Bristols Original Hard Cider
9 bottles



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  Bristols Original   

Over 55 different varietals of culinary, cider and heirloom apples sourced as far north as Sonoma County down to See Canyon (San Luis Obispo) and blended to perfection. Fruit forward but dry, this refreshing cider is how we think a true classic cider should taste like- earthy apple tones and a bright aroma. Bristols "OG" is made as a homage to the drier English ciders that inspired it into being in the first place. Enjoy this as you would enjoy a fine sparkling wine- chilled and paired with cheese and crackers or with roasted vegetables and poultry. Heirloom hard cider makes a great holiday gift!  Pack of 9 bottles. Each bottle is 1 pint=500 ml (approximately the size of 1.5 standard beer bottles).

 Alcohol Content 7.5% , 500 mL / 16.9 oz.

 

 

 


Shipping Note:   Our cider ships throughout the year Monday-Wednesday of each week.  WA, and OR  considered Central States for shipping/handling cost.  We ship to AK and HI but only 2-day air which would be  $71.17 for 6 bottles and $111.98 for 9-12 bottles. The following states we are not permited to ship;  Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Utah and New Hampshire.  Please contact us for local pick-up. 

You must be at least 21 years of age to order and a signature of someone at least 21 years of age is required upon delivery.  The customer is solely responsible for the shipment of alcohol and is expected to know and abide by their local and state laws.

 

                   Cider sold by Trees of Antiquity LLC.  20 Wellsona Rd. Paso Robles, CA 93446 (805) 467-2509              

                                   

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                                                    We are a GMO Free Fruit Tree Nursery

 

 


This product was added to our catalog on Friday 29 September, 2017.