It is somewhat hard to believe that Eden Ice Cider in Vermont has only been at it for about seven years. And yet, in that time the ice ciders produced by Eleanor and Albert Leger have become the most sought out and most highly prized examples of this unique form of cider made in the United States. While it’s true that very few cideries are producing an ice cider, the reviews of their current batch below demonstrate these are not just big fish in a little pond. The ice ciders produced at Eden Ice Cider are world-class dessert ciders easily able to be substituted for nearly any dessert wine produced anywhere in the world.
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As you can see from the last cider list, Eden also makes dry, sparkling cider. It’s their first and a beautiful effort. Additionally, Eden produces two very unique aperitif ciders, one infused with herbs, the other with bitters and red currant.