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We love apple cider. But we really love spiked apple cider — and your friends, family and neighbors probably will, too.
That’s what makes this spiked apple cider the perfect holiday gift. Instead of giving the ones you love something that will sit in a closet, you’re giving them a cozy night in with a warm and festive cocktail.
Now that’s merry.
Here’s how to assemble your bar-in-a-jar gift.
You’ll need the following:
To assemble, put everything but one of the mini-sized whiskey bottles in the Mason jar. Attach the other bottle to the Mason jar with rustic twine.
Complete the package using one of our "Bar in a Jar" printable tag or sticker templates which has the spiked apple cider recipe on it. Print the tag template out on brown kraft paper. The "Bar in a Jar" sticker templates are designed to be used with Avery 2" x 2" round stickers (for wide mouth jars) and 1.5" x 1.5" round stickers (regular mouth jars).
To make your gift extra special, use JarJackets to “wrap” your Mason jars. Sure, they look cute, but they also make it easy to hold onto the glass, whether you’re sitting by the fireplace or going for a walk around the block on a pretty wintry night.
Even better, JarJackets are 100 percent non-toxic and made from earth-friendly materials.
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