A use for Cider Jack

We’ve had a couple bottles of Cider Jack in our fridge for nearly a year. Not sure how they got there, somebody must’ve heard we were into cider and brought them. People who take traditional cider seriously don’t consider CJ worthy of the name; it’s way too sweet and bears little resemblance to the dry, unfiltered stuff we make. But I discovered an acceptable use for it yesterday – it makes a decent float when mixed even parts with TJ’s vanilla ice cream in a glass mug.

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One Response to “A use for Cider Jack”

  1. Ken Says:

    I’ve also found floats are a great way to consume mediocre carbonated beverages. (Wouldn’t repeat the Moxie float, though.)

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