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#1 _Amber_*

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Posted 22 January 1999 - 07:52 PM

I recently purchased some Sour Apple Schnapps, and am in need of recipes to use.. I searched the database, but only was able to come up with a few drinks.. Would love to drink this with no mix, but it is way too SOUR.. Please e-mail me with suggestions.. we will try anything once!!Thank you,
Amber

#2 _Bryan_*

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Posted 22 January 1999 - 10:21 AM

What about trying some recipies that call for sour mix and substituting the Sour Apple Schnapps? I would acutally be intrested in experimenting with it and making a variation on a Long Island. I don't know how it would turn out but with a little fiddling I think it might not be too bad. Good luck and let me know what you end up with.> I recently purchased
> some Sour Apple Schnapps,
> and am in need of recipes
> to use.. I searched the database,
> but only was able to come
> up with a few drinks.. Would
> love to drink this with no
> mix, but it is way too SOUR..
> Please e-mail me with suggestions..
> we will try anything once!!
>> Thank you,
> Amber
>

#3 _Shred_*

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Posted 23 January 1999 - 07:23 PM

> I recently purchased
> some Sour Apple Schnapps,
> and am in need of recipes
> to use.. I searched the database,
> but only was able to come
> up with a few drinks.. Would
> love to drink this with no
> mix, but it is way too SOUR..
> Please e-mail me with suggestions..
> we will try anything once!!
>> Thank you,
> Amber
>We make a drink where I work called an Appletini.1 oz. Cristal (or any Vodka)
2 oz. Sour Apple "Pucker" Schnapps
dash of Sweet and Sour
shake and strain in martini glassNow bear in mind we make our martinis in 8 oz glasses, for a standard size martini glass you should cut the proportions in half. This is our most popular martini. Enjoy!Shred