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17 Crown Apple Cocktails (+ Simple Drink Recipes)

There’s something irresistible about Crown Apple cocktails. These regal drinks feature Crown Royal Apple whiskey combined with delicious mixers.

Some are sweet, while others are tart or tangy. There’s even a Jell-O shots recipe in the mix! But they all have one thing in common. They’re full of tasty Crown Apple flavor.

3-Ingredient Apple Drink with Cranberries with Ice
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By itself, the whiskey offers a fusion of smoothness and fruity zest. Its unique flavor lends itself well to various cocktails. 

These drinks are perfect for the fall season. But as long as you have Crown Apple, you can make them any time of the year.

Get ready to get buzzed!

1. 3-Ingredient Crown Apple Drink

I love recipe names that easily sell themselves. Take this one, for example. We know it’s a cocktail with Crown Apple requiring only three ingredients. That tells us right away how easy it is!

Crown Apple is the star of the show. The other two ingredients are lemon-lime soda and cranberry juice. Together, they make for a winning combination!

2. Washington Appletini

The Washington appletini is a fun, fruity, and festive drink. (Especially if you add the dry ice to make it smoky!) 

It’s a total apple triple threat. It calls for Crown Apple, sour apple pucker, and cran-apple juice. It also has a bright, beautiful red hue, perfect for the holidays. 

3. Crownberry Apple

One of the best drinks on this list is also one of the easiest to make. It’s a simple mixture of Crown Apple and cranberry juice. It tastes like boozy cran-apple juice and is absolutely delicious. 

Its lovely red hue makes it perfect for winter. Its bright apple taste makes it ideal for fall or spring. And its crisp, refreshing bite makes it a great choice for summer. It’s definitely an all-season kind of drink. 

4. Crown Royal Caramel Apple Drink

This Crown Royal caramel apple drink is more like a dessert than a cocktail!

It’s sweet and crisp, with all the delicious flavors of an actual caramel apple. If you could liquify all the best things about fall, this drink would be the result. It’s pretty much perfect. 

5. Crown Apple and Sprite

This drink is exactly what it claims to be: a mixture of Crown Apple and Sprite. It’s light, fizzy, and full of citrus and apple flavor. 

Pour the two over ice and give them a gentle stir. Add a few apple slices as a garnish, and you’re all set. It’s simple, yet so sophisticated.

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6. Baileys Apple Pie Drink

Are you in the mood for something extra sweet? This drink is the one for you. It combines cinnamon, sugar, caramel syrup, and two apple-based spirits. 

It isn’t really an apple pie, but it’s as close as you can get in drink form. 

7. Autumn Apple Kombucha Moscow Mule

As you can tell from the name, a lot is happening in this drink. Surprisingly, the ingredient list isn’t that long. 

You need ginger-flavored kombucha, Crown Apple, and apple cider. Add some ice and a few garnishes, and voila! You have a crisp, fall twist on the traditional Moscow mule. 

8. Apple Crown Hot Toddy

The hot toddy is one of the oldest and most famous hot cocktails. This recipe is simply a hot toddy with a Crown Apple twist. It also uses a base of apple spice tea. 

It’s warm, soothing, and a little sweeter than the classic hot toddy. You can’t beat it on a cold day or you’re a little under the weather. 

For more hot cocktails to warm you up, check out my article, “25 Best Cocktails to Keep You Warm.” 

9. Carnival Queen Mardi Gras Cocktail

This gorgeous, pretty-in-pink cocktail is another of my favorites. It looks delightfully elegant and has a sweetly tart, berrylicious flavor. It’s also much more potent than most people realize. 

It combines Crown Apple, Champagne, a dark berry liqueur of your choice, and lemon juice. It’s a lovely, boozy way to get any party started. 

10. Royal Apple Cocktail

The Royal Apple cocktail is the most apple-heavy of all the drinks on this list. It’s made with three simple ingredients. Crown Apple, applesauce, and apple juice. 

It tastes like a tall glass of pure apple juice. You won’t even notice the whiskey. 

11. Crown Royal Apple and Lemonade

Don’t hesitate to try this one! It might sound like an odd combination, but Crown Apple and lemonade work wonders together.

