Autumn Ember

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Complex, slightly sweet fall cocktail with apple brandy and bitters

Autumn Ember

AI Cocktail Info

Serving : 1 cocktail

ABV
22%*
Calories
180*
Net Carbs
10g*
AI Request:Create me a unique, complex, slightly-sweet cocktail with Laird's Bottled in Bond Apple Brandy, Campari, and uncle nearest barrel-aged apple bitters. using only a subset of the following ingredients sweet and sour mix cointreau sarsaparilla bitters licor 43 brandy velvet falernum habanero lime bitters cinnamon bourbon rye whiskey ginger beer banana hickory nut bitters blended scotch whisky brown sugar simple syrup lime juice fernet-branca cardamom bitters benedictine dom coffee cherry bitters worcestershi...
*Estimated by AI - may vary

Instructions

**Description:** The Autumn Ember is a complex, slightly sweet cocktail that evokes the crispness of fall with a warm, balanced blend of apple brandy, bitters, and a touch of spice. The drink merges the boldness of Laird's Bottled in Bond Apple Brandy with the bitter complexities of Campari, rounded out by the unique taste of Uncle Nearest Barrel-Aged Apple Bitters and a hint of sarsaparilla. A subtle sweetness from brown sugar simple syrup brings it all together, making it perfect for a cool, autumn evening. Serve in a rocks glass to keep it traditional yet sophisticated. **Ingredients:** - 1.5 oz Laird's Bottled in Bond Apple Brandy - 0.75 oz Campari - 0.5 oz Brown Sugar Simple Syrup - 2 dashes Uncle Nearest Barrel-Aged Apple Bitters - 1 dash Sarsaparilla Bitters - Garnish: Brandied Cherry and a thin apple slice **Instructions:** 1. Combine the apple brandy, Campari, brown sugar simple syrup, and both bitters in a mixing glass. 2. Fill the mixing glass with ice and stir until well-chilled. 3. Strain the mixture into a rocks glass filled with a large ice cube. 4. Garnish with a brandied cherry and a thin apple slice on the rim. Enjoy the multi-layered flavors as they warm your soul and celebrate the essence of autumn.

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