This brightly colored caramel apple cocktail screams fall! It's sweet, packs a punch, and looks great in a glass, what more could you ask for?
This post was sponsored on behalf of Alizé via One2One Network. All opinions stated are my own.
Caramel Apple Cocktail
I've been dabbling in making cocktails recently. I've always had such an interest in it and lord knows I have enough alcohol on hand to do so. I could hang at the bar just to watch bartenders make cocktails. It's interesting.
I REALLY like using booze in desserts, but you may already know that. My family still won't let me live down a certain rum cake that was made even before I was a blogger. It tasted like a I used a bottle of rum in it, but the pecans that were supposed to be on top were scrumptious. Maybe I can make a recipe for rum soaked pecans or something. I sort of really like that idea.
I've grown incredibly fond of this Alizé premium French Vodka. It's supreme freshness, exotic ingredients and superior mixability make Alizé the best in its class. Plus the beautiful colors that it comes in are superb.
When I was first brainstorming this caramel apple cocktail, I wasn't sure how well it was going to work. I knew I wanted to use apple juice, a lemon lime soda, and a caramel vodka. Well the apple juice tends to be a golden/brownish color, but surprisingly it didn't leave the drink with an ugly brown hue. Woop woop!
I'm thinking of attempting an apple cranberry cocktail for Christmas. It would be neat to have a red and green layer. I know it has to do with the sugar content, but chances are I'll just mix it together. Like I said before, I've just started dipping into the world of mixology.
How to make a caramel apple cocktail
Caramel Apple Cocktail
- 2 oz. Alizé Apple Vodka
- ½ oz. caramel vodka
- 4 oz. apple juice
- 4 oz. lemon lime soda
- 2 apple slices for garnish
- Add apple and caramel vodka, apple juice, lemon lime soda, and ice to a cocktail shaker and shake, then pour into the glass.
- Garnish with apple slices.
(Nutrition facts are an estimate and not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietitian for special diet advice.)
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