Our Favorite Apple Drinks (So Far)

The foliage isn’t ever that grand down in these parts. But hey the apples are lip-smacking and since the temperatures are still in the 80s we need refreshment suited to the season. That’s why we love these apple drinks. (We’re not ready for hot apple drinks try this or this.)

Apple Cider (unfermented)

Look the photo is even the same as the other recipe

Look the photo is even the same as the other recipe

Caramel Appletini

Make sure you get real apple cider

Make sure you get real apple cider

Apple Fizzies

Or use apple juice and club soda

Or use apple juice and club soda

Sparkling Ciders

Katherine thought I was outside raking leaves

Katherine thought I was outside raking leaves

Cider Punch

It's harvest time!

It’s harvest time!

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About Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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3 Responses to Our Favorite Apple Drinks (So Far)

  1. laurasmess says:

    What a great round up of apple drink recipes. I was just feeling like mulled wine or hot apple cider yesterday (it is FREEZING here in Scotland at the moment) and you’ve solidified the idea! The caramel appletini looks delish.

  2. Eva Taylor says:

    What is it with you guys? Whenever JT goes AWOL, I know he’s having a beer with the neighbour!
    Apple everything is perfect this time of year.

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