I’m always happy to profile a cider – though the one I’m writing about today, I’ve never tried!
I got an email from the folks at Summerland Heritage Cider Company, a brand new operation in.. heh.. Summerland, BC.
Unfortunately, I don’t make it into the interior all that often (maybe once a year, if I manage to brave the Coquihalla) so I will have to wait on trying this one out.
But I wanted to give a heads up to anyone who CAN get their hands on it.
From the website:
“We really wish that our product list was longer, but to describe us as a “micro-cidery” would be generous. Our cider apple crop was quite small in this, our first year of production. The volume of these apples will increase in the coming years as new trees come into bearing. This will allow us to offer you a variety of ciders in the future but for now we offer only our signature selection:
Tuesday’s Original is a modern take on classic English cider. Gently sparkling, this off-dry, full-bodied cider is rich in flavour with soft tannins and a lingering finish. 7.7% alc.”
Sounds good to me!