Apple Whiskey Cocktail –

Apples and whiskey go together like salt and pepper. And if you haven’t noticed, apples come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Each one has a different mix of nutrients that leaves you with a whole different spectrum of flavors. Combine that with whiskey, one of life’s most elegant flavor pairings, and you have a classic that you can enjoy any time of day.

Look, I love a great cocktail and I love whiskey, but I don’t love the fact that my favorite drink is kind of a girl’s drink (pink or otherwise).

Here’s a recipe for a fruity, sweet, summery Apple Whiskey Cocktail. It’s a drink for when you’re feeling a little hungry, or maybe just at that magical time between the end of the workday and the beginning of your evening out.

This couldn’t have come at a better time! I’m eager for autumn!


Apple-infused whiskey makes this cocktail super slurpable and perfect for fall! |

Of course, I used some for this very simple apple pie filling, but I wanted to make something with the rest of it that wasn’t just apple sauce.

To prepare apple cider, I ended up needing many apples. Who knew making homemade apple cider could be so simple… and delicious?!

The little quantity of additional sugar — a few tablespoons of maple syrup – is particularly impressive.

I’m hoping to come up with a few fall-inspired drinks that use apple cider as a mixer. I can’t wait to share them with you!

For this Cocktail with Apple Whiskey, I used a few of those apples to infuse whiskey.

I’m really enjoying it, and I hope you will as well!

Apple Whiskey Cocktail

Apple Whiskey Cocktail

Apple whiskey is a drink made with whiskey that has been infused with fresh apples. It takes 24 hours of preparation ahead of time, but it’s well worth it! Enjoy!


Whiskey with apple flavor

  • 2 cored and diced medium to large fresh apples
  • 2 cups bourbon


  • 2 oz. apple-infused bourbon
  • a half-ounce of sweet vermouth
  • a half-ounce of cherry liqueur
  • grenadine splash


You can offer this wonderful, handmade fall-inspired drink to your guests with just a little prior preparation. You may skip the grenadine and use maraschino cherry juice instead of the cherry liqueur.


Step 1
Begin preparing the apple-infused whiskey 24 hours ahead of time:

Fill a ziplock bag with diced apples.

Whiskey should be added. Allow 24 hours to infuse after sealing.

Step 2
To create one cocktail, follow these steps:

Half-fill the cocktail shaker with ice.

Combine apple-infused whiskey, vermouth, cherry liqueur, and grenadine in a mixing glass.

Shake vigorously until completely cold.

Pour into a cocktail glass filled with ice. Take a drink and relax!

Apple-infused whiskey makes this cocktail super slurpable and perfect for fall! |


This week, we’ve got a cocktail that utilizes the perfect fall ingredient: apples. The Apple Whiskey Cocktail, a fall cocktail that is perfect for your next fall party, combines whiskey with apple juice to create a unique flavor profile that will make you forget about the dog days of summer. Who doesn’t love a good apple martini? There are a number of different versions of this cocktail, but this one uses whiskey as the base spirit, apple juice as the sweeter spirit, and apple slices for the garnish.. Read more about green apple whiskey sour and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do you mix with Jack Daniels Apple?

I dont know what youre talking about.

What whiskey is good with apple cider?

Apple cider is a type of hard cider that is made by fermenting apples. It has a light, crisp taste and can be served on its own or with ice.

What alcohol goes best with apples?

Apple cider is the most popular choice for a drink to go with apples.

Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.