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Bourbon Cider Cocktail with Sage (Hot or Cold)

Bourbon Cider Cocktail with Sage

Not all treats are for kids. Have a martini. Or…get toasted toasty Bourbon Cider Cocktail (adapted from Northern Virginia Magazine) Ingredients: (for 1 drink) 2 oz bourbon 1 oz spiced apple cider (or 6 oz for hot toddy) Juice of 1/2 a lemon 2 sage leaves (one torn, one whole for garnish) Rim: 2 tablespoons cinnamon 2 tablespoons sugar Directions: 1. Combine the rimming ingredients on a small plate. Using the lemon, wet the edge of a martini glass. Dip the rim of the glass into the cinnamon and sugar. 2. In a shaker, combine the

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torn sage leaves, lemon juice, cider (1 ounce) and bourbon with a handfull of ice. Shake and pour into martini glass. Serve with floating sage leaf. 3. If you want it hot, heat the cider (6 ounces), bourbon (2 ounces or adjust to your liking), lemon juice, and sage in a pot on the stove. Strain out the sage leaves and serve into a mug with a ladle. Notes: 1. See that biscotti up there? That was failed attempt 1,348,727 of gluten free pumpkin biscotti. They were edible but not bloggable. Working on it. 2. Today might be my favorite Facebook day of the year. I love all the pictures of kids in costume! Happy Halloween! Please share!    


5 thoughts on “Bourbon Cider Cocktail with Sage (Hot or Cold)

  1. We always have just a little bit of mulled cider left over … I think that, with this, I’ve found the perfect application! I’m a little afraid of all that bourbon but this might just be the thing to give me a taste for it. Looks so great, and gorgeous too.

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Posted on October 31, 2012


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