Also known as sweet apple cider. Made by crushing several apple varieties into a pomace, then pressing out the juice. Tiny apple solids in the juice darken when exposed to air, giving cider its distinctive caramel color.
Apple cider is opalescent or opaque due to the fine apple particles in suspension, and may be tangier than conventional filtered apple juice, depending on the apples used.
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
Traditionally served on Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, it is sometimes heated and spiced or mulled.
Conserving and Storing
Avoid storing Apple Cider inside the refrigerator and do not place it to direct sunlight as well. Extreme temperature may affect the taste and quality of the apple cider. Just place it in cool and dry place without the reach of children.