The drink is tart and citrusy, with the barest hint of crisp green apples. It’ll quickly become a new favorite.

12. Caramel Apple Sucker

This one doesn’t contain applesauce. Still, it’s almost as apple-forward as the Royal Apple cocktail above. 

It’s a simple, two-ingredient drink combining Crown Apple and Honeycrisp apple cider. You can use any kind of apple cider.

However, apple cider made with Honeycrisp apples is the best option. It’s sweet and fresh and pairs perfectly with the liquor. Mix it right, and you barely even taste the whiskey. 

13. Crown Royal Apple Toasted Caramel Whiskey Drink

This luscious, four-ingredient drink is another one for caramel apple lovers. It’s an interesting combination of Crown Apple, lemon juice, and ginger ale. 

The secret ingredient, though, is Black Velvet Toasted Caramel whiskey. It elevates the entire drink to an irresistible cocktail.

14. Caramel Apple Cider Bourbon Cocktail

This drink is very similar to the one above. However, swap out the lemon juice for apple cider. Also, replace the toasted caramel whiskey with salted caramel. 

It’s sweet, salty, and full of apple and caramel flavors. Everyone can appreciate that!

15. Crown Royal Apple Cranberry Ginger Ale

You can never have too many cranberry-apple cocktails, so here’s one more. This one pairs Crown Apple with cranberry ginger ale. 

It’s zesty, zingy, and a nose-tingler. It has a festive red hue and a bright cran-apple taste. Add some rosemary, mint leaves, and lime slices, and voila! You have a real crowd-pleaser on your hands. 

16. Caramel Apple Jell-O Shots

In the intro, I promised Jell-O shots, and I always deliver on my promises! These adorable shots start with a base of Crown-infused green apple Jell-O. 

Then, top them with rich caramel sauce and gummy apple rings. They’re simultaneously sweet, tart, and tangy, and everyone will love them. 

17. Poison Apple Cocktail

This drink is last, but it just might be the best! This gorgeous fall drink has a forbidden flair. It’s perfect for fall-themed parties! It also has a secret ingredient that takes it over the top: edible glitter!

Even without the glitter, the drink tastes incredible, but don’t leave it out. It turns the cocktail into a swirling, magical potion straight from a witch’s cauldron. 

17 Crown Apple Cocktails (+ Simple Drink Recipes)

Course: Cocktails, Recipe RoundupCuisine: American

These Crown Apple cocktails are fit for a king! From appletinis to Moscow mules, each drink recipe is such a treat.


  • 3 -Ingredient Crown Apple Drink

  • Washington Appletini

  • Crownberry Apple

  • Crown Royal Caramel Apple Drink

  • Crown Apple and Sprite

  • Baileys Apple Pie Drink

  • Autumn Apple Kombucha Moscow Mule

  • Apple Crown Hot Toddy

  • Carnival Queen Mardi Gras Cocktail

  • Royal Apple Cocktail

  • Crown Royal Apple and Lemonade

  • Caramel Apple Sucker

  • Crown Royal Apple Toasted Caramel Whiskey Drink

  • Caramel Apple Cider Bourbon Cocktail

  • Crown Royal Apple Cranberry Ginger Ale

  • Caramel Apple Jello Shots

  • Poison Apple Cocktail


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NaTaya Hastings
NaTaya Hastings is a food and recipe writer for Insanely Good Recipes. She’s an educator, boy mom, dog mom, and whatever-stray-enters-the-yard mom. As a result, she's constantly cooking for both humans and animals.

Luckily, she enjoys it!

Though born, raised, and still living in Alabama, her specialty is NOT down-home Southern cooking. Instead, she loves to experiment with Asian, Mexican, Italian, and other ethnic cuisines. She has two mottos when it comes to cooking. “The more spice, the better!” and “There’s no such thing as too much garlic!”

She’s also pretty good with desserts. Especially the easy, no-bake ones.

Her favorite things are cuddling with her four giant dogs, traveling, reading, writing, and hanging out in nature. She’s also pretty excellent at Dominoes.

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