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Winter Cocktail Recipes

It’s easy to enjoy Probably Shouldn’t brandy in the winter! The liquor’s head warming qualities are a simple (and fun) way to chop some dollars off your heating bill. We’ve spent some of these cold nights mixing up a series of cocktails to celebrate the season. We hope you enjoy.

Send us any of you own recipes and we may feature them in our blog.


Blueberry Tea

1/2 oz Probably Shouldn’t Blueberry Pie Liqueur

1/2 oz Amaretto

3/4 oz Grand Marnier

4 oz Early Grey Tea

Pour first three ingredients into a warmed glass. Top with tea. Garnish with an orange wheel and cinnamon stick.

Norman Mule

1 1/2 oz Probably Shouldn’t Apple Brandy

Lemon or Lime Wedge

A Dash of Angostura Bitters

6 oz Ginger Beer (or Ginger Ale)

Fill mug with ice. Add Probably Shouldn’t Apple Brandy, lemon, and top with ginger beer. Stir and serve.

Apple Old Fashioned

1 1/2 oz Probably Shouldn’t Apple Brandy

1 tsp Maple Syrup

3 Dashes of Angostura Bitters

Splash of Water

Orange or Green Apple Wedge

In an old fashioned glass, stir together the maple syrup and bitters. Add ice, then add the Probably Shouldn’t Apple Brandy with a splash of water. Stir well and garnish with an orange wedge or green apple wedge.

Spike Hot Apple Cider

Probably Shouldn’t Apple Brandy

4 Cups Apple Cider

1 Cinnamon Stick

1 Orange Round

3 Whole Cloves

1 Star Anise

On the stovetop, bring cider, orange and spices to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and strain into a pitcher. To make one drink, mix 2 oz Probably Shouldn’t Apple Brandy with 6 oz cider mix.


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