This cocktail is inspired by kayısı kompostosu (stewed apricot compote), which is a common Turkish dessert. Make it a mocktail for non-drinkers and kids by omitting the vodka. Serves: 2 | Time: 20 minutes
Stuffed apricots are a classic Turkish dessert. These are stuffed with crushed walnuts and brown sugar, but you can just as easily use crushed pistachios and/or clotted cream. Serves: 6 | Time: 35-45 minutes
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