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hippiewiccan would like a post full of puppies and coffee. Enjoy!

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Cheer Up Post #4606 - Valentine’s Day Cocktails Edition

Make the date.

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Die Apfelschorle is a popular drink in Germany, consisting of sparkling mineral water mixed with apple juice. The broader category ‘Fruchtschorle’ contains any fruit juice mixed with sparkling water, but Apfelschorle is the most common. Wine mixed with mineral water is called Weinschorle. Apfelschorle contains fewer calories and is less sweet than pure apple juice, making it popular in summer and among athletes. Commercially available Apfelschorle contains 55-60% juice; brands include Lift, Gerolsteiner, Rhodius, and Bizzl, but most people and restaurants mix it from actual apple juice and sparkling mineral water.