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Category Archives: Apple Juice
In Britain in the 1960s and 1970s the ice cream van used to bring so-called cider lollies, Lyons Maid Cider Barrel and Cider Quench among them. Buying one outside the school gate seemed a bit daring and a little … Continue reading
Tom Putt is a dual or triple purpose varietal: an eater, a cooker and a cider apple. It’s a traditional Devon variety classified as a mild sharp and produces a clean, thin, dry cider that improves over time but can … Continue reading
The Land We Live In – The Land We Left Behind. Hauser & Wirth, Bruton, Somerset until 7 May Dressed as an apple tree and sitting in an apple store, artist Marcus Coates answers apple-related questions at the Hauser & Wirth … Continue reading
The Royal Cornwall Show 2018 will include a cider competition for the first time at the Cornish county fair. The deadline for entry forms is 7 April. The championship celebrates fast-growing interest in cider-making. It also revives an event dating back … Continue reading
The almost perfect cider apple Is just one type of apple enough to give your cider the necessary complexity and balance of sweetness, acidity, tannin and aromatics? Quite possibly, if it’s a Kingston Black.