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5 Ciders to Drink This Winter

5 Ciders to Drink This Winter

It’s that time of year here in New England when the days are short and the nights long and cold. What better remedy for the chilly winter nights than a tasty seasonal cider? We’ve put together a list of five ciders that are perfect for cozying up with on a winter evening.


Apple Hill Cider from Shacksbury

With its notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, citrus, and grape, Apple Hill Cider has a lovely, cozy feel to it, making it the perfect cider to sip away on while watching the snow fall outside.

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Tuned Up from Stowe Cider

Opting for notes of cranberry and orange over mulling spices, Tuned Up is a fun twist on the traditional winter cider.

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Cellarman’s Reserve - Maple Strong Cider from Far from the Tree

On cold winter evenings, Ramsay and I often whip up a couple mugs’ worth of maple hot chocolate, as maple has such a warm, comforting feel to it. With its notes of maple, Cellarman’s Reserve - Maple Strong Cider is a natural choice for us on dreary winter nights.

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Feels Like Home from Artifact

Just looking at a can of Feels Like Home, with its red flannel design, makes you feel warm and cozy. Its notes of rum and apple further that sense of coziness.

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Winter Blend from Downeast

Cinnamon, nutmeg, oak, and apple: Winter Blend has a classic combination of winter flavors.

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Farnum Hill: Semi-Dry Cider

Farnum Hill: Semi-Dry Cider

Windfall Orchard: Farmhouse Perry

Windfall Orchard: Farmhouse Perry