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Apple Pie Cider

Apple Pie Cider

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DAN KRAMER

This is a very good fall weather drink. It's great hot or cold.

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  1. In a large pot, combine apple juice, apple cider, sugar and cinnamon sticks. Bring to a boil, remove from heat, and let cool completely.
  2. When juice mixture is cool, stir in the grain alcohol.
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look030
320
11/1/2006

This is by far the easiest recipe for this drink I have come across! I am a bartender, and have tried many different versions of this recipe, and this is the one I will stick to! I would like to add one thing that I do not believe was mentioned in the directions. If you are bottling this for shooters, I suggest straining the finished product...I do so using a NEW pair of womens hose, this makes for a lot less sediments and your finished product is a lot less cloudy! Also This is a great idea for Holiday gifts, we make up a batch of this,(with this recipe you will get about 10 bottles) put on homeade lables and finish with with a red bow tied around the neck of the bottle and pass them out to friends....they love it!

HollyG.
152
11/4/2006

I made this lastnight for my husband's birthday party and everyone loved it! I served it warm (kept it hot in the crock pot.) It was perfect on a cold Michigan November night and made the whole house smell incredible. Instead of Everclear, I used Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum and exchanged 1/2 the white sugar with brown sugar. Great Recipe!

LAURA HARMAN
150
12/23/2003

This is the best recipe I've come across for apple pie. We chill it and serve it as shooters at all our parties... everyone was pleased. The tastiest and most tolerable way to drink grain alcohol (everclear)!