Marrying six varieties of apples — all grown and handpicked in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley — together with cream and Grand Pré’s Pomme d’Or Cream liqueur, combines flavours of vanilla and hints of caramel with a soft, smooth palette. It can be sipped on its own, poured over ice or mixed in a chai tea cocktail
Apple of my chaiSeptember 13, 2022 Print
Recipe courtesy of Colleen Thompson
4 oz chai tea
1 oz rum
1.5 oz Pomme d’Or Cream
1 tsp maple syrup
Make the chai tea by steeping a tea bag in hot water for five minutes. Remove the tea bag and add rum and Pomme d’Or Cream to a glass or mug. Stir in maple syrup. Sprinkle with grated nutmeg and garnish with an apple slice.
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