Apple Crumble

A delicious and refreshing Apple Crumble Cocktail to help you get through the heat.


Ladies and Gents, it’s time for another cocktail and I have a special cocktail for you today. This cocktail is actually my husband’s idea and I have to give him credit for it. Recently we discovered these Mexican soda drinks, Jarritos and Mundet which we really like. For this particular cocktail we used Mundet green apple flavor which gave the cocktail its beautiful green color.

We’re not big drinkers but we do enjoy drinking cocktails every once in a while, especially on a hot day like today. It was 31 Celsius today in Calgary and this is something you don’t see very often, so when it happens you enjoy it and appreciate it.

A nice refreshing cocktail like this, sure makes the heat more bearable, if you know what I mean. ;) The alcohol in this drink is Martini Bianco vermouth. When you mix this with the green apple soda and the ginger ale, it’s a winner. If you’re not familiar with vermouth, it is a fortified wine, flavored with various dry ingredients. A fortified wine, is simply wine that has had spirits added to it. Other fortified wines include port, and sherry, which I love.


Apple Crumble
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Serves: 1
  • 50 ml Martini Bianco vermouth
  • 50 ml ginger ale
  • 50 ml green apple Mundet
  • lime for garnish
  1. This drink is one part alcohol, one part ginger ale and one part green apple Mundet.
  2. Fill glass with ice and pour vermouth, ginger ale and green apple Mundet over ice. Stir and garnish with lime slice.


  1. syd says

    This looks good, but I have to say alcohol doesn’t make my hot days more bearable. Here in Columbia, SC, the summer temps (May-October actually) range anywhere from 85 to 100 degree Fahrenheit, which is about 29-38 Celsius, and the alcohol really doesn’t make it any less hot.

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