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Apple Pie Julep

By Adam Hinton

The Apple Pie Julep is our autumnal twist on a classic julep. Traditionally a summer drink, for this winter julep we’ve paired bourbon with cloudy apple juice, cinnamon syrup and ginger beer.


40ml Bourbon

20ml Cinnamon Syrup

30ml Apple Juice

Top w Ginger Beer

Apple Slices and Mint Sprig for Garnish


Prep: 2 Minutes

Make: 30 Seconds

Total: 2 Minutes and 30 Seconds


178 calories



Serves 1


Using your jigger to measure, add the bourbon, apple juice and cinnamon syrup to a julep tin or tall glass

Fill ⅔ with crushed ice

Churn using your bar spoon for around 10 seconds

Top up with more crushed ice

Add a splash of ginger beer

Finish with a crown of crushed ice, pile crushed ice on top and use your hand to form into a dome

Garnish with apple slice and a mint sprig

Serve and enjoy


Julep Tin
Bar Spoon
Crushed Ice


The classic Mint Julep is one of our favourite bourbon drinks, a simple mixture of American whiskey, mint and sugar churned with crushed ice that encapsulates the flavours of a hot southern summer. For this twist we’ve taken that concept and made it wintry, crafting our julep around the gorgeously warming flavours of apple pie.

This drink has the warmth of bourbon and ginger combined with the classic flavour pairing of apple and cinnamon to make a drink that has all the autumnal goodness of apple pie in a cocktail.