Skip to Content

Ginger Apple Spice Cocktail

The Ginger Apple Spice Cocktail is a delicious drink featuring spiced rum and ginger liqueur for the spice, with just enough Malibu coconut rum to take the edge off. You can’t really taste the coconut, but it adds something wonderful to the overall flavor.

I also used Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters in this one because it has a sort of roasted spicy quality with a touch of chocolate. It adds depth and a touch of spice, and you can add one dash, several dashes, or none at all, depending how you like it.

If you don’t have Aztec Chocolate Bitters, you can use another bitters, preferably one that’s a little bit sweet and spicy. Orange bitters will work fine, though it won’t have that roasted note.

Ginger Apple Spice Cocktail with cinnamon stick

This is one of those drinks where the spice seems to have a warming effect, which makes it nice for cool evenings. Of course, it’s really good anytime you’re in the mood for ginger, spice and apple.

Ginger Apple Spice Cocktail in decorative martini glass

It pairs well with soft and semi-soft cheeses, like brie or Stilton. It’s also good with a meal featuring halibut, mahi mahi or other mild fishes.

Try it with this Easy Grilled Mahi with Avocado and Corn Salsa from Laughing Spatula, which is lightly seasoned and has lovely sweetness from the corn. You may also enjoy this drink with teriyaki chicken – the ginger and spice in the drink is perfect with teriyaki.

Overhead angle view of Ginger Apple Spice Cocktail

If you love the Ginger Apple Spice cocktail…

The Honeydew-Ginger Martini uses Midori and Domaine De Canton Ginger Liqueur for the cocktail’s main flavors of honeydew and ginger. Lemon juice and Angostura bitters givethis drink recipe a little bit of spice.

You should also check out the Honeydew-Ginger Martini, featuring Midori and Canton ginger liqueur.

Tumba drink with fruit and candied ginger garnish

Also try the Tumba, featuring Canton with Mezca.

Summer Heat cocktail with lemon twist

And finally the Summer Heat, which blends Canton and Aztec Chocolate bitters with St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur and a white sangria spirit.

Ginger Apple Spice Cocktail with cinnamon stick
Yield: 1 drink

Ginger Apple Spice Cocktail recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

The warming gentle spice of the Ginger Apple Spice cocktail makes it perfect for cool evenings and chilly seasons. But it's wonderful all year round, anytime you want a touch of spice.

Ingredients

Gear We Used

Instructions

    1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
    2. Pour in all the ingredients (except the cinnamon stick).
    3. Shake ingredients together untill chilled.
    4. Strain into chilled martini glasses.
    5. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.

Follow me on Pinterest for more great recipes!

If you want to pin this recipe, use the little button at the top

Skip to Recipe