National Hot Mulled Cider Day is an unofficial holiday that is celebrated annually on September 30th. This day is all about enjoying the delicious taste and aroma of hot, spiced apple cider, a popular fall and winter drink in many parts of the world.
Hot mulled cider is made by heating apple cider with spices such as cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and allspice. The spices infuse the cider with their warm and cosy flavours, making it the perfect drink for chilly autumn and winter days.
To celebrate National Hot Mulled Cider Day, people may choose to make their own mulled cider at home using their favourite recipe, or visit local cafes and restaurants that offer this delightful drink on their menus. Many fall festivals and fairs also feature hot mulled cider as a popular beverage choice.
In addition to its delicious taste, hot mulled cider is also associated with several health benefits. Apples contain antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients, while the spices used in the drink are known to have anti-inflammatory properties and may aid in digestion.
Overall, National Hot Mulled Cider Day is a time to enjoy this delicious drink, share it with friends and loved ones, and celebrate the fall season.