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Drinking apples

In bars and at parties around the country, the cider revival is alive and kicking. So much so that you’d be forgiven for thinking that alcoholic cider is relatively new to our drinks menu. It might surprise you to know that when the Romans arrived in England in 55 BCE, the locals had already mastered the craft of making cider from apples. And remember Johnny Appleseed? Well, the orchards he sowed across the United States were originally grown for cider, not

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