The Cider House Rules – But These Ciders Don’t

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For my Tuesday column on Taste T.O. this week, I took a break from beer reviews and pub profiles to write about three ciders that have recently been added to the pitiful selection available at the LCBO.

Unfortunately, while they’ve slightly increased the quantity of ciders available to Ontarians, I found that they didn’t do a lot in terms of quality. One is absolutely dreadful, and while the other two are drinkable, they’re certainly nothing to get too excited about. Feh.

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3 responses to “The Cider House Rules – But These Ciders Don’t

  1. i need to find a quality cider. any thoughts?

  2. woodpeck – Depends on where you live. Here in Ontario, the selection is pretty poor, as noted in my Taste T.O. post linked from above. The only ones that are halfway decent are Stowford Press from Weston’s in England, and a couple from County Cider in Prince Edward County.

  3. Bulmers/Magners is the staple cider in Ireland… I was weaned on the stuff!

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