Vermont's own Shacksbury Cider seeks to make a seasonal cider using wild apple varieties not traditionally cultivated. Those crooked apple trees hiding in plain site atop every rolling hill and along Vermont's backwood dirt roads produce fruit with incredible diversity.
Introducing the Lost Apple series by Shacksbury Cider and the plethora of flavor not found in most commercially grown apple varieties. This year's Lost & Found Series cider has weighty floral flavor and notes of apricot, salt and wood.
This is the first time Willoughby has been washed in spent lees which is the yeast remaining after the cider's fermentation process. With nice viscosity and a thick aromatic layer, we are introducing a cheese just as unique as the rural landscape from which its roots were grounded in.
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