Dry hard apple cider with floral and citrus aroma. Dry slightly bitter finish.
Apples are among the most genetically diverse fruits on the planet. Each seed contains a unique genetic code such that if you plant it, the fruit from the ensuing tree will be nothing like that of it’s mother. Traditionally, American hard cider was made from native apples trees that were considered too bitter to eat on their own. Most old time cider was not sweet, but rather emphasized the bright and brilliant natural acidity in these apples. Many dry ciders are aged in oak barrels and taste great both still or carbonated.
- ABV: Medium to high alcohol
- Color: Light to caramel
- Glassware: Libbey hard cider glass
- Temperature: 40 oF
- Food Pairing: Think anything you cook with apples as an ingredient - pork chops, butternut squash, roasted vegetables