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Angry Hard Cider Slushy

Angry Hard Cider Slushy

Have one last frozen cocktail this summer

This refreshing, crisp hard cider slushy is the perfect cocktail to bridge the gap between summer and fall.

This recipe is courtesy of Angry Orchard.

Ingredients

  • 5 Ounces hard cider, preferably Angry Orchard Crisp Apple
  • 1 Ounce white rum
  • 3/4 Ounces lime juice
  • 2 1/2 Tablespoons white sugar
  • 4 strawberries (or any other seasonal berries that are available)
  • 2 Cups ice

Directions

Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.

Serve in rocks glass and garnish with a strawberry.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving283

Folate equivalent (total)19µg5%


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


The Best And Worst Angry Orchard Flavors

For years hard cider was something that not too many people were really into. it kind got lost amongst all the other "malternatives," including wine coolers, alcopops, and even the oh-so-'90s Zima (this was way before the era of White Claw). In 2012, Boston Beer Company (makers of Sam Adams) released the first of their Angry Orchard line of ciders, and, according to Paste, it immediately catapulted past every other hard cider on the market to become the nation's best-selling brand.

Eight years later, cider has definitely become a thing, with every hipster bar offering a selection of artisanal apple-based beverages. Angry Orchard may not be the cider snob's beverage of choice, but it is still hugely popular with less brand name-conscious cider drinkers. Angry Orchard has introduced a number of different varieties over the years, some of which have been extremely popular, others less so. At present, the Angry Orchard website lists 11 varieties: Crisp Apple, Crisp Unfiltered, Rosé, Green Apple, Pear, Stone Dry, Easy Apple (only available in the Explorer Pack), and the small-batch Ciderhouse Collection which includes The Muse, Iceman, Strawman, and Walden Hollow. While each one has its fans (and its detractors), the best-rated of these current offerings is the artisanal cider The Muse, while the lowest-rated is Crisp Unfiltered.


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