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This is one of those recipes that you simply can’t deny.
It’s delicious, my friends. I love apple cider but drinking it mulled and hot is the bomb.
Yes, I said it is “the bomb.” I always make this brew for friends and family during the holidays and everyone loves it. I’ve caught Uncle Frank pouring in a few shots of whiskey to his cider but we couldn’t tell Aunt Clara about this because Uncle Frank isn’t supposed to be hitting the bottle anymore.
But that reminds me, for an adult drink, feel free to add in some dark rum. It really warms you up and tastes like a dream come true. The smell of this mulled cider simmering on the stove is heavenly.
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Quick Tip: Add a splash of rum for an adults-only version! Yum, yum, yum.