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A Bit of Spice, A Bit of Nice

Photos By: Ella Calhoun

The fall season typically conjures images of pumpkin spice everything: lattes, baked goods, and even candles. Pumpkin spice gets a lot of hype for its ability to signify the gradual changing of the season and the warm and cozy feelings it brings, but apple cider-flavored items, while largely underrated, bring feelings of comfort and nostalgia. To get a break from pumpkin spice and feel a renewed sense of nostalgia, try this apple cider mimosa recipe.

Servings: About 4

Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients needed:

  • One 750 milliliter bottle of champagne or prosecco
  • 1 cup apple cider
  • 2 tablespoons of sugar (for garnish)
  • 1 tbsp. ground cinnamon (for garnish)
  • Melted caramel (for garnish)

Step 1: Start by pouring caramel onto a small plate or shallow bowl.

Step 2: In a separate plate or shallow bowl, combine the sugar and cinnamon.

Step 3: Take a glass of choice, preferably a champagne flute, and dip the rim in caramel. Then dip the caramel-coated rim in the cinnamon sugar mixture.

Step 4: Fill glass of choice a quarter full with apple cider.

Step 5: Top the rest off with champagne or prosecco and enjoy.

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