So I basically took every item in my fridge that could be included in a hard cider recipe and made what I call the, "WTF is this cider". It includes cider (obviously) sugar (different kinds), malt sugars (usually reserved for beers), hops- 1 oz. of cascade pellets (wtf), salt (non iodized), montmorency cherry concentrate, cranberry juice, more sugar and 12 oz of raw molasses. This stuff looks like motor oil to start with and it smells.. well.. different. Not exactly sweet but not bad. I added a couple camden tablets to kill the wild yeasts two days ago. Then, 48 hours later some pectic enzyme to help clear it and finally the yeast ( a white wine yeast) and some nutrient. Has anyone experimented with molasses with any ciders that they've brewed? What happened? Did it turn out well? I have this fantasy that, when this thing is done, I'll discover some awesome recipe that no one has ever thought of but I just don't know what to expect. Any opinions?