Apple Pie Cocktail

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I’m pretty excited about today’s cocktail because APPLE PIE IS POSSIBLY THE BEST THING EVER!  And a cocktail that tastes like apple pie?!  GENIUS.  So, you’re going to read the ingredient list and be all- ok Sarah, there’s no apples in this, maybe it’s time to lay OFF the cocktails.  And maybe you’re right, I can’t say for sure.  But either way I know these cocktails will go down as one of life’s great mysteries, but in the best possible way.  Hope you love!  xx- Sarah  {This post was produced in collaboration with Sarah Dickenson}

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Apple Pie Cocktail

Yield: 1 cocktail

Apple Pie Cocktail

Ingredients

  • 1.5 ounces Disaronno
  • 3-4 lemon wedges
  • cranberry juice
  • sugar
  • cinnamon
  • simple syrup

Instructions

  • Make cinnamon sugar for the rim by combining equal parts sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl. Cover a small plate with simple syrup, dip glasses in simple syrup and then into cinnamon sugar.
  • In a shaker muddle lemon wedges and Disaronno.
  • Fill with ice and shake for 10 seconds.
  • Pour contents of shaker into glass.
  • Top with ice and a splash of cranberry juice.
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  1. Jane|

    Hmmm, I’m beginning to think it’s time to change your name to a Bar In the Hills. Ha ha only kidding! I always enjoy and look forward to the beautiful posts you share. Everything has great style and looks delicious. Thanks for all of it!

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  2. Rachel from Rose Tinted Home|

    Mmmmmmm just in time for Thanksgiving! I was looking for a few festive cocktail options for our Friendsgiving this weekend and I think this might just make the list! I’m also loving a cranberry ginger beer gin cocktail I found while dining out last week.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    xo Rachel

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  3. Laurie|

    . . . just as Blueberry Tea has no blueberries in it! I’m going to try this, as well. Everyone buys candles scented with apples and cinnamon at this time of year — I shall be able to do more than just drink in that same aroma, now! The photos are so inviting. A beautifully designed site; glad I found by way of Pinterest.

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