Scottish Autumn

(Courtesy Caorunn Gin)
  • Base Spirit Gin
  • Preparation Punch
  • Flavor Fruity
  • Served Up

Here’s another original that the folks over at Caorunn cooked up to highlight the surprisingly satisfying pairing of apple and juniper flavors. The Scottish Autumn is an aptly named punch which is akin to a much more refreshing version of hard cider.

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Scottish Autumn
20 Servings, 20 Minutes Prep
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Instructions
  1. Add ingredients directly into a punch bowl.
  2. Add lots of ice and stir to chill and dilute approximately 10 minutes before serving.
  3. Ladle out into glasses.
  4. Garnish with floating lemon wheels and apple slices inside the punch bowl. Into each glass, one apple slice.
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