There is a proud tradition of alcoholic apple drinks in the United States. During the colonial era of American history, Applejack (a sort of apple brandy) was particularly popular. Later, bourbon and rye were preferred to Applejack, and prohibition hit production of the spirit particularly hard. In recent years, however, there has been something of a resurgence in its production. This liqueur, which is not quite a straight Applejack, pays homage to that tradition of American drinks production, whilst adding a little extra spice. Originally designed for the German market, where warm winter spiced ciders are popular, this bottling proved to be a runaway success and is now available world wide. A deeply flavoursome, fruity affair with delicious spiced notes and a crisp whiskey heart, this liqueur is ideal for serving either hot or cold. We could also see it working really well in an alternative Old Fashioned.