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Rummy Spiced Cider

Cozy Up this Fall with Chest-Warming Sips of Our Favorite Spiked Apple Cider
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Spiced Rum Cider recipe via Waiting on Martha Rummy Spiced Cider recipe via Waiting on Martha

My favorite way to cozy up amidst crisp, dropping temps?  Sipping on a little spiced apple cider in my pajamas!  But whether it’s in my pajamas, around our fire pit out back, or at the next dinner party, our Rummy Spiced Cider is a solid way to toast to sweater weather.

I squealed with delight at the new Williams-Sonoma at Ponce when I came across these cinnamon maple spoons…I mean so perfect for spiced apple cider, right?  And with these stemless pumpkin glasses?  Just a big ole taste of fall that I can’t get enough of.

As you may remember, we welcomed my favorite season with our friends at Pottery Barn by taking over their Instagram with a peek at how I welcome Fall.  This year, we’re celebrating the season with a libation (or four) with PB and Diageo, purveyors of some of our favorite booze brands. First up: our Rummy Spiced Cider.

Imagine the vibrant citrus and warm spices all atop the sweet apple, giving the drink its subtle spice and much-needed depth. The cinnamon maple spoons not only compliment the recipe, they offer a fun and festive garnish to the cocktail.  And while I prefer my cider warm, our Rummy Spiced Cider can be served hot or cold…so when you find yourself in the South during our Indian Summer, pour this libation over a little ice and enjoy!  Truly, MKR

P.S. Stay tuned for more October cocktail goodness…gin punch, spiked hot chocolate and a nod to our favorite wizard with a little Boozy Butter Beer! xo

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Rummy Spiced Cider
Serves 6
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Ingredients
  1. 2 quarts Apple Cider
  2. 1 cup Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum
  3. 1 apple sliced
  4. 1 orange sliced
  5. 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  6. 2 teaspoons whole cloves
  7. 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  8. 1 teaspoon allspice
  9. 1/4 cup brown sugar
  10. 1/4 teaspoon grated nutmeg
  11. Cinnamon sticks for garnish
Instructions
  1. In a medium-large pot, combine all ingredients except for the rum, and bring to a boil.
  2. Once boiling, bring down the heat to low and let simmer for approximately 10 minutes.
  3. Remove from heat, and discard the apples and orange slices. Add rum and serve.
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ADDITIONAL CREDITS:

Photography, Rustic White | THIS STORY IS IN COLLABORATION WITH POTTERY BARN, A BRAND WE LOVE AND ADORE.  OPINIONS AND IMAGES ARE 100% OUR OWN.

AS PICTURED: STEMLESS PUMPKIN GLASSES | CINNAMON MAPLE SPOONS | MULLING SPICES | PUMPKIN EMBROIDERED NAPKINS | CUTTING BOARD 

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  • Those spoons are pretty genius. I think I might have to make an impromptu visit to my local Williams & Sonoma. And this cider. . . an adult version of a fall favorite. Time to throw on the pjs, whip up a batch, and snuggle into my faux fur blanket.

  • Marnie / 10.09.2015

    Is it only me??? I can’t find the cider in the recipe……

  • Kirstin Morningstar / 10.09.2015

    The pictures look delicious!! 🙂 In the recipe, what are you supposed to boil/simmer? The only liquid listed is the rum, is there apple cider too? How much?

  • Mandy Kellogg Rye / 10.09.2015

    Oh my goodness the recipe got messed up somehow, 2 quarts of apple cider not rum! Only 1 cup of rum, it’s fixed now sorry about that!

  • Mandy Kellogg Rye / 10.09.2015

    My bad, totally had a misprint in the recipe it is all good now. xo

  • Mandy Kellogg Rye / 10.09.2015

    That sounds amazing!!

  • This sounds SO GOOD! Might have to try it tomorrow for Football Sunday!

    Xx Taylor
    http://www.lightscameracatwalk.com

  • Terri / 10.24.2015

    What about the whole cloves? The recipe says to remove the apple and orange slices, but nothing about the cloves. Do those stay?

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