Traditional Recipes

Today we bring you a list of traditional recipes for fans of cider.

 

Waldensian Spritzer – Mix equal parts Sparkling Cider and Waldensian Wine over ice.

 

Lee’s Traveler – Fill a 6 oz. glass with 1.5 oz. vodka. Add crushed ice and fill glass with Sparkling Apple Cider or Sparkling Scuppernong. Garnish with a slice of apple.

 

Apple Pie Eyed – Pour 1.5 oz tequila in a highball glass. Add ice and fill with a good cider – if you’re near South Carolina, try adding Carolina Cider’s cider. Garnish with a lemon peel.

 

Stone Wall Jackson – Pour 1.5 oz of bourbon into a tall glass with ice. Fill with Sparkling Apple Cider.

 

Hot Pippin – In a saucepan, heat 2 bottles of Sparkling Apple Cider to just boiling. Remove from heat. Add 2.5 cups of dark rum. Ladle into mugs. Add a teaspoon of butter, a cinnamon stick and a whole clove to each. Serve at once. Makes 10 servings.

 

Virgin Pippin – For a hot non-alcoholic treat just heat Sparkling Mulled Apple Cider and garnish with a cinnamon stick and whole clove for added flavor.

 

Red Delicious Punch – Pour 2 bottles of Sparkling Apple Cider into a punch bowl. Mix in a quart of cranberry juice. Float a frozen ice ring and garnish with sprigs of fresh mint.

 

Bruised Apple Punch – Use the above recipe for Red Delicious Punch and add a quart of light rum.