Midori sour apple
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Midori sour apple
Cocktail recipe

Rating

3.99 / 5
I made this based on a cocktail I had previously in a bar using apple Smirnoff, however I wanted the same results without expanding my inventory. I made this based on a cocktail I had previously in a bar using apple Smirnoff, however I wanted the same results without expanding my inventory.
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Lime
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12.5% | 2.25 units *

Champagne glass

Ingredients

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Cocktail Colin says:

4/5

Midori Sour Apple merges the distinct melon notes of Midori with the crispness of apple to produce a light, candy-like concoction that's both refreshing and playful. The addition of lemonade brightens the mix, making it a zesty, enjoyable choice for those seeking a touch of sweetness with a tangy edge.

Method
How to make a Midori sour apple

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Half fill the glass with ice
Add equal parts Midori, vodka and Apple Sourz
Top up with lemonade and stir
Garnish with a lime wedge, and serve

Learn more about some of the mixology terms used in this cocktail

·  Stir  ·  Garnish  · 

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FAQ's

INGREDIENT_SPECIFICS

What can I use if I don't have Melon liqueur for a Midori sour apple cocktail?

If you're out of Melon liqueur, a good substitute for a Midori sour apple cocktail is cucumber liqueur or kiwi liqueur for a similar fruity and slightly sweet profile. However, these substitutes will slightly alter the original flavor.

GARNISHING_TIPS

What are some appropriate garnishes for a Midori sour apple cocktail?

For a Midori sour apple cocktail, consider garnishing with a slice of green apple, a lemon twist, or even a cherry for a pop of color and to complement the fruity flavors of the drink.

SERVING_SUGGESTIONS

Is there a best way to chill the Champagne glass before serving the Midori sour apple?

To perfectly chill the Champagne glass for your Midori sour apple cocktail, place the glass in the freezer for about 20 minutes before serving, or fill it with ice water for a few minutes and then dump out the water right before pouring the drink.

ALCOHOL_CONTENT_COMPARISON

How does the alcohol content of a Midori sour apple compare to a standard glass of wine?

The Midori sour apple cocktail has an alcohol content of 12.5%, which is similar to that of a standard glass of wine, typically around 12%-15%. Thus, they're quite comparable in terms of alcohol content.

NON_ALCOHOLIC_VARIATIONS

Can you make a non-alcoholic version of the Midori sour apple, and what substitutes would you recommend?

Yes, you can create a non-alcoholic version of the Midori sour apple by using non-alcoholic versions of vodka and apple liqueur, and replacing the Melon liqueur with a melon-flavored syrup or juice. This will maintain the fruity profile but without the alcohol.

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