Boiled Cider and Cider Jelly
Boiled cider and cider jelly are traditional farmstead products made from the concentration of fresh, unfermented cider. Dating back to the earliest European settlers to this country, they were vital to inland New England farmers as sweeteners. The product is dark like molasses but with the consistency of maple syrup. It has the clear, concentrated apple flavor and a caramelized sweetness balanced by sharp acidity. Despite deep historical roots in rural New England, these products are largely unknown today.
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