Fall in Minnesota during Covid hasn’t had the same loving feeling to it this year. We managed to have a few socially distant bonfire nights with drinks and friends at least and a cute doggo meetup for a rescue event.
You know how a season just inspires you to get out and do all the things? This year that just wasn’t there for me. No apple orchards, pumpkin spice in UGGS with a flannel on kind of days. But that’s okay, maybe next year.
I tried to bring in some Fall-ness into my life with this drink – hopefully it will do the trick for you too!
Who doesn’t love a good whiskey sour to give you that fuzzy, warm feeling? This drink is great at giving you all those notes of fall without the pressure of raking leaves.
First up, grab your ingredients. You can find the stupid-easy recipe for my Cinnamon Simple Syrup here.
Procure (I love that word):
- Whiskey of your choice
- Apple Cinnamon Simple Syrup
- Lemon juice
- Apple Cider
Grab some nice, big cubes from the freezer. I love these ice cube trays, they make any cocktail feel a bit more snazzy!
Combine all your ingredients, give it a little swirl of a stir and TADA. You have an Apple Cinnamon Whiskey Sour! This was probably the easiest thing you’ve done all day, congrats.
Stir up this drink whenever you need some Fall vibes in your life, I hope you enjoy!
Apple Cinnamon Whiskey Sour
Mix up this simple Apple Cinnamon Whiskey Sour. It combines whiskey, lemon, apple cider and cinnamon simple syrup for a cozy drink on a fall night. Can be served warm or cold!
- 3 ounces of Apple Cider
- 3 ounces of whiskey
- 1 ounce lemon juice
- 1 ounce Cinnamon Simple Syrup
- Apple slice for garnish
- Make Cinnamon Simple Syrup
- Combine all ingredients in glass over one large cube of ice
- Give it a quick stir
- Garnish with fresh apple slices or cinnamon sticks
Warming the cider and syrup would make for a great winter night warm up!
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Monday 14th of December 2020
This looks so good! I've never had a whiskey sour with apple, but I'm excited to try it!