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lindag

Jim Beam Apple

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I was influenced by the ads for this I saw on TV and bought a fifth.

Big disappointment; it has an odd smell and I don't care for the taste.  Now I'm trying to find additives that will change the taste.

 

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I tried a sample...  Maybe look to see what other people have done with green Jolly Ranchers?

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1 oz Beam Apple

1 oz Fireball

1 oz Midori

1 oz Parfait Amour

 

Stir, strain, insulin-rinsed coupe. Garnish with said green Jolly Rancher.

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Okay, I find it beyond hilarious that there is a cocktail that tries to taste like a green apple jolly rancher candy. Jolly Ranchers are up there with the worst candy on earth. 

My dentist related a story about a fifteen year old boy, a patient of hers, who had an entire mouthful of rotten teeth that had to be replaced due solely to a Jolly Rancher habit. Le Chaim! Clearly I need to go do something else. But seriously, how is that drinkable? 

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I just poured myself a highball with the Jim Beam Apple...mixed it with about an ounce of Compari and filled the glass with soda. It's better...still not great, but at least drinkable.  And it's a prettycolor.


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