By Jeff Alworth, Lydia Nichols
Cider has turn into the recent "it" drink, with quite a lot of kinds stoning up on eating place menus and at local bars all over. candy, tart, glowing, still—cider has many excellent (and occasionally unforeseen) characteristics. yet the way to pick out? For this gateway consultant, writer Jeff Alworth traveled to France, England, Spain, Canada, and the U.S., asking questions and ingesting each number of cider he may possibly locate, leading to a compact but finished evaluation. an amazing advent to this complicated and constantly fresh beverage, Cider Made basic will supply imbibers the instruments they should select the cider that's correct for them.
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Cider Made Simple: All About Your Favorite New Drink by Jeff Alworth, Lydia Nichols