Where Bought: Full Throttle Bottles
Where Drank: home
How Found: I saw this was available on their Facebook page, and it sounded interesting. This is my first time reviewing a bottle from One Tree (previously I’ve only tried it on tap).
Cidery Description: Founded in 2014, One Tree Hard Cider has quickly become a well-known, and highly sought after cider in the Pacific Northwest. We believe in bold, flavor-forward profiles using fruit sourced in our home state of Washington. We are naturally gluten-free, and use only the highest quality, natural ingredients. Customers love our bold flavor profiles, with ciders such as Lemon Basil and Caramel Cinnamon leading the pack.
Review of One Tree’s Dark Cherry Cider. I’ve tried a few of their ciders–see here.
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Most Similar to: Other sweeter full-flavored ciders with cherries / cherry juice added, such as from Woodchuck and Washington Gold.
Cider: Dark Cherry
Cidery: One Tree Hard Cider
Cidery Location: Spokane Valley WA
How Supplied: 22oz bottles
Style: American craft cider from dessert apples with cherries added
Availability: This is a new release which appears to be year round, in Idaho, Montana, and Washington (soon to be in Oregon).
Cider Description: Welcome to flavor town my friend. Step into the ring with a cherry hard cider that drops the press (get it?!) on the apples and makes them ride passenger! This is what cherry cider is supposed to taste like, bold & delicious. Lift your pinky finger cider friends! This one is for you!
An off-dry cider, seductively bittersweet and bright with delicate honey aromas and a tangy finish. Bronze medal recipient at the 2017 GLINTCAP competition – Modern Cider.
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A semi-sweet cider with rich floral apple blossom aromas. Juicy and balanced with a tart finish. Bronze medal recipient at the 2017 GLINTCAP competition – Unlimited Cider and Perry.
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An elegant, off-dry cider infused with Colorado lavender, local honey, juniper berries, and rose hips. Fragrant floral aromas and a touch of honey finish with an earthy dryness. Bronze medal recipient at the 2016 GLINTCAP competition – Hopped/Herbal Cider.
Solanum lycopersicum) Vigorous regular leaf plants covered in clusters of 1″ round cherry tomatoes. Dusky purple-black fruits bursting with rich flavor—sweet and complex. Indeterminate, 65-75 days from transplant.
Green Thumb Tip
Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun.