Today I bought a bottle of applejack. I like hard cider, and applejack is made from hard cider. It seemed like such a good idea, right? History turns out not to have kept up with the present. Applejack is no longer made from hard cider because the traditional way of making applejack from hard cider (freezing it and filtering out the ice) produces a liquid best not consumed by anyone wishing to stay alive. Today's applejack is just apple brandy with more apple flavor added. I think I'd rather have gone blind.
Any suggestions as to what I can do with most of a bottle applejack that don't involve pouring it out, giving it away, or poisoning children by convincing them to use it in place of milk over the similarly-named breakfast cereal?