Sourz - Apple


70cl Bottle £10.32
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  • ABV15%

Renowned for its overwhelming 'real' taste of apples, this liqueur inspires the cocktail maker in you, or may be drunk neat, or on the rocks.


Cocktail Shaker Boys 2009-09-18 14:17:34

Tend to drink this as a cocktail ingredient. Nigella's Apple Martini is one of the best cocktails I've discovered over the last few years. A measure of Gin (in preference to Vodka), 2 of Apple Sourz and one of Monin Apple Syrup and you have a fantastic drink. Two is too many, but three is not enough !

L Warrender 2008-09-01 18:23:13

The original, a sherbet kick of apples that is sweet in a whole different way.

chris brown 2008-04-08 10:15:08

Hmm, people saying this drink is designed for girls... I disagree, it's designed for cocktails and mixes, as an aspiring bartender this bottle has a prize place on my shelf along with my Jager, Vodka and Midori. Sourz tastes good on the rocks if you're drinking for taste. If you want a taste sensation try Sourz, Jager and Midori, and or course drop a grape in!

Craig Crawford 2007-06-02 21:49:51

This really shouldn't be drunk on it's own because as other's have said it's utterly pointless if you're planning to get drunk at all... but if you're planning to make cocktails this is perfect due to the great flavour.

Julie 2006-12-18 08:50:16

We had this on a writing residential in Wales... it's sooo nice! It really tatses like apples, there's no weird boozy aftertaste... actually you wouldn't realise it was alcohol. Definitly worth it.