Prep 7 mins
Cook 0 mins
From an old church cookbook "What's Cookin' in Down East Maine". So used to hot ciders my family welcomed the change-thought you might too.
- Combine juices and, when ready to serve, add ice and ginger ale.
This is a nice combination of flavors. Made for BT.
A nice fruity combo with a touch of fizz, very nice, thanks!
I made this wonderful drink for a tailgate party. Very easy to make! I did have 2 possible additions for the attendees to choose from, Vodka or Rum. I made a double batch and came home empty. Everyone LOVED this drink. This was so very good, the little ones and DD's enjoyed the "no additions" version as much as the indulger's liked their mixed edition. We will be using this as a hot beverage for our annual Halloween party. Julie B's-Thanks so much for a versatile recipe!