This is Part 2 of the chat at Farnum Hill Cider.
In this chat, we delve into tasting 7-ciders with the team at Farnum Hill Cider. Steve Woods, whom along with his wife Louisa D. Spencer founded Farnum Hill Ciders, first explains how this tasting, which takes place 3-4 times per week, is conducted.
The descriptors fly, laughter follows and somehow despite tasting 7-ciders the team is able to stay on task and get their notes completed as they work towards perfecting their cider.
We then head back up to the orchard with Nicole Leibon and Steve to finish our chat from last week. We explore terroir and discuss the cider market. Soon Louisa Spencer arrives to join in and Nicole heads home.
This chat is a treasure trove of cider info and a front seat to a chat where we wrangle with what is currently going on with cider, how Farnum Hill is maneuvering the market and misconceptions on cider apples.
Cider topics covered in this chat
- Will the cider market crash?
- What can we find out from the craft beer market?
- What defines Farnum Hill Cider?
- Should cider be saved for special occasions?
Contact and Visiting info Poverty Lane Orchards & Farnum Hill Ciders
98 Poverty Lane
Lebanon, New Hampshire 03766
Fax: (603) 448-7326