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Welcome back. Thanks for joining us. The drink that were’ going to show you now is called a Washington Apple. And the reason why they call it a Washington apple is because it has an apple flavor. Does it? I don’t know. You’ll have to try it. I’ve never tried it, but a lot of people tell me they really enjoy it.
So what we’re going to do is we’re going to pre-chill the drink so we want to use our small rock glass and we want to chill our small rock glass. We’re going to put ice in there so it chills down while we’re making our drink and we’re going to shake this drink to chill it down and get the flavor consistent.
So we’re going to use our mixing glass, place ice in there. And then what we’re going to use is a three quarters of an ounce of whiskey. Here, I’m pouring Seagram 7, Seven crown, very popular whiskey. It’s very good, three quarters of an ounce. And then what I’m going to be using is three quarters of an ounce of deKuyper apple pucker, apple pucker, apple schnapps, it’s the same thing, sour apple flavor, sweetened and alcoholic, three quarters of an ounce. That’s going to give our apple flavor, just a little, just a touch of cranberry juice, not too much. Now we’re going to have to shake our drink. We want our flavor to be consistent so we want to be sure that we give it a good shake and we also want to chill it down. Temper ice out of our small rock glass, now the glass is nice and cold and pour it right in there. There we go, Washington apple, whiskey apple taste. Enjoy it. Thanks for joining us.