Girls love sweet drinks, and if it taste like a dessert it is even better. These are also called “girly drinks.” Women do not want hard drinks we like the light fruity ones that we can drink over and over. However, doing that we also tend to get tipsy more easily. None the less, girls love the fruity dessert type of drinks.
I teamed up with Jack From Brooklyn to create some great recipes for the Girl’s Night In series. They have a wonderful product called Sorel. What is Jack From Brooklyn? Here is a little bit about this distillery from their website:
Eendraght Maeckt Maght.
Translated from the original Dutch, it means “Unity Makes Strength”. It’s the official Brooklyn motto, and the underlying motif beneath everything we do at Jack From Brooklyn. The power of community. The belief that we are stronger together than we are apart.
Still the fourth largest city in America, Brooklyn has always been a place where diverse cultures intermingle. From the first Dutch settlers almost 400 years ago right up until today, it’s a place where creativity and tenacity combine to create industry. From the original Brooklyn Navy Yard established in 1801, to the burgeoning fraternity of specialty craft food creators today, Brooklynites are notorious for pride taken in things we make with our hands.
It is in this grand tradition that Jack From Brooklyn is proud to offer unique artisanal alcoholic beverages. Hand-crafted in small batches, we combine all natural spices, pure cane sugar and the finest 100% organic New York grain alcohol. The resultant libations offer a unique aromatic profile and a distinctive flavor, creating vast new options for both consumer and mixologist.
Unique artisnal is what we have with Sorel! One taste and I could taste this spicy undertone of apple pie. That was when the creation of this drink began.
- 3 ounces of apple juice
- 1 ounce of Jack From Brooklyn’s Sorel
- whipped cream
- Pour the apple juice into the glass
- Layer the Sorel on top the apple juice
- Then top it off with some whipped cream and ENJOY!