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Backyard Fierce: Top 8 Warming Hot ‘Happy Hour’ Drink Recipes!

Planning on throwing a party in your backyard for fall? We have the top 8 warming hot Cider recipes you can use at your next big backyard party!

It is no secret; cold weather is on the way! It is time to exchange our frozen drinks for warmer but just as delicious  ‘Happy Hour’ drinks!

Do not just settle for plain apple or mulled cider! Spice it up! Give your hot ciders a twist this Fall! Gather your family, friends and a few warm blankets! Below are your top 8 cider recipes!

Hot Buttered Cranberry Cider

This drink is a crowd-pleaser! It contains cranberries, dark rum and butter. Add a little honey and cinnamon to give your cider drink a delicious depth of flavor! Your guests will love it!

Hot Apple Cider with Rum


Love traditional apple cider? Then you will love this Apple Cider with nutmeg, cinnamon and dark rum! Make it ahead of time with a slow cooker! Your home will be filled with the warm and amazing smell of Fall!

Buttered Spiked Cider

If you are a brandy lover, you will love this drink! Butter and brandy in a mug is spectacular! It is sweet and full of warm goodness! It is the best cold weather happy hour!

Cider Smash

Why is it called Cider Smash? Because it is sparkling cider and bourbon that will give your nose and taste buds a grand smash! It is a great drink for fall and winter weekend brunches! You have to try it!

If you want to learn what the rest of the Top 8 Warming Hot ‘Happy Hour’ Drinks are about (including non-alcoholic), read this article from Reader’s Digest.

Serve these drinks in your backyard this fall! We are sure your family and visitors will love them!

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