Showing posts with label cider. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cider. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Hot Caramel Apple Cider

Click below:

I've never tried flavored vodka of any kind, though if they sell the green olive variety, I'm all over that (currently [and apparently] too lazy to check).

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Pumpkin Cider

From Woodchuck...
Not bad.  VERY sweet.
I mix it with Zeigler's spiced apple cider and it's pretty noice.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Spiced Cranberry Cider

If you live near a Trader Joe's, pick up some of their Spiced Cranberry Cider and Spiced Apple Cider. Mix those two together and heat them up on the stove.... no cinnamon sticks required.

Thanks, Trader Joe's. Your employees may make me a little uncomfortable, but I love your products.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Private Reserve Pumpkin

Every once in a while you know you stumble upon something glorious. That something just so happens to be our Private Reserve Pumpkin. We have combined our signature taste with a refreshing pumpkin finish. Limited to just two and half hours on the production line this is a true connoisseur's cider.

And I've called some stores in my area...and nuthin.

Thanks, Stacy, for the heads up. I had no idea such a thing existed. I'm a big fan of Woodchuck cider so hopefully I can find some of this.

Monday, October 5, 2009


Woodchuck Draft Cider, Vermont’s premier hand-crafted hard cider, launches Woodchuck Fall Cider – the 2009 Fall Season Limited Release. The unique taste and aroma of Woodchuck, not found in any other hard cider, results from century old hand-crafting techniques… The 2009 Woodchuck Fall Cider begins with apples that are pressed to juice, fermented and then cold-filtered. Then master cider maker and creator of the original 1991 Woodchuck recipe, Greg Failing, performs his personal touch with an attractive bouquet of autumn spices starring cinnamon and nutmeg. Creation of this season’s limited release is completed while Failing balances out the taste with a hint of American white oak.

Thanks, Necrobones, for the heads-up. I can't wait to try this.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009


I was looking for a neat cider recipe and ended up on a site for Scotia, New York. It featured a 2008 schedule for cider and donuts at the local firehouse. Pretty neat. Then I saw it - a blurb at the bottom of the schedule:

We are asking that all residents celebrate Halloween between the hours of 4 P.M. and 8 P.M. on Friday, October 31st, 2008.We would ask that children complete their "Trick or Treating" and that residents turn off their front porch lights at 8 P.M.

I'd be ruined in that town. Ruined.

Scotia, NY link.

A recipe for hot buttered cider.