Sage syrup cider cocktail

Sage syrup cider cocktail: an autumnal drink

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Delicious Happen has been a real food-food blog for years. I actually only made recipes that you could chew. But nowadays I also have a lot of fun making tasty drinks. Which of course falls in the "food spectrum" only you drink it and you don't have to chew it! This sage syrup cider cocktail also contains a homemade syrup. These are often the seasonings of your cocktail and therefore very easy to make yourself. Buy a few glass bottles and keep your various syrups in the fridge, they will last for weeks. We season the syrup with fresh sage and a stick of cinnamon.

Sage syrup cider cocktail

Sage syrup cider cocktail

Apart from making the syrup for this sage syrup cider cocktail, it's on the table in no time. If you are having a party, make a cocktail table with various glasses and ingredients. Let your guests do their own thing, or stand by yourself as a real cocktail shaker! You can choose some cocktails from my site and print out the recipe card and put it on the side.

Sage syrup cider cocktail

Fruits like apples and pears turn brown pretty quickly once you cut them. It is best to put a little lemon juice on it. This ensures that it browns less quickly. This cocktail fits perfectly with the autumn season we are in right now.

The sage, pear, cinnamon and whiskey fit perfectly with a slightly dark afternoon, fire on and cozy with a drink on the couch!

Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

Sage syrup cider cocktail

Sage syrup cider cocktail

A fresh, sparkling, and spicy cocktail, made with homemade syrup.

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Hallway: cocktail
Kitchen: European
Keyword: honey, cinnamon, pear, sage, whiskey
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Total time: 20 minutes
Servings: 2 people
calories: 512kcal
Author: Francine
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You need:

2 whiskey glasses
2 saucers


For the sage syrup you will need:

  • 3 twigs sage
  • 1 stick cinnamon
  • 1 citroen - in paste
  • 175 gram sugar
  • 300 ml water

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And this is how you make it:

  • Let's make the syrup first. Place all ingredients in a pan and bring to a boil. Let this bubble for about 15 minutes. Set it aside for an hour to allow the flavors to infuse. Bring it back to the boil and let it reduce to a nice syrup. Remove the sage leaves, lemon slices and cinnamon before pouring into your glass bottle.
  • Shake 2 tablespoons cinnamon on one saucer and 2 tablespoons honey on another saucer. Dip the rim of the glass first through the honey and then through the cinnamon.
  • Put some ice cubes in the glass and pour a tablespoon of syrup on top. Pour the 40 ml whiskey per glass over this. (If you make a virgin then no whiskey.)
  • Fill both glasses further with the cider, again, if you use virgin alcohol then alcohol-free cider.
  • Place a slice of pear, a cinnamon stick and some sage for decoration in the glass and serve.
  • Cheers!
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Crazy about cider? Here are a few more cider cocktails:

How about this apple pie punch mocktail?

Replace the sparkling water in this spicy Old Fashioned cocktail for cider, definitely a winner!

And you can also use cider with this blood orange elderflower tonic mocktail.

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