Reverend Nat’s Providence Traditional New England
Providence Traditional New England is a vinous and spicy hard cider following a classic recipe dating from early 1600?s Colonial America. It is fermented with lots of raisins, dark brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg and has been sitting on oak for at least ten months. Served room temperature and free of carbonation, it makes the ultimate mulled cider and is a perfect antidote to cold winter weather. Fully dry. ABV 9.8%. Available as a limited-release winter seasonal.
Made from fermented apple juice, cider comes in a number of varieties. English cider is dry, with fruity, tannic qualities and low carbonation. This can be found cask-conditioned in England. Normandy is another major cider-producing region, with a sweeter, more effervescent, very complex style. Ciders produced elsewhere are often sweet, simple beverages for mass consumption, though there are some good English-style ciders in North America and Norman-style ciders in Quebec.