Some of the ingredients may be hard to find depending where you live. If you have access to local wheats, you may want to play around with them and figure out which ones make the best combination in support of the taste of apples. Mike says he makes the apple syrup himself by reducing one gallon of apple juice to about a pint. Mesquite powder is available online but rather expensive. If it isn't readily available where you live (from what I heard it is easier to source in the US Southwest than in other parts of the nation or the world), you may just want to skip it. If your cider bread doesn't turn out to taste just like Mike's, it'll still be fun to experiment with and tasty, not to mention spectacular looking if you decorate it as he does.
For those of you who are using BreadStorm (including the free version), please click on this link to import the formula.
I work on a Mac and my spreadsheet program sometimes botches the display of Excel formulas. Since it was the case with Mike's, I sent the file to my friend breadsong (an Excel wizard) who kindly sent me the screenshots below. Please refer to the bottom one for Mike's detailed instructions. Thank you, breadsong!