"Fall That Jazz | Crafted Pour"

"Jazz apples are easily my favorite apple: slightly tart, never too sweet, and have a wonderful texture. That’s exactly what I was going for in this unconventional sour, beefing up the fresh Jazz apple juice’s acidity with a decent amount of citric acid solution to convince it to act like lemon juice while still retaining it’s malic-y goodness. The choice of spirits is slightly less obvious, but still pulls you toward fall with the vanilla and spice notes from the whiskey and allowing the rounder Vago Elote shine through with a smoky, woodsy spice at the end. With seasonings from two of Luxardo’s contrasting offerings. The Amaro is on the medium side of bitter but brings really nice complexity in small doses with all the herbal and spice notes present elevated by the clove in the syrup. The Marischino brings in a touch of syrupy sweetness, the cherry flavor mingling with the Trinity bitters, which bridge the gap between the cherry and the vanilla from the bourbon. Apple is the forward flavor but all the supporting players come together to form a wonderful, complex autumn sipper.", "undefined", "Fall That Jazz",

"Ingredients"

Fall That Jazz By , Jazz apples are easily my favorite apple: slightly tart, never too sweet, and have a wonderful texture. That’s exactly what I was going for in this unconventional sour, beefing up the fresh Jazz apple juice’s acidity with a decent amount of citric acid solution to convince it to act like lemon juice while still retaining it’s malic-y goodness. The choice of spirits is slightly less obvious, but still pulls you toward fall with the vanilla and spice notes from the whiskey and allowing the rounder Vago Elote shine through with a smoky, woodsy spice at the end. With seasonings from two of Luxardo’s contrasting offerings. The Amaro is on the medium side of bitter but brings really nice complexity in small doses with all the herbal and spice notes present elevated by the clove in the syrup. The Marischino brings in a touch of syrupy sweetness, the cherry flavor mingling with the Trinity bitters, which bridge the gap between the cherry and the vanilla from the bourbon. Apple is the forward flavor but all the supporting players come together to form a wonderful, complex autumn sipper. Jazz apples are easily my favorite apple: slightly tart, never too sweet, and have a wonderful texture. That’s exactly what I was going for in this unconventional sour, beefing up the fresh Jazz apple juice’s acidity with a decent amount of citric acid solution to convince it to act like lemon juice while still retaining it’s malic-y goodness. The choice of spirits is slightly less obvious, but still pulls you toward fall with the vanilla and spice notes from the whiskey and allowing the rounder Vago Elote shine through with a smoky, woodsy spice at the end. With seasonings from two of Luxardo’s contrasting offerings. The Amaro is on the medium side of bitter but brings really nice complexity in small doses with all the herbal and spice notes present elevated by the clove in the syrup. The Marischino brings in a touch of syrupy sweetness, the cherry flavor mingling with the Trinity bitters, which bridge the gap between the cherry and the vanilla from the bourbon. Apple is the forward flavor but all the supporting players come together to form a wonderful, complex autumn sipper. Ingredients: - Bourbon Elijah Craig - Mezcal Vago Elote Instructions: Add all ingredients to a shaker tin with ice. Shake well and double strain into a coupe glass Originals,Refreshing,Seasonal,Apple