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Pomme Fruit Punch

Updated: Sep 8, 2022

A toffee apple-inspired cocktail that has caramel notes and is full of all that the pomme fruit family has to offer. With a cinnamon rim, quince jelly, butterscotch schnapps, and a candied pear garnish, it really tastes like a caramel fruit pie! An especially great cocktail for cold nights, but equally as delicious any time of the day or year.


We love finding unconventional ways to use our products. Once you get the creative juices flowing, it's quite easy to think of all the ways that you can. We love our quince jelly for its defined taste and silky texture and were inspired to see what we could create.

There are a lot more that quince jelly can service outside of a tasty cheese board. We love experimenting with it in baking and drinks as well. The delicate jelly texture makes it easy to add to cocktails, while the flavour is pronounced even when mixed with quite a few ingredients.


While you can leave out the jelly from this recipe if you don't have it, you actually can taste a real difference. Not only does the jelly add a balanced sweetness to the cocktail, it also introduces a more distinctive fruity flavour that we very much appreciate.



This drink can be made completely vegan-friendly and is easily customizable to the taste too. If this drink seems a little bit too boozy for you, you can reduce/ take out the brandy, or use unsweetened apple juice/ soda water instead of cider.


For a mocktail, you could try a tasty drink that has quince jelly, apple juice, caramel syrup and soda water instead. You might need to rely more on the soda water in this recipe though, as many of these ingredients are sweet without the alcohol.


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Recipe

Ingredients


- 1 shot of brandy (Cognac if you're fancy)

- 1 Shot butterscotch schnapps

- 1 Generous tsp of quince jelly

- Top up with dry cider

- Candied pear for garnish (you can also buy dehydrated pears or use a fresh slice instead)

- Cinnamon powder for rim


Method


  1. Prepare a tumbler glass. We use a little bit of quince jelly to prime the rim and then dip it in powdered cinnamon, but you could also dip the glass in lemon juice or even water instead.

  2. Add a generous amount of ice to the glass.

  3. Add ice to a cocktail shaker, followed by brandy, schnapps and quince jelly. Shake well (approx. 30 seconds).

  4. Pour the mixture into the prepared glass and top up with apple cider. Stir well to ensure the cider mixes with the quince jelly**see notes.

  5. Garnish with a candied pear.

  6. Enjoy!



*Notes

  • If you would prefer, add the cider to the shaker to stir. We do prefer to pour the cider into the glass simply to get the measurement right, but it is a lot easier to mix in the shaker.


Watch us make it here:


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