Cider Mill Cider
A naturally refreshing extraction of freshly squeezed apples that begins in August with the sweet, mellow taste of the early varieties. The flavor subtly changes throughout the season until the deep, full bodied tang of late ripening apples enriches each pressing.
A taste of Nature at her very best!
Fact: Cider must be either pasteurized (brought to 160°F and immediately chilled) or passed through a UV Light Cider Processor. Cider Mill cider has beens UV Light processed since 2016.
Cider Mill Cider Slushies
Our new sweet taste of Fall. Beat the heat with icy Cider Mill slushies.
Cider Mill Doughnuts
Especially delicious soft pastries with a hole through their centers. By joining a finger and thumb in this space, one is able to produce a deft dipping motion into a glass or cup.
The Cider Mill old-fashioned, cake-batter doughnuts tend to be irregularly round, slightly crisp on the outside, and wondrously scrumptious on the inside. We call it, “imperfect perfection”!
Great with coffee, but best with cider.
Available any day:
Plain, Cinnamon, & Powdered Sugar
Available Monday - Friday only:
Chocolate, Chocolate Peanut, Maple, Maple Walnut
Fact: The Cider Mill’s doughnuts are freshly made every day, and all day, as needed. They are never held over or reheated.
Cider Mill Candy Apples
Choice eating apples are punctured through the core with stout wooden handles and coated in sweet, premium syrups. At The Cider Mill, you must make a tough choice from a rainbow of flavors. Buy 3 or more and save money while simplifying your decision...
Available in seven traditional candy flavors:
Caramel, Cherry, Cinnamon, Grape, Lime, Strawberry, & Raspberry.
Fact: We never hide poor apples in a candy coating. You can be sure every Cider Mill Candy Apple began with a premium, unblemished apple grown for fresh eating enjoyment — a very healthy finish to a favorite treat.
Cider Mill Pies
What better complement to premium Cider Mill cider than a harvest-time apple, nut, pumpkin, or fruit pie fresh from the oven? Each Fall, more and more patrons have tasted, enjoyed, and ordered their favorite pies to serve family, friends, and guests.
Available as half or whole 10 inch pies:
Apple Crisp, Harvest Apple Traditional, Apple Carmel Walnut, Pumpkin, Blueberry, Very Berry, Strawberry Rhubarb, Cherry, Peach, Pineapple Upside Down, Raspberry, Blackberry, Apple (No Sugar Added), and Cherry (No Sugar Added).
Fact: Cider Mill Pies are prepared for us by the Gardener family of Gardener Pastries in Columbus, Ohio. Only select ingredients are used, fresh by the season, and in limited quantities. The pies arrive frozen to be baked fresh daily, and as ordered, in The Cider Mill kitchen.
Cider Mill Cookies
Our cookies are available daily in different varieties.
Cider Mill Cheddar Cheese
There are those of us who savor the cross-tastes: sweet & sour, tart & salt, sweet & dry, sweet & sharp. Every Fall of the year, it’s good to have a slice or two of cheese to counterpoint a tartly sweet apple, a cinnamon-spiced apple pie, or a draught of The Cider Mill’s best.
Available by pound pricing:
Fact: It was many years before The Cider Mill found a source for the very high quality cheddars, aged to perfection in round wooden boxes, that seemed to have the subtleties of taste we held in memory. Please, sample for yourself.
Cider Mill Breads
Fresh Breads are available in our bakery on a daily basis in different varieties.
With no orchards of our own, The Cider Mill has always been free to seek the best new apple varieties as they become available. We can also buy where the crop is best. If conditions are off for Spys and Crispins near the lakes, we can look to the Hudson Valley that season, and so on. As a result, our patrons know to expect consistently premium cider from The Cider Mill, as well as the largest and finest choice of fresh-picked apple varieties for eating, baking, or preserving from The Cider Mill Farmstand.
Fact: Apple lovers have become very savvy to the unique flavors, cooking qualities, storage life, and health benefits of the many apple varieties. A few types, such as Granny Smith, do not grow well in New York State. We will only have these varieties in years they can be freshly provided.