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Mulled #5 Apple Cider

Written By Glory Community 01 Oct 2018
Mulled #5 Apple Cider

Family, friends, food and gratitude - what more could you ask for this Thanksgiving season? Spice-up your celebrations with our favourite Mulled Apple Cider, a seasonal spin using our #5 Cold-Pressed Juice - a sweet, spicy mix of organic apples, lemon and ginger (the latter being a perfect aid in digesting that 2nd or 3rd helping!)

All you need is a bottle or two of our #5 juice, your favourite spices (we recommend any combination of whole cinnamon, clove, cardamom and nutmeg), and some heat. If you can’t be bothered to buy more ingredients, powder-form spices work too for a simpler (but still delicious!) version.

To make around 4 servings, you’ll want:
- 2 16oz bottles of Glory #5 cold-pressed juice
- 2 (3-inch) cinnamon sticks
- 2 whole cloves
- ¼ teaspoon of freshly grated (or ground) nutmeg

Directions:

Heat up a medium saucepan to moderately high heat - add the spices and toast until fragrant (around 2 minutes). Pour in the #5 and bring to a simmer, then reduce to low heat. Let cook for 20 minutes to an hour, letting the spices infuse into the juice.

Looking for something more boozy? Add a splash (or 2!) of your favourite cider-friendly liquor and let simmer on low heat for an additional 10 minutes prior to serving.

Strain out the spices, and you’re done!

Enjoy warm, and with good company. Happy Thanksgiving from ours, to yours!