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This was very delicious and quite refreshing! It gave the cider a "little lift" (I tasted them side by side). I was really suprised how good tasting it was, the ginger ale didn't take the apple taste away at all. I think this recipe will be an excellent one for use with ciders that have been pasteurized (and lost a little flavor as a result- most grocery store ciders are this way). Thanks for a great recipe!

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Sue Lau September 15, 2002

Wow!! What a treat! I made up a batch last night for Thanksgiving dinner today - well, it didn't last an hour. Everyone got into it. It was delicious. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe.

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AudreyJo Boviall November 28, 2002

This is great, I'm going to make it for our Thanksgiving dinner this year too.

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unclemitch November 19, 2002

I made this for a baby shower in October and everyone really enjoyed it! It couldn't be any easier to make! I put some apple slices in the bottom of a bowl and froze it to float on top of the punch. It really looked nice.

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JaneK October 22, 2002

YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY!!!! Loved it and it was all I expected and more...thanks so much for putting it on thi site! I think next time I will maybe try some lemon wedges in it too!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ September 17, 2002

I make this every year for my holiday cookie party. Served in a punch bowl and I garnish with apples and oranges thinly sliced.

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