The charming warming character of Cider House Select™ Spiced Apple Cider is perfect for the shorter days and cooler nights. Experience the essence of the fall harvest with a complex and elegant character full of apple, cinnamon, and a hint of spice. Sip, smell and savor the rich, aromatic fall flavors that warm you from the inside out. This cider is enjoyable chilled or as a warm mulled cider.
A refreshing, spritzy alternative to beer—mouthwatering cider with a boozy twist is delicious and lacks the bitterness of ale.
Striking a balance between scrumptiously sweet and tartly dry, hard cider carries an easy-drinking 5-7% alcohol content.
Served lightly carbonated, cider pairs exceptionally well with food. Fresh cheese, leafy greens, seafood morsels and anything slow-cooked, smoked or barbecued will perfectly complement the boozy apple nectar of fall.
Cider House Select™ Spiced Apple Cider is a crisp beverage enjoyed by beer and wine lovers alike.
This 6 gallon recipe kit is deliciously packed full of flavor, with juice made from apples ripe for the picking.
Note: All Cider House Select Kits require the addition of 2 pounds of corn sugar to reach their full alcohol potential
- Details & Instructions
3.0 / 5.01 ReviewOverall its pretty good. Before drinking you should stir it in the bottle to get the sediment mixed up a little, otherwise you don't get the full flavor and its more like a watered down sparkling apple cider than a spiced cider. Its still a little on the lighter flavor, but pretty good. I gave it a three because I couldn't do 3.5. If it was more full bodied I would give it easily 4-5 stars. VERY EASY TO MAKE.November 24, 2016
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 4 answersDoes this kit come with the yeast? Or does it need to be purchased separately? If so which is recommended?BEST ANSWER: These kits do include yeast. It is located inside the bag of juice.Can the cider kit be put on tap or does it have to be bottledBEST ANSWER: I'm no expert, but here is what I have picked up. You can keg a cider. In fact it's one of the easier ways to do a carbonated cider. I understand natural carbonation in the bottle is a bit tricky not to end up with bottle bombs. The problem is in the shank and faucet. Cider is acidic and will apparently leach metals from the faucet and shank. The solution is either a plastic or stainless shank and faucet. I have wine on tap and replaced one of my taps with stainless. If you don't want sparkling wine/cider you will need to dispense with Nitrogen or keep the pressure really low.