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A Gin Cocktail Recipe Perfect for Fall

It has chamomile tea, apples, and cider.

Bartender Pamela Wiznitzer of New York's Seamstress makes a gin cocktail with seasonally appropriate flavors — thanks to dry cider and chamomile syrup — that invoke fall without being too rich or spice-forward. Watch the video and get the recipe below.

'UP, UP & AWAY' by PAMELA WIZNITZER

One serving.

What You'll Need:
1.5 oz. Gin
1 oz. Lemon juice
.5 oz. Chamomile tea syrup
.5 oz. Benedictine
5 dashes of Bittermens Boston bitters
A bottle of dry cider
Apple slice
5 mint leaves
Jigger
Strainer
Highball Glass

Instructions:
In a Boston shaker, add all liquids except cider. Add mint, ice, and shake. Top with cider, strain, and pour into highball glass with ice. Garnish with mint and apple slice.

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