The Tricky Mulled Cider recipe (Great for Firework Night / Christmas!)

Posted on 25 Oct , 2013 in Recipes, The Tricky Cider Blog | Comments Off on The Tricky Mulled Cider recipe (Great for Firework Night / Christmas!)

The Tricky Mulled Cider recipe (Great for Firework Night / Christmas!)

The Tricky Mulled Cider Recipe (Firework Night Christmas Recipe)

This Tricky Mulled Cider recipe is the perfect concoction for keeping those cockles warm on a cold firework or christmas gathering. We’ve made this plenty a time for our festive occasions and hope you get the same enjoyment out of mixing together a cauldron full of goodies as we do! It’s the perfect drink to serve to guests throughout the colder seasons; It also tastes great snuggled up on the sofa after a hard days work!mulled cider, recipe, tricky cider, somerset, christmas, firework night

Ingredients

Advice- Halve this recipe if you’re serving for less than 10 people

1 gallon/4.5 litres of Tricky Cider (Our Medium Dry Cider works very well with this recipe!)
½ cups Brown Sugar
2 teaspoons of Allspice
6-8 Cloves, Whole
2 Star Anise Stars
1/2 a Vanilla pod
4 sticks Cinnamon
2 dashes of Nutmeg
1 whole Orange, Cut into slices.

  • Pour the yummy Tricky Cider into your favourite cosy mug, and then stir in the brown sugar.
  • Using a muslin bag, place the Allspice, Star Anise, Vanilla pod,  cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Carefully fold up the coffee filter, making sure none of the spices can fall out. Tie up with butcher’s twine and place into the cider.
  • Place the orange slices into the Tricky cider, squeeze a bit to let some of the juice out. Cover and heat on low for several hours before guests arrive, or can be heated on high for an hour or two until it’s hot enough and then turn the heat down to low.
  • Keep spice bag and orange slices in the cider the entire time.

If you end up trying this recipe please make sure you Tweet us or Facebook us your results and experiences! We always love to hear about cider celebrations…i’m sure you all know.

 

 

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