Gimme a Giveaway Winner: Shabby Apple

We’re knee-deep in installing the new hardwood floors, which look amazing so far, by the way.  So, we’ll keep the brief.  For the Shabby Apple giveaway, we asked your favorite fall drink.  I’m obsessed with Starbuck’s Caramel Apple Cider.  Seriously, love it, without whipped cream.

Jenn, the winner of one beautiful necklace, loves pear cider.  I’ve never tried that, but it sounds interesting.

Hopefully we’ll be back later this afternoon with a floor post.

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3 thoughts on “Gimme a Giveaway Winner: Shabby Apple

  1. I hope this doesn’t ruin the magic of the Caramel Apple Spice, but honestly it’s just steamed Tree Top apple juice with Cinnamon Dolce Syrup (which you can buy for $6.95/bottle or try making this recipe (though I might leave the flour out, since they say it has a weird consistency).

    1. Hi Cait,

      I used to work at Starbucks, so I know that’s it’s really just apple juice, cinnamon syrup and a drizzle of caramel, but it’s so much better when they make it. 🙂 Just like going to a restaurant. You might be able to make something similar, but their’s is always so much better. Or is that just me?

      Thanks!!
      Amanda

  2. Haha fellow ex-baristas are everywhere! 🙂

    I definitely feel that way about some things! Generally speaking the drinks we make at home (we have an espresso machine, and I sometimes buy syrups) taste just as good as ones from Starbucks, but every once and a while I just want an iced caramel macchiato from Starbucks.

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