Thursday, November 8, 2012


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Image Credit: KMONT


“To make these less sweet, omit the extra half ounce of sour apple pucker and apple juice. That’s usually how I’ve had them at most restaurants and bars, but I do like to sweeten them up a tad more. I love to make mine ahead of time and put it in the freezer till it gets a little slushy, about an hour. It tastes especially good when it’s that cold.” KMONT.


1 ounce vodka

1 ½ ounces DeKuyper Sour Apple Pucker

1 ½ ounces apple juice

2 cups of ice

Apple wedges for garnish (optional)


Fill a serving glass with ice and water (to chill the glass).

Fill a martini shaker with ice.

Measure out and pour in the vodka, sour apple pucker and juice and place in the shaker.

Tightly seal the lid on the shaker and with a kitchen towel wrapped around the top and bottom, 
shake in a quick motion over the shoulder (parallel to the floor – this makes you look like a 
bartender shaking to the bar music, it’s quite cool, so says Alton Brown) for about thirty 

Discard the ice water from serving glass and pour in the Appletinis.

Garnish with an apple wedge if desired (I rarely do, it delays the drink) and enjoy!

Make 1.

Enjoy this excellent recipe and many more at fullforkahead

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