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Cider Apples

Cider Apples are grown solely for their juice, which is used primarily for making alcoholic cider. Making cider is similar to making wine, but because apples have less sugar than wine grapes, Apple cider has a much lower alcohol content than wine. In the early days, before refrigeration and freezing, apple juice was commonly made into cider for long-term storage. Juice from cider Apples can also be used to spice up non-alcoholic Apple juice.

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Amere de Berthcourt M-26

Amere de Berthcourt M-26

A popular variety in French cider orchards, Amere de Berthcourt's bittersweet juice is used for making alcoholic cider or adding body to sweet cider. Easy to grow and productive, Amere de Berthcourt bears good crops of greenish-yellow fruit with a pink blush.
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Amere de Berthcourt M-7

Amere de Berthcourt M-7

Amere de Berthcourt is one of the best cider varieties. Easy to grow and productive, Amere de Berthcourt bears good crops of greenish-yellow, tart-sweet fruit with a pink blush.
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