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AUTUMN APPLE CIDER
The true essence of autumn can be found in a mug full of apple cider. The spices, the warmth and the familiarity will remind you of the changing season.
1 gallon Apple Cider (preferably Filtered, But Not Necessary)
½ cups Brown Sugar
2 teaspoons Allspice, Whole
3 teaspoons Cloves, Whole
4 sticks Cinnamon
2 dashes Nutmeg
1 whole Orange, Cut In Half