The OrchardsRead More...
This is a 21st-century apple farm with a 19th-century variety mix. Just like old-time market growers, we sell a broad range of apple varieties valued for particular purposes. Their colors, shapes, textures and flavors amaze our fall visitors as early-ripening varieties are followed by mid-season and late varieties, every one differently delicious! Also, like orchards […]
About Farnum Hill CidersRead More...
On Farnum Hill, we use the word “cider” to mean an alcoholic beverage fermented from particular apples, just as “wine” is fermented from particular grapes. (Fresh apple juice is – well – fresh apple juice, or ‘sweet cider.’) Cider is a word that covers an enormous variety of adult beverages made from apples. Our style […]
Drinking CIDER, Eating FOODRead More...
Do you have “how to drink” questions about cider? About correct choice of glasses, maybe, or best cider occasions, or food-pairing rules? Hmm. We’re not sure rules increase pleasure. Yes, certain persons may still use wine lore to impress (or embarrass.) But wine-lovers, as distinct from wine snobs, are over all that. Here’s Ntsiki Biyela, […]
Our own Louisa Spencer took on Boston’s rush hour early Friday, September […]
Spanish ‘sidras’ are raising buzz over here – being in the biz […]
Here’s a cool summer idea hatched at NH Liquor Commission HQ: put […]