5 Hot Drinks You Can Make With A Splash Of Apple Cider
- Ritisha Garg
Updated : June 03, 2022 09:06 IST
Dropping off some apple cider cocktails, you can relish in this cosy season.
Cider is made from fermented apple juice, an alcoholic beverage. It is an ancient beverage that dates back to when Julius Caesar attempted to invade Britain in 55 BCE. He found the native Celts fermented crabapples during this period. Ciders have had a long history, passing from one era into another. Cider was first made from crab apples, ancestors of the bittersweet apples used by today's cider makers. In present times, the flavour of cider intensely varies. It can be characterized as either sweet or dry. A sweet or low alcohol cider may tend to have an apple's solid aromatic and flavour characteristics. At the same time, drier and higher alcohol ciders tend to produce a broader range of fruity aromas and flavours. Some ciders are cloudy and foamy in look, while others are crystal clear. They are generally colourless or brown in the shade when talking about their colour. Apple cider is used to make a wide array of cocktails. So be it any drink, and apple cider makes a fantastic addition to everything. We are here to perk you up with some good drinks in this nippy weather. Here is a mini list of apple cider drinks that can be added to your winter collection.
1. Hot Buttered Cider
This hot buttered cider is a classic take on the original hot buttered rum.
2. Apple Cider Hot Toddy
Have you tried making a hot toddy with cider yet? This apple cider hot toddy is made with bourbon, honey, spices and a dash of apple cider.
3. Chai-Spiced Apple Cider
Are you looking for a drink that offers a rich taste of apple cider and aromatic flavours of your masala tea? Then, this drink is the one for you.
4. Hot Pomegranate Apple Cider Drink
Infuse pomegranate juice with apple cider to make this warming cocktail in this cosy weather.
5. Hot Apple Cider Vinegar Tea
Brew this apple cider tea that acts as the best detox drink.
Blend these drinks and get ready to feel all warmed up.