Fallen Apple

Fallen Apple
Recipe from lcbo.com

This drink is seriously addictive. It is both refreshing and sweet. One taste and you'll be wanting to have this all the time. Enjoy!

Serves: 2

Ingredients:
Ice
2 oz apple Vodka (or regular vodka)
1 oz Southern Comfort (a spiced bourbon whiskey)
Apple juice
Green apple slices for garnish
Cinnamon sticks for garnish

Directions:

1. Fill two tall glasses with ice. Add 1 oz apple vodka and ½ oz Southern Comfort to each glass.

2. Top with apple juice. Garnish with green apple slices and a cinnamon stick.

30 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

it sure looks delicious!

cheers,

Rosa

Priya said...

Looks amazing...lovely presentation..

Núria said...

It does look refreshing and beautiful, Dragon! Great for a hot summer night :D

Donna-FFW said...

Thank you.. these will be my drinks of choice this weekend..oh yes!

Hyperion said...

Those are such amazing pictures. I am amazed you managed to create them.

Good job, you!

5 Star Foodie said...

What a neat drink! I'll definitely have to give it a try!

mesa para 4 said...

This looks so great, so sorry I don´t know what souther comfort is, but the looks is all that great...abraço

Amanda said...

That sounds faaaaaabulous! Beautiful photo, too.

Fearless Kitchen said...

I like this. The photo makes it even more appetizing, but I really like this.

giz said...

Thanks for dropping in to our humble blog. Southern Comfort - save me - I have very vivid memories of a week's down time because of an interest (let's just call it that) in Southern Comfort.

Bunny said...

Oh I like this! I've never seen a drink like this before, it's so pretty!

Passionate About Baking said...

Refreshing & good looking drink Paula...Wow!! Love the floats!!

Jamie said...

Oooh looks so delicious that it could be dangerous! Cheers!

finsmom said...

What a yummy and refreshing drink! And it looks so pretty! I wil bookmark this for sure!

Sara said...

This looks great, I just bought a big bottle of gala apple juice. Love the presentation too!

mesa para 4 said...

Thank you dragon :-D abraço

Piee said...

The drink looks like heaven! I love apples and I recently finished off a barcadi apple rum. That was good, but I'm sure your creation is TONS better!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Thanks for your kind comment...

Cheers,

Rosa

Andrea said...

You know, I'm normally not all that tempted by drinks, but that picture is so beautiful and it looks so refreshing! I might give this a try next weekend.

gaga said...

This is a great cocktail! I love it when drinks incorporate actual fruit into them.

pinkstripes said...

Fallen Apple sounds like an amazing drink. I'm so going to make it next weekend.

Lo said...

ooooh... it's very bad when something like this becomes addictive :) That said, this looks positively delicious. And I'll be sure to try it sometime.

Tim said...

This reminds me of a great cocktail they make at one of the local bars. It's called an Apple Crumble and mixes apple schnapps, cinnamon liqueur, and soda water.

For every one of these girly cocktails I need to order at least a few cold beers to avoid ridicule, so I rarely leave that bar completely intact :)

Anita said...

It looks great and I love the addition of the cinnamon for a garnish.

Ozge said...

I'll have one! Looks so refreshing. By the way, I love the food you feature on your blog... guess what! You've got a new follower through Google Friend connect ;)

Spirited Miu Flavor
http://spiritedmiuflavor.blogspot.com

Savory Tv said...

Great timing! I was just searching for creative cocktail recipes and this looks perfect. Cheers!

Carrie said...

This is one of the best sounding drinks I've seen. Granny smith apples are my absolute favorite, and my husband drinks apple cider every morning with breakfast, so we always have some around. Do you think it's as good with just regular vodka, or would you opt to buy the apple kind?

Dragon said...

Carrie: I love the apple vodka but it will be just as good with the regular vodka. :)

Elle said...

You've just ruined my day, because it won't be complete without one of these. And I don't have the stuff to make one. Phooey!

Kate said...

I have a bottle of coconut vodka at the house. Do any of you have any ideas for turning it into a fun and tasty cocktail? I'm stumped.

 
Dragon's Kitchen - Copyright 2007-2010