Apple Spice Holiday Cocktail

Let me just say, we had 0 fall in Montana. Fall for us lasted all of 3 days and then it snowed for a week and was below -8°F…which was rough for October.

I have found myself as I get older moving away from straight apple cider and finding ways to spice up my fall apple drinks. When I was recipe testing for this cocktail, I tried multiple variations of spice levels and landed on the recipe below. I felt that this level of spice, was perfect to carry fall into the holidays for November and December.

This recipe is bright from the apples, subtly gingery from the kombucha and spicy from the cinnamon. Truly a balance on the palate that gives you life in the holiday months!

Let’s start mixing!

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Apple Spice Holiday Cocktail

  • Author: Paige
  • Prep Time: 7
  • Total Time: 7
  • Yield: 4

Description

sweet, spicy and full of holiday flavor — this apple spice holiday cocktail is my go to party favorite!


Ingredients

  • 4 oz of vodka

  • 1 tsp of cinnamon

  • 8 slices of fresh apple

  • 1 handful of ice

  • 6oz of fresh apple juice

  • 5 oz of Holiday Cheers Health-Ade kombucha


Instructions

 

  1. In a shaker add your cinnamon, apple slices, ice, apple juice and kombucha

  2. Shake your shaker for about 1 minute until all mixed together

  3. Make sure you don’t put your shaker lid on too tight and shake your shaker vertically to ensure the bubbles don’t build too much pressure

  4. Pour with a strainer into 4 coupe or old fashioned glasses and enjoy with a garnish of apple

  5. Drink responsibly!


Keywords: apple spice holiday cocktail

With all the holiday parties coming up this season, you can make a big pitcher of these goodies by tripling the recipe above and leaving it in a beautiful serving pitcher or bowl.

Tag me if you make it for your friends and family and always enjoy responsibly!

This post was sponsored by Health-Ade Kombucha, but the recipe, images and opinions are my own!

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