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National Hot Mulled Cider Day
With temperatures dipping (it was even cold this AM in FL), a fortuitous twist of fate gives us:
NATIONAL HOT MULLED CIDER DAY
On September 30th, National Hot Mulled Cider Day warms our homes with the scent of cinnamon, nutmeg, and apple.
Fall welcomes toasty mugs of mulled cider to wrap our chilled hands around. Such a cozy way to spend an evening, sipping a tart, spiced beverage on a chilly evening while gazing at trees ablaze in crimson, gold, and orange. It is the perfect time to celebrate this holiday and enjoy this delightful drink.
Mulled cider is a traditional fall and winter drink made by heating cider to almost boiling and adding cinnamon, orange peel, nutmeg, cloves, and other spices and then simmering it. Just the scent of it steeping on the stove will warm the home and lift the spirits of everyone in it.
HOW TO OBSERVE #HotMulledCiderDay
Make some hot mulled cider. Sip it while reading a good book or enjoying a great conversation with a friend. When we celebrate with a friend, it makes the day even better. Fill a thermos with some freshly made hot mulled cider and take it on a hike. It will warm you even on the crispiest of autumn days.
And mark your calendar so you remember to join us again next year, too!
Try this Mulled Cider recipe.
Although this sounds more like a treat from BIG 10 country, no reason we can't enjoy it as well here in the land of grown man football.