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Combine all ingredients in a large stock pot, except for the alcohol, and bring to a boil.
Remove the mixture from heat and let cool to room temperature. Once the mixture is completely cool, add in the alcohol.
Transfer to sterile mason jars (I use 5 of the big 2000+ ml jars). I also divide up the cinnamon sticks so that each jar has 1 or 2.
The apple pie is ready for consumption! (Though it gets better if you let it mellow for a couple of weeks.) It can be served heated or chilled. Remember to drink this with caution! For the amount of alcohol in this, you really can’t taste how strong it is; it’s so smooth!
I recommend storing the jars in a dark, cool room.
This recipe was given to me after I received a gift of the mix one Christmas. You can create this in a smaller quantity for yourself or prepare a large quantity and package as holiday gifts. It’s very economical for those “extra” gifts and it’s tasty too! Who can resist a piping hot cup of cocoa on a chilly winter evening?
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