it has to be chilled, of course!
Is it okay to be bi-temperature with regard to this issue?
.It's okay. I suppose I am. But you really should have a stated preference.
Room temperature cranberry juice is nasty. Sorry.
.O ye of underdeveloped palates.
.DON't MISTAKE COCKTAIL FOR JUICE!!!!!
Real cranberry juice is sour like lemons, and no one drinks it. (You can't even find it for sale).What they call "cranberry juice" is always a cocktail with grape juice, apple juice, etc.
.Au contraire, mon ami. These terms are defined by the FDA. Cocktail means it's loaded with sugar and it has to be chilled or it tastes awful.It is true that it's very hard to drink cranberry juice uncut (though doable --- certainly a sipper). Specifically, I mean 100% juice mixes that are mostly cran, but cut, as you say, with apple or grape (and sometimes pear, but white grape is best, imho).
FDA, shmeFDA. You know what I meant. =)Whatever the lawyers call it, "cranberry juice" is always loaded with sugars, whether they come from Grapes or Corn.
.Or cranberries. They're not quite innocent themselves.
Hot, mulled with spices.
.Mm. Now you're talking.
those who like Neil Diamond, and those who don't.
.What?There are people who don't like Neil Diamond?
I really want some cranberry juice now.
I say... just add vodka to it...EITHER WAY!