Double Apple Spritzer Cocktails

Here's another fun Fall-themed cocktail for your holiday table!

This Double Apple Spritzer is fresh, sweet, and sings with the crisp flavors of fall.

This is one of the cocktails I created as part of my ongoing collaboration with Smirnoff, and features their Green Apple Vodka, which has a lovely bright, crisp flavor.

I mixed it with my homemade Apple Cider Simple Syrup and then lightening it up with a splash of sparkling seltzer water.

Served in a pretty coupe glass (like these vintage ones I found on eBay for $4!) and garnished with fresh green apple slices, it's a really great drink to serve guests as they arrive at your house.

This is also one of those drinks that's really easy to make in a big batch for a pitcher or punch bowl. Just wait until just before the guests arrive to pour in the seltzer, and then let them serve themselves while you finish things off in the kitchen.

Nice and easy--just how I like it!

Disclaimer: This recipe was created as part of my ongoing sponsored collaboration with Smirnoff. All opinions are, of course, my own. Please remember to always drink responsibly! 

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Double Apple Spritzer Cocktail Recipe
Yields 2 cocktails (multiply as necessary!)

3oz Smirnoff Green Apple Vodka
1/4 cup Apple Cider Simple Syrup
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
Green Apple slices, for garnish

In a shaker, combine Smirnoff Green Apple Vodka, Apple Cider Simple Syrup, Lemon Juice, and Ice. Shake until frosty, then divide into two coupe glasses and top with seltzer.

Garnish with fresh green apple slices

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