4 Delicious Crown Royal Regal Apple Cocktail Recipes
Written by Keg N Bottle
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Crown Royal’s Regal Apple Whiskey is a serious treat for the senses; it bursts with a bold, sweet green apple flavor that manages to stand out without being overpowering. To create this unique whiskey blend, Crown Royal hand-selected a whiskey to feature and infused it with Regal Gala Apples. The result is a delicious Canadian whisky balanced with notes of crisp apple flavor. Pro-tip: if you’re looking for more flavorful, fruity whiskey, give Crown Royal Peach a try. It’s sweet, juicy, flavorful, and delicious – and a limited edition, so get it while you can!
The Crown Apple Fizz is a delicious summer whiskey cocktail, made with a flavorful combination of pineapple, lemon, and of course, Crown Royal Regal Apple.
1.5 oz. Crown Royal Regal Apple
.75 oz. lemon juice
0.5 oz. pineapple gum syrup
2 dashes aromatic bitters
2 oz. soda water (to top)
Directions: Glassware: Highball Glass
Add all ingredients to a shaker filled with ice.
Strain in a highball glass
Top with club soda
2. Billion Dollar Apple Cocktail Recipe
Add some Crown Royal Regal Apple to some cognac, vermouth, grenadine, and cranberry juice, and you’ve got yourself a Billion Dollar Apple! This light, refreshing cocktail is a perfect spring or summer drink and can make a great punchbowl to serve at larger parties.
Whiskey is the alcohol of choice for a mint julep! This version changes the traditional flavors of a julep to apples and fragrant rosemary for a uniquely refreshing and delicious beverage. Perfect for summertime!
In an old-fashioned glass (for a stronger drink) or a collins glass (for a weaker drink), combine the sugar and rosemary leaves. Muddle them.
Add the Crown Royal and ice. Fill to the top with water.
Garnish with apple slices and rosemary sprigs.
4. Apple Pie å la Mode Cocktail Recipe
This sweet and spicy drink is packed with smooth apple and cinnamon flavors. It’s a great after-dinner drink (it tastes more like dessert) and is easy to whip up for an evening cocktail party. It’s a bit reminiscent of the fall apple harvest, but it’s great any time of year!