Laird's
- Applejack Brandy 2540 fl oz

Laird's - Applejack Brandy 25.40 fl oz

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Los Angeles
4 reviews
Really affordable products and it does get you wasted so I will say it is really worth the money
Really affordable products and it does get you wasted so I will say it is really worth the money
Brooklyn, NY
297 reviews
By far the best apple flavored brandy for mixing up cocktails. It’s a great value and has a smooth, great flavor. Perfect to mix with bourbon, honey and lemon.
By far the best apple flavored brandy for mixing up cocktails. It’s a great value and has a smooth, great flavor. Perfect to mix with bourbon, honey and lemon.
Amarillo, TX
9 reviews
Wow is all I have! I baked the Laird's Applejack Pound Cake and holy smokes is it delicious. The apple Brandy keeps the pound cake moist. Highly recommend this!!!
Wow is all I have! I baked the Laird's Applejack Pound Cake and holy smokes is it delicious. The apple Brandy keeps the pound cake moist. Highly recommend this!!!
Truro , NS
146 reviews
I first heard about this on YouTube. What a great "brandy" Apple Jack has its own unique production process, and Laird's is possibly the oldest (at least the best known) name in the game. It's pretty strong on its own, but I enjoyed it mixed in some apple juice and served warm with a cinnamon stick.
I first heard about this on YouTube. What a great "brandy" Apple Jack has its own unique production process, and Laird's is possibly the oldest (at least the best known) name in the game. It's pretty strong on its own, but I enjoyed it mixed in some apple juice and served warm with a cinnamon stick.
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