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    German ladies - Apfelschorle!

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    I have yet to find a decent website that sells Apfelschorle in the US, and none of the German cafes around here have it that I have seen, either.

    Is there anyone in Germany who would be willing to ship some?
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    well i'm obviously not in germany but i was just curious about what apfelschorle is?? i assume it's edible since you mentioned a cafe. i'm such a foodie so i like when i discover new foods!
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    It's a drink. Apple juice and sparkling mineral water. I loathe regular apple juice, but this stuff is so tasty is has me drooling just thinking about it. K brought me back some when he stopped in Germany on his way home from Afghan back in March, and I've been craving more ever since.
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    I am a total foodie, though, too. German baked goods are top notch. Anise cookies? Yum, yum. We should get together and compare notes.
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    ooo sounds delicious! have you tried to see if you can order it online somewhere, from like a german-based store/company? i know the feeling though. DB brought me some really delicious candy bars from germany during leave and i can't get them here in the states which only makes me want them more
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    we definitely should compare notes! i love food from all sorts of places and will try anything at least once. DB makes fun of me for how much i enjoy food since it's usually something i ask about/talk about all the time
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    I've heard the ratio is about 56% juice to 44% water, but I can't find the right kind of juice. When you make it with regular store-bought apple juice, it doesn't taste the same. Regular Apfelschorle is apparently made with 100% juice, not from concentrate, and unsweetened. I haven't found any good recommendations for an apple juice like that, and since I don't like regular apple juice, I don't want to buy some $10 all-natural stuff just for it not to turn out right, and then I won't like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRed View Post
    I've heard the ratio is about 56% juice to 44% water, but I can't find the right kind of juice. When you make it with regular store-bought apple juice, it doesn't taste the same. Regular Apfelschorle is apparently made with 100% juice, not from concentrate, and unsweetened. I haven't found any good recommendations for an apple juice like that, and since I don't like regular apple juice, I don't want to buy some $10 all-natural stuff just for it not to turn out right, and then I won't like it.
    It's probably worth a try once, the purchase & shipping costs from Germany to the US is likely to cost more!
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    Uhm....I'm German...and just buy regular apple juice (and yes, get 100% juice, but that's what you get in the US stores, too, right?) and regular sparkling water and mix it in a ratio to my liking. And that's what they do in the restaurants as well. Yes, you can buy it pre-mixed in small bottles, but it's really not necessary!
    Good luck! I don't even think they would ship it from Germany, since it's carbonated and under pressure, it would probably explode mid air!
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