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5 cups of good apple cider
1/4 cup of ginger syrup
One can of ginger ale (you can use sparkling cider instead of ginger ale if desired) – or even sparkling mineral water for a less sweet drink
Cinnamon sticks and candied ginger for garnish

In six glasses, place 2 tablespoons of the ginger syrup in each glass. Fill the glasses with ice cubes.

Mix the cider and ginger ale and pour over the ice. Stir so it becomes cold and garnish with cinnamon sticks and candied ginger.

 

- Recipe courtesy of James T. Farmer III

 

 

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