Here are some common questions asked by visitors and patrons over the years. If you have others, please feel free to contact us.
How old is The Cider Mill?
Who owns The Cider Mill?
How old is your cider press?
Is “pure” cider okay to drink?
What kind of apples do you use to make cider?
Cider lovers often have their favorite apple variety or blend (especially hard cider lovers!). The early ripening apples tend to make sweet, but milder cider. As the season moves on, later and later apple varieties press out as deeper, full-bodied ciders with extra tartness, hints of cinnamon, and other subtleties. The key is to press varieties with the truest characteristics provided by the weather and conditions of that particular year. See if you can detect the shifting flavors throughout each Fall.
Click here to begin learning about apple varieties and their characteristics.