Apple brandy; a brandy distilled from cider.
Also referred to as apple brandy, this spirit is distilled from apples and aged in wooden barrels.
a very sweet apple-flavoured brandy.
The American term for calvados (apple brandy). See Calvados.  Apple Brandy: The generic term for calvados (apple brandy). See Calvados.  Apple Cider: Fermented apple juice
distilled from hard cider
An apple brandy produced principally in the United States and France. A version produced in Normandy, Calvados, is of very high quality. Also known as "Jersey lighting" and "hard cider". Made from winter apples, a great deal of applejack produced in the Unites States is of the homemade variety, and thus of widely varying quality.
A brandy made from apple cider which, in the United States, must spend a minimum of two years in wooden casks before being bottled. It ranges from 80 to 100 proof in strength.
A brandy distilled from apple cider.
a very sweet apple-flavored brandy.
Applejack is a strong alcoholic beverage produced from apples, originating from the American colonial period. It is made by concentrating hard cider (as British cider, i.e., fermented alcoholic apple juice, is called in American usage), either by the traditional method of freeze distillation (see fractional freezing), or by true evaporative distillation. The term "applejack" derives from "jacking", a term for freeze distillation.