This drink is a unique design for Ripples and brings memories of childhood in the form of a glass. “It tastes just like the pies my Aunties used to make this time of year.” It’s the perfect way to transition from summer’s hot days to cold autumn nights.

Bourbon Apple Smash

A unique twist on a traditional favorite that tastes similar to apple pie served in glasses. Servings1 Calories273kcal


  • Muddler
  • Cocktail Shaker
  • Strainer
  • Ripple Maker


  • 1/2 apple, finely chopped and garnished with slices
  • 60ml of Bourbon
  • 40ml of cinnamon whiskey
  • 40 ml Monin Caramel
  • 20 mg lemon juice
  • 20ml aquafaba chickpea brine alternative to egg yolks that is vegan


  • Mix the apple with the whiskey.
  • Mix all other ingredients into your glass.
  • Shake dry for about 20 seconds and, then wet shake for 1 minute.
  • Double-strain into your cocktail glass
  • Print and serve

It’s known that a majority of consumers are expecting baristas and servers to offer Latte art alongside their milk-based drinks, and they’re absolutely right to do it. Not only do latte designs that are high-contrast and sharp designs improve the look of glasses, but they also showcase the barista’s skill and enthusiasm for a coffee that’s specially brewed.

This means that the latte art form will continue to serve an important role within cafes. However, in recent years, the growing dependence on industry automation and the need for innovation has led to the development of new drink technologies. This includes digital printers, commonly known as Latte Art Printers.

These machines print a variety of high-resolution images and designs on drinks directly, which include drinks made from alcohol, milk cocktails, beer, and various other beverages.

In light of the need to be more visible than ever due to the rise of digital printing, caf├ęs all over the world invest in digital printers to make a statement.

What are these systems exactly? How do they function in real-world situations? What are the advantages of using such methods? To know more, I spoke to Yossi Meshulam, who is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ripples.