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I added 2T of sweetened consensed milk (I had left over from another recipe). OMG!!! It tasted like butterscotch discs had melted on my tongue good! Move over warmed cider...You've been replaced!

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ddean1257 January 30, 2011

I doubled the brown sugar (sweet tooth) and added milk for more of an Irish Creme drink. Gosh this was good. I think I'll make this at Christmas instead of warm cider. Thanks for sharing.

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Cheley April 08, 2009

Smooth drink, but definitely needs more than a dash of cinnamon. I used 1/2 teaspoon, and then added a dash of ground cloves. Thanks for posting.

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Scribbler515 July 05, 2007

A quick and easy way to fix a warm comforting drink. The "dash" of spices were a bit weak, I felt. Would definitely increase them to a more specific amount. I'd also consider adding at touch of cloves, if you like them. Thanks for sharing!

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) March 04, 2005

Easy, sized right (for two on a cold winter night), and uses the microwave! My kind of recipe. I need better rum, and I think I'll play more with spicing, though cinnamon and nutmeg was a great start. I didn't garnish with lemon. Hmmm, maybe I'll have to try that tomorrow night ;-).

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basya January 12, 2005

Great drink. We used it when we were chilled and felt a cold coming on. Really good on a cold winter night.

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PEGO January 30, 2002
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