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Are you searching for some interesting ways to spice up your apple cider recipe for the upcoming holidays? Nothing quite beats the taste of fresh hot apple cider with a fun and inspiring twist. Impress your guests with one of our favorite flavors below.

Wassail Hot Cider - a traditional hearty drink of hot mulled fruit cider flavored with spices. This warm beverage was historically an essential part of the ritual of wassailing, which was a popular drinking and singing tradition in southern medieval England, meant to secure a good apple harvest in the following year by singing to the orchard trees.

Chai Spiced Cider - calls for nothing more than apple cider, your favorite chai tea, and cinnamon sticks. A quick comfort drink for a cold winter day.

Cranberry Apple Cider - a refreshing twist on classic apple cider. A blend of tart cranberry juice with sweet apples. This delicious recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Maple Mulled Cider - a blend of apples, oranges, lemon, cinnamon sticks, ground or whole cloves, allspice berries, and maple syrup. A comforting and relaxing drink for those cold winter mornings.

Apple Toddy Cider - sweet apple cider simmered with cinnamon and vanilla, and a generous shot of whiskey. A delightful drink for both autumn and winter.

Hot Buttered Apple Cider - hot apple cider sweetened with brown sugar, cinnamon, and topped with butter and spices. This drink warms you from the inside out, making it a nice evening treat when you are not entertaining.

Spiced Apple Cider - a fun drink to make for your family or a holiday meal. It's also an amazing pick-me-up on a cold Sunday afternoon while hanging out watching football.

Orange Ginger Cider - ginger and orange blended together to create a warm holiday feeling. Add some apple cider and aromatic spices, and you have a warm cup of classic cold weather flavors.

Salted Caramel Apple Cider - salted caramel apple cider has a creamy texture that your guests will love. This indulgent drink can be served as an after-dinner treat or even as a dessert topped with whipped cream.

Spice Pumpkin Apple Cider - fall means pumpkins, so why not add them to your holiday cider. A decadent and sweet drink that will appeal to everyone’s taste buds.

Ways to Garnish Your Apple Cider

  • Sliced apples and oranges

  • Cranberries and star anise

  • A splash of whipped cream with a sprinkle of cinnamon

  • Cinnamon sticks with a sprinkle of nutmeg

Kriya Veda’s Favorite Apple Cider Candle: