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Hot Apple Pie
Recipe excerpted from Shake, Stir, Pour by Katie Loeb
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The bitters would add a minuscule amount of alcohol to the drink and could be skipped as well, although the drink is less sweet and better balanced if they are included.
6 oz. hot apple cider or apple juice
1.5 oz. vanilla vodka
.75 oz. cinnamon syrup
.25 oz. lemon juice
dash orange bitters
Garnish: lemon rind studded with cloves, cinnamon stick
Add vanilla vodka, cinnamon syrup, lemon juice and bitters to a heat proof mug. Pour heated apple cider or juice over to mix. Garnish with clove studded lemon rind and a cinnamon stick stirrer.
The book is Shake, Stir, Pour: Fresh Homegrown Cocktails.
|Katie Loeb is a bartender, sommelier, creator of craft cocktails, and author of numerous articles and cocktail recipes, which have been published in Bon Apetít, The Los Angeles Times, Imbibe, Philadelphia Magazine, Inside, and Food & Wine Magazine cocktail books. She has consulted for numerous restaurant groups and spirit brands, providing cocktail recipes, beverage lists, and operations assistance. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.|