National Mulled Cider Day is a holiday dedicated to a drink that will warm you up in cold weather. When it’s fall and drizzling, sit in a comfortable chair, cover yourself with a warm blanket, and enjoy the aroma of apples, cinnamon, and nutmeg. It is time to celebrate the feast of mulled wine.
Fall has come, which means it’s time to take cider, add your favorite spices and orange zest and meet the cool weather in a great mood. It is difficult to determine exactly which drink is more popular – pumpkin spice latte or hot cider. This drink often marks the end of summer and welcomes the fall. In Ancient Greece, culinary specialists figured out how to deal with low-quality wine or cider – it was heated and spices were added.
- Given Americans’ fondness for apples, it’s no surprise apple cider mulled wine has attracted particular interest. The first cider factory in the United States opened in 1780, and is still in operation.
- Charles Dickens wrote about mulled wine in his work, A Christmas Carol, in 1843.
- Bring the cider to a boil before adding fruit or juice.
- Spices will be more aromatic if they are roasted first.
- It is best to make mulled wine over low heat.
- If the drink seems too sweet for you, add lemon juice.
How to take part
Congratulate your friends with gift baskets containing ingredients for mulled wine. Organize a party and treat your friends to this delicious drink. Meet fall with beautiful decor – decorate the house with flowers, fruits, and vegetables. Volunteer at a shelter or donate medicine and clothing. Take care of your immune system, drink vitamins, and eat more fruits and vegetables.
When is National Mulled Cider Day in 2023?
National Mulled Cider Day is observed on September 30 each year.