Appleberry Pie Cocktail
If you're a lover of berries, this is the cocktail for you. It combines raspberries, blueberries and blackberries for a fruity combination.
By: Stephen Phillips
2-1/2 oz. cognac (ask your liquor store for a good one)
2-1/2 oz. apple juice
1/2 oz. simple syrup
5 red grapes
3 blueberries and 2 raspberries (garnish)
- Muddle all of the fruit in a glass cocktail shaker.
- Add ice.
- Add cognac and apple juice.
- Shake and strain over fresh ice in a large wine goblet.
- Garnish with a mix of blueberries and raspberries.
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