Pumpkin Apple Cider Sangria

Happy first day of Fall! To celebrate I have a delicious Pumpkin Apple Cider Sangria.

Pumpkin Apple Cider Sangria Ingredients:

1 Fuji Apple

1 Granny Smith Apple 

2 cinnamon sticks 

1 tsp pumpkin spice 

10 drops of liquid Stevia 

2 cups dry hard apple cider (I used Scarecrow from Far From the Tree) 

1 cup of Apple Cider Juice (I used Good & Gather Old Fashioned Apple Cider)

1.5 oz of rye whiskey ( I used Boston Harbor Distillery Putnam Rye Whiskey)

3 oz pumpkin spice moonshine ( this is optional. I added for taste and I used Corsair Pumpkin Spice Moonshine)

Top of the rest with a bottle of Pinot Grigio and chill over night.

* Important to note, you can use any of the alcohols you have handy. You don’t have to use the brands I used but I did want to tell you what I used so you can know the kind of flavor profile I achieved.

This is not my normal super easy recipe. This one takes time but tastes delicious.

First I cut the apples and put them in a water jug. I add the cinnamon sticks, pumpkin spice and liquid Stevia before I add all the other liquids. The last thing I add is the Pinot pouring in as much as I can till I fill the water jug. I cover and leave overnight. Next day stir and serve with plenty of apples in the glass.

It’s full of spices, and the stevia as well as the cider give it a nice sweet kick. Plus, the apples are delicious boozy. Enjoy! 

Cheers!

Note: The contents on my blog are solely my opinion. To me every palate is different! Although I may or may not like a product, I always recommend for people to try it and make up their own minds.

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