Recipe by Ed Grivner
"I got bored with apple cider and decided to 'spice' it up with a few of my favorite liquors. It's sure to warm you up on a cold night!"
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I made one of these today, only hot. I've got a wicked cold and wanted a change up from a Hot Toddy.
I used Captain's Tattoo Rum and cinnamon whiskey. I feel much better. Totally opened up my sinuses. This is SO wonderful.
I made this hot and it is goood. Put cider in pot until just boiling and then poured into glass with schnapps and rum. I would probably never make this cold.
Pretty tasty and a nice new addition in the autumn. I upped the Spiced Rum to 2/3 of a cup because... well because I'm a lush. ;P. I started off with just an 1/8 of a cup of the cinnamon because the only cinnamon Schnapps at the liquor store said "Hot Cinnamon" and I didn't know if that made a difference or not. Once I tasted it, though, I felt it was safe to pour in the other half of the Schnapps. I think two ice cubes is a bit stingy so I added more to give it a nice chill as I drank this immediately upon making it instead of giving it some time in the fridge. I think, though, that if it's left to sit out, the ice cubes would dilute the drink too much. Enjoy!
Good drink. I served to my Bunco group this fall. Just a little too much cinnamon. Could use less. Will try it warm next time. Thanks!!
Pretty good with 1 cup cider, 1 shot rum, 1 shot cinnamon schnapps. Heat the cider, add the shots, and drink.
Very good. Used a little less rum. But it could def stand the whole amount.
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