Hot Mulled Apple Cider Recipe

Warm up your winter with our festive hot mulled apple cider! A quintessential taste and aroma of winter that brings a smile to anyone's face during the cold winter months. Download this recipe and store it away for evenings by the fire and a good book, or a gathering with friends and family. Featuring Firepot's Mulling Spices, you'll love how it fills your home with the smells of warm, spicy goodness and brings comfort to your soul.

Who doesn't look forward to apple harvest every fall? One particular aspect of fall that we love is an opportunity to share hot apple cider as an accoutrement to an after-dinner dessert. It's warm and comforting, and the aroma of hot apples, cinnamon and spices permeating is throughout the house is, to us anyway, the scent of joy and friendship. Our proprietary spice blend makes the process of creating the perfect mug of hot mulled apple cider easy and intuitive. By blending in almonds and dried cherries into the pot as you heat your cider and spice mixture adds a dimension to the flavor that your tastebuds will thank you for. Then, if you're feeling a bit spirited, blend in a jigger of your favorite cognac or brandy!

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All that's left is to decide which dessert to serve with it! May we suggest the plum pinwheels, the salted chocolate rye crisps, or the gingersnaps with vanilla glaze?  They are always a big hit, especially around the holidays and for special occasions. 


Hot Apple Cider Recipe


You Will Need:

½ gallon (8 cups) apple cider

1 cup dried cherries

1 cup raw whole almonds

2 Tbsp Firepot Mulling Spices

½ cup honey

1 oz of cognac or brandy (optional)


To make:

1. Place all items in a heavy sauce or soup pot.

2. Bring to a simmer and steep for at least 10 minutes.

3. If desired, add one ounce of brandy or cognac per cup for a hot toddy.


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