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I saved this review for November because this drink just goes beautifully with holidays and special occasions. This is THE hot drink you need to serve at all of your Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s get-togethers. Not only is is delicious, it’s unique and everyone gets a kick out of the extraordinary.
What is Hot Ruby?
Originally created by the late Ruby Faye, Hot Ruby is made from a special family recipe. Unlike typical cider, this drink is made out of cranberry, pineapple and citrus juices along with an exquisite blend of spices. Not only will the house smell delicious while it’s simmering on the stove, but it will warm the souls of your guests with its goodness.
What makes Hot Ruby different from other ciders?
• Fresh and homemade, Hot Ruby use the same ingredients and steps as Ruby Faye did 45 years ago
• Cranberry based with pineapple, hints of citrus and infused with cinnamon and cloves
• No artificial dyes or preservatives
• Hot Ruby is versatile making the possibilities endless; it’s the ideal base for both non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks
• It’s a special treat everyone in your family will love
Hot Ruby can be consumed by all ages. Originally made to serve hot, it can be prepared over ice or used as a mixer with your favorite alcohol. Hot Ruby also offers tasty drink recipes for you to experiment with here.
The story of Ruby Faye starts in the 1950’s when she and her husband Roy established their home together on a South Plain Texas farm. Her delicious twist on cider would fill her home with its irresistible scent. Made with fresh cranberries and tons of love, it instantly became a family tradition during the holidays.
It’s a feast for all of your senses. Not only is it gorgeous (in and out of the jars it comes in), the fragrance in your kitchen as it’s heating on the stove is a beautiful thing. (You can also simmer it on the “warm” setting in your crock-pot for large crowds – and for a Heavenly smelling house.)
Find ordering information here – this is a sure fire way to make your holidays even more delicious!