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Washington Apple Shot – A Beautiful Mess


Let’s learn how to make a Washington apple shot. This recipe tastes like fresh and crunchy apples. It’s one of the most delicious recipes I’ve ever tried. It’s a miniature version of the Washington Apple cocktail (we’ll teach you how to make a full-sized cocktail, too).

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Ingredients in Washington Apple Shot

  • Canadian whisky – I used Crown Royal.
  • Candied apple tart – (also called sour apple crinkle or sour apple cider) gives your drink lots of apple flavor.
  • Cranberry juice – It makes the drink red. Chilled juice is best.
  • Club soda -Just a spritz at the end for a little sparkle.

I used my favorite Decorative shot glasses To serve this drink.

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In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine the Canadian whiskey, apple liqueur and cranberry juice.

Shake for 10-15 seconds.

Pour into a glass and top with a splash of club soda. Cheers!

How to Make a Washington Apple Cocktail

To turn this recipe into a drinkable cocktail, simply double the recipe and serve it in a martini glass instead of a shot glass. This recipe is very delicious, and I think it works great as a full-sized cocktail.

Tips for making

  • An iced glass makes any shot more magical, as does a sugared rim.
  • If you don’t have Canadian whiskey on hand, you can substitute it with a different type of whisky.
  • If you don’t enjoy the sour side of an apple tart, you can substitute it with a sweeter apple liqueur or apple-flavored brandy.
  • I love the tartness and color that cranberry juice adds, but if you use apple juice instead, you can make a green apple shot.
  • Garnish with an apple slice if you like.

Join Apple’s shot in Washington

Washington State is home to some of the most beautiful apple orchards in the United States. In the late 1980s, an insect destroyed most of Washington state’s apple orchards. A man named Christophe Guicogan had the idea of ​​distilling ruined apples and turning them into an apple liqueur. He mixed the resulting liqueur with his favorite drink, Canadian whiskey and cranberry juice, and the Washington Apple Cocktail (and shot) was born!

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Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between Washington apple drink and Schott drink?

There is no difference between the two recipes. Simply double the Washington Apple Shot recipe and serve in a martini glass to make a Washington Apple Shot.

Why is it called the Washington Apple shot?

In the 1980s, an insect destroyed most of Washington state’s apple orchards. A man named Christophe Guicogan had the idea of ​​distilling ruined apples and turning them into an apple liqueur. He mixed the resulting liqueur with his favorite drink, Canadian whiskey and cranberry juice, and the Washington Apple Cocktail (and shot) was born!

Can you batch this recipe ahead of time?

Yes, you can mix the recipe in advance and store it in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Just be sure to add a little club soda when serving.

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directions

  • In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine the Canadian whiskey, apple liqueur and cranberry juice.

  • Shake for 10-15 seconds.

  • Pour into a glass and top with a splash of club soda. Cheers!

Notes

  • If you don’t have Canadian whiskey on hand, you can substitute another whisky.
  • If you don’t enjoy the sour side of an apple tart, you can substitute it with a sweeter apple liqueur or apple-flavored brandy.
  • I love the tartness and color that cranberry juice adds, but if you use apple juice instead, you can make a green apple shot.

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Nutritional facts

Washington Appleshot

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*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Note: Nutrition is automatically calculated using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where appropriate, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.



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