Hot Spiced Apple & Brandy Drink

Sunday morning was magnificent – flat calm on the river and sunny – so we put our driving hats on and went for a Sunday drive down the channel. We stopped at the Woodbridge jetty for a fish, but I didn’t even look like catching anything so I soon canned that and went looking lunch. It is a real larder down there, we found honey, jams, cheese, trout and heaps more. We stopped in at Grandvewe Cheeses for a quick look around – but more on that later.

Coincidentally this week Catherine and I used pretty much the same ingredients to make different things. We have been wanting to do a drink of the site for a while now and being winter this seemed like the perfect option.

Ingredients
4x Cups of Apple Juice
1x Cinnamon Stick
3x Slithers of Ginger (about the size of a 20 cent coin)
3x Cloves
1x Zest of a Lemon (about 1 strip the length of the lemon)
Juice of 1/2 a Lemon
1x Tsp Honey
4 Decent shots/lugs of Brandy

Method
1. Throw every thing apart from the brandy into a pot and simmer for 45-60mins – or until the flavors of the spices come out.
2. Add the brandy and serve hot.

Too easy.

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4 Responses to Hot Spiced Apple & Brandy Drink

  1. Emiko says:

    Beautiful. I’m melting over in the August heat in Tuscany, so seeing these cool, fresh images is real relief! Looking forward to the autumn to try this drink…

  2. Lauren says:

    The little lamb is too too cute! And what a gorgeous farm stand!

    Like Emiko in Tuscany, we’re sweating in Kansas, so “come on, autumn!” so I can try this recipe!

  3. Red says:

    Breathtaking photos, as always. This site has quickly become one of the ones I save til last in my RSS.. the one I want to savour the most. Thanks for the regular dose of island beauty.

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