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Fine Cider: Understanding the World of Fine, Natural Cider by Felix Nash

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Fine Cider: Understanding the World of Fine, Natural Cider by Felix Nash

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Fine Cider: Understanding the World of Fine, Natural Cider by Felix Nash

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In this book esteemed cider merchant and advocate Felix Nash looks at the history, the styles, the varieties of apples, the processes of cider making, the regions that produce fine ciders, how cider partners perfectly with food and of course gives you a list of ciders that you need to try before you die!

Think you know about cider? Well think again. It’s not about the swill you guzzled as a student, or the so-called “flavoured ciders” that don’t actually contain any apples.

The contemporary cider scene is an exciting place to spend some time, as passionate makers celebrate tradition while also embracing seasonality, innovation, and experimentation to produce characterful drinks that are quite remarkable.

Fine Cider looks at this modern cider movement, charting its beginnings and introducing some of the key players in fine-cider making, as well as guiding you through the characteristics of different apple varieties, the cider-producing regions around the world, the processes and techniques of cider production, how cider is an exceptional partner with food and, of course, recommending ciders you need to try.

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“Great, as described, reasonably priced, arrived really quickly, thank you.”

Rachel Moulstone

“Great, as described, reasonably priced, arrived really quickly, thank you.”

Rachel Moulstone