Kadel's Hallmark Shoppe
Plaza North Shopping Center
1800 Ft. Harrison Road
Terre Haute, Indiana

(812)466-6771 or (800)583-3838
Recipes Using Cider Spices
Cider or Apple Juice   Serve hot or cold.
    1 gallon Apple Cider, natural or filtered
     or 1 gallon Apple Juice (inexpensive brands work great here)
    1 carton Spice Mix, start with half and add to taste up to one carton.
Tea   Serve hot or cold.
    1 gallon Tea
    1 carton Spice Mix, or to taste
A variation: 3 parts tea to 1 part orange juice.
Spiced Toddy Serve hot.
    6 Tbsp. per Liter (Brandy, Whiskey, Rum)
    For a smaller amount, use 1 1/2 Tbsp. mix
   per cup of liquor.
Wine  Serve hot or cold.
    1 1/2 Liter Red Wine
    1 carton Spice Mix, or to taste
     For a smaller amounts, use 1 1/2 Tbsp.
     mix per cup of wine.

More Delicious Ideas:
Put in a shaker and sprinkle on toast, or oatmeal
    Try it in your apple or pumpkin pie recipes and adjust spices
    Add to apple bread or other recipes
    Add mix of choice to a drink of equal parts of apple, orange
    and cranberry juice- mixed and warmed.
    Stir in warmed grapefruit juice.
    Add to a mixture of ginger ale and cranapple juice to taste.
    Mix with wild berry drink and club soda.
    Mix with fruit yogurt, orange juice, banana, pineapple
   and ice in a blender.
    Add to sun teas (regular or herbal).
    Sprinkle on cappuccino hot milk froth.
    Add some to hot apple cider and Tuaca Liqueur.
    Sprinkle spice on Southern Comfort over ice.
    Stir into hot apple cider and rum.
    Mix to taste with hot pear juice.
    Add to club soda and apple cider on ice.
A delicious and classic combination of spices which makes ordinary  cider, apple juice, wine, tea and brandy extraordinary.
No cooking is necessary. The  spices dissolve completely, so it is perfect for hot and cold drinks, as  well as for baking.

Use your crock pot to keep ready-made with a bonus- your home will fill with the wonderful aroma spices and the surround you with the fragrances of the season!