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Apple Falls Cider Company

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Marquise_LA wrote a review Jul. 2019
Toronto, Canada148 contributions35 helpful votes
A family farm with the bonus of excellent ciders! Tasting room has small patio. To round out your visit enjoy soup & sandwich and take home fresh veggies. Farm animals and a corn maze too.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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BKatieB wrote a review Nov. 2018
36 contributions10 helpful votes
I gave 2 stars but not because the experience was poor - we never got the experience and were left very confused. We drove here specifically based on the online presence of Apple Falls Cider Company and their inviting posts stating they are open for tastings yet when we arrived the desk was deserted. There were a lot of staff in the attached store that were not helpful when we were looking for some more information. We waited around a good while just in case the cider staff had stepped away from the desk for a bit but no sign of anyone. Perhaps outside the summer season it would be worth a phone call or quick message to check they are open before making the drive.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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bigdoubled71 wrote a review Aug. 2018
London, Canada3,075 contributions129 helpful votes
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We stopped at Apple Falls Cider Company to try some of their ciders. Apple Falls has a large selection of great ciders. We enjoyed and purchased their heritage and premier cider. Their Premier cider is a traditional clean and easy drinking cider which is very good. The heritage cider is made by adding maple syrup and my wife's favourite. Apple falls is definitely worth the trip as it more off the beaten path.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Cruiser698113 wrote a review Aug. 2018
Miami Beach, Florida3 contributions1 helpful vote
These guys are great! Having been the County Cider Co in PEC as well, I’d recommend Apple Falls Cider Co over them-AFCC really spends the time to explain their fermentation processes and the different yeasts used to create their ciders!! Plus their ciders are amazing! Highly recommend!!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Jimmy P wrote a review Jun. 2018
Montreal, Canada119 contributions42 helpful votes
We tasted all the ciders. I liked the hopped kambucha but i wouldn’t buy 3.9% cider. I prefer it 6-7% but my partner feels the opposite way so we bought some. We didn’t try beekeeper as they were down to the last few bottles. The premier act II and the heritage (with maple syrup) were my overall favourites. Both were dry and delicious. $7.50/ 500ml or $6.50 each if i buy 4+. The 10o% pear cider was great. It was not sweet like other pear ciders i have tried. It is $25/750ml and worth it IMO but for $26 I’d rather buy 4 x 500ml act II or premier. There was also a vintage cider from 2016 I believe. Around $25 also for 750ml. Don’t quote me on the price of this one. It was drier than premier and act II, and if money was no object i would have bought only that. But like i said before for $26 i’d be happier with 4 x 500ml bottles. EVERY CIDER WAS GREAT. GO HERE!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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