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I love the smell of mulled tea and cider cooking on the stove. It makes the whole house smell wonderful. For this recipe, you’ll need fresh oranges, cinnamon sticks…and a few spices. Plus, be sure to use reverse osmosis water to achieve the best taste possible. Enjoy!
Mulled Tea and Cider
|Kinetico Reverse Osmosis Water||1 qt.|
|Earl Grey Tea||6 bags|
|Apple Cider||1 cup, diced|
|Fresh Oranges||1 orange, sliced|
|Fresh Ginger Root||2 TBSP|
|Cinnamon Sticks||3 sticks|
- Add the water and cider to a sauce pot with the tea bags and bring to a boil.
- Add all the other ingredients and boil for 1 minute.
- Reduce flame to a low and simmer for 15–20 minutes.
- Strain through a fine mesh strainer and serve.