Spiced Apple Cider Mimosa
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Comment your favorite season in emojis below👇🏼!⠀ ⠀ #ad It’s the first day of fall 🍂 and even though I’ll be hanging onto my summer as long as possible, I had to share a autumn sipper for all you weirdos rushing into fall (you know who you are). Enter Spiced Apple Cider Mimosa 🍎🥂!⠀ ⠀ I used 100% apple cider and @drinkmalabar Spiced Liqueur to add the cinnamony spice! Grab the full recipe on the site today!
This Spiced Apple Cider Mimosa recipe post was made in partnership with Malabar Spiced Liqueur. Recipe and ideas are my own.
Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE Fall and all its holidays. But, I love summer more, so I will always feel some type of way about Halloween candy and PSLs hitting stores and menus before it is truly time. However, I do know that a lot of you live for this season and all the comforting food and drink that comes along with it, so I developed a Spiced Apple Cider Mimosa recipe you are going to love!
For this cocktail, I decided to do a spin on the classic mimosa. Instead of using orange juice, I opted for apple cider, which makes this drink warm and cozy! I also amped up the “Fall-ness” by using Malabar Spiced Liqueur, which lends a punch of flavor from spices like cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves.
This drink is the perfect addition to the pumpkin spiced brunch I know deep down in your heart you want to throw for your girlfriends. But since this mimosa is a bit more sophisticated in flavor, I think it’s also great to drink with dinner or at the end of a long day! Basically what I’m saying is this can be an “anytime” drink.
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Yields: 1 serving
Combine sugar and cinnamon in a shallow bowl. Rim a champagne glass with cinnamon sugar by coating the rim with water then dipping in the cinnamon sugar mixture. Add apple cider, Malabar Spiced Liqueur and champagne to the glass. Garnish with an apple slice and cinnamon stick.