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Glen Hill Orchard Apple Cider


Apple Cider
All-Natural & All-Local
Sweet - Crisp - Refreshing
Specially Blended for the Season

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Made with a special blend of apples from the grow season, this filtered cider is a delicious and nutritious beverage that you're sure to enjoy! Serve chilled or warm! Use in cooking or mull it for a special occasion.

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Mulled Cider Recipe via Debra Maslowski

Cook 30 mins

Total 30 mins

Yield 1/2 gallon


  • ½ gallon apple cider
  • 6 cinnamon sticks
  • 12 whole cloves
  • 5 allspice berries
  • 2-3 slices fresh ginger
  • ⅛ teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • 1 cotton muslin bag with drawstring
  • non-reactive saucepan


  1. Pour cider in a pan and heat on medium.
  2. Place all the spices in the muslin bag and pull the drawstring closed. Float the spices in the cider and simmer.
  3. Add sweetener as desired or leave it out if you wish. Stir to dissolve. Simmer for at least 30 minutes, or more if you want to concentrate the flavors.
  4. When ready to serve, turn off heat and remove spices. Seal spice bag a container and freeze for next time. (Mulling spices can be re-used 3-4 times before they begin to lose flavor.)
  5. To serve your cider, place an orange or apple slice in a mug along with a cinnamon stick. Pour hot cider over this and sprinkle the top with cinnamon. If you wish, you can add a dollop of bourbon or rum. Serve hot!


Apple cider is acidic and will react to aluminum or other pans of this sort. Use a stainless steel or ceramic coated pan when making mulled cider.

Glen Hill Orchard

 The Bogardus Family established what is now Glen Hill Orchard as, appropriately enough, Bogardus Orchard, on the hills comprising the Kokosing Gap southeast of Mount Vernon in 1912.  The orchard was instrumental in Ohio apple variety breeding and promotion of "hand-fruit" apples in the state as well. Today Glen Hill has 22 varieties of apples, and grows peaches, Asian pears, sweet and tart cherries as well. 

An Advertisement from Newark Advocate Oct 1971

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