Apple Cider Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

Cider gets kicked up a notch, with and without alcohol

Cider gets kicked up a notch, with and without alcohol

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Smartly composed drinks with complex flavors are everywhere and we couldn’t be happier to showcase them, especially when we’re challenged with a delicious theme: apple cider.

Cranberry Apple Cinnamon Martini

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We can’t resist a good flavored martini, especially when it’s made with cider. This one has a nice seasonal kick to get you going. 

Apple Cinnamon Spiced Margarita

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Ah, the margarita: a classic that has been updated so many times in so many ways. This rendition, made with apples and cinnamon, is perfect for cocktail parties. 

Hot Apple Jammy Recipe

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This cocktail reminds us of a liquid version of apple pie. Who could ever resist that? No, really, who?

Fireball Cider Car Bomb

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“Car bombs” are typically served around St. Patrick’s Day, but they get a new seasonal spin with Fireball and cider

Spiced and Sparkling Apple Cider

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Celebrating the New Year with Champagne is traditional. Turn that tradition on its head by adding some spiced apple cider to your standard toast. 

Apple Cider Mimosa

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Ah, the mimosa: the quintessential brunch drink. We love this apple cider spin on this great staple morning sip. 

Sparkling Apple Cider

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Apple cider by itself is bright and yummy. Adding in some sparkling water makes for a bubbly (and healthy) twist.

Slow Cooker Apple Cranberry Cider

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Anything that can be made in a slow cooker is ideal for cold weather; just add and let it simmer. Why should apple cider be left out of that treatment? We’ll take two

Cranberry Apple Spritzer

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The big two flavors during the winter months are apple and cranberry. We love this spritzer, which showcases both perfectly in a refreshing way. 

Apple Cider Float

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Floats aren’t exactly traditional during the winter months, but they’re still a delicious treat, especially with apple cider