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October 19, 2020
Yesterday when I went to work it was 18 degrees. 18 degrees! The automatic start feature on my car might have single-handedly saved my life when I left the house that morning at 6:20am. All I could think about all day was getting home to my loving fiancé, cutie pie puppies, a beautiful home-cooked meal, and a delicious cocktail to warm me up from the inside! These apple lavender pisco sours will do just that on chilly days for you too!
By now, we all know how much I love pisco sours. I mean, for real: pisco is definitely my go to liquor right now, mainly because I had never had it before last year! It has such a unique flavor profile and makes for some pretty fancy-tasting cocktails. Here I have paired it with hearty apples in the form of apple cider and apple slices for garnish. A floral note is added with the lavender simple syrup, which perfectly plays off the apple’s fruitiness.
Now it’s your turn: what is your favorite fresh cocktail to warm you up at the end of a long cold work day? Let me know by commenting below!
Be sure to check out my ultimate guide to making simple syrup!
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