Just because the temps drop doesn’t mean you can’t cool off and warm up all at once. When the 108th Infantry Regiment was tracking General Robert E. Lee to the line of the Rappahannock in the fall of 1863, they didn’t have any of their beloved upstate New York apple crop to keep them nourished. But what they were able to scrape together with spice and circumstance, they returned home with something born of pure Yankee sensibility mixed with a good tinge of Southern charm.
- T.C. Pellett: Freelance Art Director
Shake with ice: whiskey, simple syrup, egg white, nutmeg, and bitters. Pour into a sturdy rocks glass pre-garnished with a Honey Crisp apple slice and cinnamon stick.
This is one in a series of posts about our project, called The Table—a cookbook full of favorite recipes, and the images and stories that go with them, from each member of the Brandtatorship team past and present. From breakfasts to entrées, desserts to cocktails, we’ll be unveiling new recipes to this page throughout the year. If you'd like a cookbook, please contact us. In the meantime, pull up a chair. We’re glad to have you.
Photo credit: Rich Brainerd Studios