National Hot Mulled Cider Day is celebrated on September 30th of every year. Hot Mulled Cider is a traditional beverage. Sip it slowly as is the perfect combo for any chilly day. Welcome the winter and fall with the National Hot Mulled Cider Day celebrations.
“By the time of the Civil War, there were many kinds of apples growing across the United States, but most of them didn’t taste very good, and as a rule, people didn’t eat them. Cider was cheaper to make than beer, and many settlers believed fermented drinks were safer than water. Everyone drank hard cider.” – John Seabrook
History of National Hot Mulled Cider Day
The history and origin of the National Hot Mulled Cider Day are anonymous. Hot Mulled Cider is a traditional winter drink prepared by heating the apple cider to almost boiling and then adding brown sugar. Spices like cinnamon, orange peel, nutmeg, mace, cloves, and other spices are also added and then simmering it. The delightful drink is a perfect match for the fall. Cider usually refers to non-alcoholic fermented apple juice in many parts of the world. Sometimes the hard cider is an alcoholic beverage that is made out of the fermented apple juice. The winter drink is usually served during the year-end holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Other Celebrations on September 30
September 30 is also celebrated as
- National Mud Pack Day
- International Translation Day
- International Podcast Day
- Ask a Stupid Question Day
How to Celebrate National Hot Mulled Cider Day
Celebrating National Hot Mulled Cider Day is very simple. Arrange for a party during the evening and serve Hot Mulled Cider for your friends and family. You can even mix up alcohol to make it an adult beverage. Post and share your Hot Mulled Cider celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #NationalHotMulledCiderDay.