼs okay to take a few short cuts. Recently, I had a hankering to create an apple cocktail thatʼs extremely easy to make and doesnʼt take much prep time.

I also wanted it to be festive for St. Patrickʼs Day.

Sour Appletini Step One

I added Sour Apple Pucker and apple juice into a cocktail shaker and shook it with ice, so it was nice and chilled. It wasnʼt too strong and tasted similar to one of those caramel apple lollipops! To add a little dash of splash to the drink, I dropped in a Fruit Gusher!

 

Sour Apple-tini

You can also garnish the rim of the glass with edible gold glitter to add even more St. Pattyʼs Day charm.

 



 

Sugar and Charm shares her love for entertaining, baking and design on her own blog, sugarandcharm. Check her Tablespoon member profile for great new recipes!

 

Shaken or stirred? No matter. These martinis are just plain fun!



 

 

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