Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Woodchuck's Michigan Local Nectar Cider

Over the years, I've spent a lot of time in the state of Michigan, going to summer camp as a youth and exploring the mitten as an adult. If I could move and had to choose to stay in the Midwest, I'd look for a home in Michigan. Great nature, agriculture, and a burgeoning food and drink scene that is well-supported by locals and visitors alike. I jumped at the chance to try Local Nectar, a cider made from only Michigan State apples by Vermont's Woodchuck Hard Cider. The only negative is that you'll need to head to Michigan to taste this.

Woodchuck's Michigan Local Nectar Cider

This version of Local Nectar is the second, after the initial Vermont apple version, with red and golden delicious apples from Northern Michigan. It has a nice aroma of fresh apples, is crisp, not too sweet, light and refreshing on the palate. Nice simple cider and the only way to improve it, IMO, is to source organic apples.

This cider was provided for tasting purposes - all opinions are my own.

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