How About Tieton Cider Works Sweet Blossom Nectar Cider Paired with Freshly Baked Blueberry Pie and Vanilla Bean Ice Cream!

Next time you serve dessert, pair it with Tieton Cider Works Cider!

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Juicy Blueberry Pie, a perennial summertime favorite, paired with Tieton Cider Works Sweet Cider is a mouthwatering match for your favorite desserts from your bounty of local berries!

There is nothing that defines summertime and comfort food more than a berry pie made from scratch with the berries that you picked this summer.  The best part is that you probably have berries in the freezer so you can serve this while the summer heat is still on OR for the upcoming autumn months. This pairing would complete a fall evening dinner and would be a grand end to a Thanksgiving feast!

Tieton’s Cider Works Blossom Nectar is pleasantly sweet with aromas and flavors of juicy, fresh ripe apples from the Pacific Northwest. Hints of vanilla and juicy honeydew melon dance around in your mouth with the effervescence from the fermentation. The sweetness is delicate,like honeysuckle, and is balanced with the acidity that is produced  from the blending of a variety of apples from the Pacific Northwest.

Blossom Nectar Cider pairs well with blueberry pie and vanilla ice cream and also pairs well with a any dessert,  local creamy goat cheese, spicy foods such as Thai food or a rich and savory wood-oven pizza from your favorite artisan pizza restaurant!

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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 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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