Wood’s Boiled Cider
The Wood family had been making Boiled Cider since 1882. They grind and press apples on the farm’s orginal screw press to make sweet cider and evaporate it in a wood-fired stainless steel evaporator. Concentrated cider with no sweetners or preservatives added. One gallon of sweet cider is evaporated down to about one pint of Boiled Cider.
Cooks use it in a number of recipes from pies to applesauce to salad dressing to port or chicken dishes. Try it over yogurt, ice cream, or pancakes.
1 pint/16 ounces in glass jar with screw top lid.
Made in Springfield, Vermont.