Their apples are grown in nearby orchards, pressed into juice down the road, and fermented into cider at their cidery in downtown Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
Tasting Notes ... Annapolis Cider Company’s Earl Blue is very tea driven, ending strongly on that flavour, to the point you ask yourself if you just had an iced tea with a splash of apple juice. The blueberry is a secondary flavour but it blends a nice fruity aspect to it. It is very full-bodied with a lot of different aspects to evaluate for the senses. Cider and tea together, isn’t that just every British person’s dream?