Enjoy a Relaxed Afternoon with Tieton Cider Works Dry Cider Blend Paired with Spanish Cheese and Salt-Topped Pretzel Bread!

Capture the moment of a pleasantly lazy afternoon with cool and crisp cider from Washington State’s Yakima Valley, a platter of cheese, apples and pretzel bread!

 

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Our schedules are so busy during the week that when the weekend arrives, we like to chill! After biking or a long walk thorough the neighborhood, one of our favorite things to do just to hang out together and enjoy a plateful of cheese, bread and cider!

Tieton Cider Works Dry Cider is a great accompaniment to my favorite Spanish Cheeses, Manchego and Iberico. Pretzel bread is now available everywhere and we just LOVE it and how it pairs with the cheeses.

Tieton’s Dry Cider Blend is clean on the palate with flavors of tart green apples and fresh citrus. It’s pleasantly mouth-watering and pairs perfectly with my favorite salty,nutty and creamy cheeses from Spain. It is also delicious paired with lemon-roasted chicken or baked halibut with capers and lemons. Pretzel bread can be purchased at Whole Foods and they will even slice it for you. The combined delicate saltiness of the bread with the creamy cheeses paired with Tieton Blend Dry Cider is AMAZING!

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Tieton Cider Works Ciders are made with freshly pressed juice from their own varieties of apples at Harmony Orchards in the Yakima Valley of Washington State in the Pacific Northwest. Their blend of American, English and French varieties of apples produces the blend necessary for the complex flavors in the ciders.

Next time you toast, Toast with Cider from the Pacific Northwest!

CHEERS!

 

 

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Lisa Mays

Lisa is passionate about wine and holds the WSET Advanced Certificate (Wine and Spirit Education Trust of London). She will be pursuing her Diploma Certificate through rigorous on-going studies and plans to attain the prestigious Master of Wine designation.

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