What Is the Difference Between Applejack and Calvados?

If you’re a fan of hard apple cider but don’t think it’s quite hard enough, consider going the brandy route. There’s no better place to start than with Calvados, the centuries-old French apple brandy...

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Apple Cider

by phatchris 14 years ago

What spirits work best with some fresh apple cider? Any suggestions? I'm thinking maybe some Goslings and a dash of Ginger Beer.

Jack Rose

by Theresa 16 years ago

I went to three liquor stores looking for applejack brandy to make an Jack Rose and no one had it. One guy said that it was popular in the 70's but he hasn't seen it for a long time. Please,pleas...

Apple brandy source

by Scott London 17 years ago

Apple butter loves apple brandy.Calvados is not only too expensive, but tends to be too refined. For this cooking, young and fiery is the business. Can anyone suggest an applejack source? Thanks!

Uses for applejack?

by Mar a 17 years ago

I don't drink alcohol but I don't mind using it in cooking. I have a bottle of Laird applejack. Is this something that can be used in cooking, or in desserts? Or is it too overpowering?

recipe for applejack brandy sauce

by d 18 years ago

does anyone have a recipe for this? i had it at a restaurant and it was delicious, served with pork tenderloin. would love a recipe. thanks!

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