Thursday, October 6, 2011

Cinnamon Toast Cocktail


Happy Thursday and welcome to Ladies Night at The Slow Roasted Italian!  Today we are celebrating my birthday.  The big 4-0!  So grab a cocktail and party!!!!

Tonight's feature cocktail is the Cinnamon Toast.  The Cinnamon Toast cocktail is a blend of warm apple cider and delicious spiced rum, while a cinnamon sugar rim adorns the glass. This is the perfect cocktail to enjoy as you celebrate the beginning of Fall.  Enjoy!


Cinnamon Toast Cocktail
12 ounces Apple Cider, warmed
3 ounces Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon sugar
1 cinnamon stick, to garnish

Combine the cinnamon and sugar on a plate that the rim of your glass will fit on.  Wet the rim of your glass with the cider or rum.  Spin the rim of your glass in the cinnamon sugar.  

Combine the cider and rum in your glass, garnish with cinnamon stick.  Enjoy!


Click here for a printable version of this recipe - The Slow Roasted Italian.com 

 

16 comments:

  1. This sounds like the perfect fall drink. Anything with Cinnamon Toast in the name is going to be a huge hit with me!

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  2. Happy Birthday! Just hopped over from Mary's blog!

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  3. Donna, this sounds delicious!!!
    Happy Birthday, young lady!!! Enjoy it!

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  4. Sounds amazing but that picture says it all, fantastic...
    Take care

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  5. Oh my I'm so going to have a fall girls night where we carve pumpkins and drink these. Looks amazing!

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  6. Oh, Donna, this looks like a fabulous cocktail! SO pretty. Happy, happy birthday!!!!

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  7. This sounds yummy....I love a warm drink with a little booze mixed in..."it tastes so good when it hits your lips" (name that movie:-))

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  8. That looks scrumptious...do you deliver?

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  9. Hi! We made this last night to taste before serving at our dinner party. I did no like it at all with that much cinnamon rimming the glasses. Did you really intend equal parts cinnamon and sugar to rim the glass or is that a typo? Typically the ratio is 1 Tablespoon sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon....

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  10. Just connected to your site via Greg's.

    Great looking seasonal drink and one that I'm sure my wife would enjoy. Thanks for sharing and a belated happy birthday.

    Cheers!

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  11. This drink sounds amazing! So glad I found your blog... I've fallen in love with it. I'm your newest GFC follower!

    http://steaknpotatoeskindagurl.blogspot.com

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  12. Rum is from Latin America, and Apples originated out of Asia. I'm perplexed why "Italian" is in the name....and I am Italian.

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  13. Sorry I see, the blog carries the name, not the drink. Sorry

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