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Liquid Saturday , Part 2.

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There’s a small company in Rollinsford New Hampshire that produces some very tasty hard cider. I discovered them at a bar in NH two years ago and have yet been able to find it in Maine.

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Welcome to part two of the liquid Saturday tour. North Country Cider.

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Housed on the bottom floor of an old mill.

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It was actually a tiny place, not much to see… but we were there, so we drank.

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The flight was interesting. I didn’t care for the cranberry…. but the Wulf Kitty, with tart cherry, tangerine zest and ginger? Ooh la la!

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After drinking our fill we walked around the old mill and realized they must have let the flood waters course right under the first floor back in the day.

Then it was back inside the store.

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Where I bought two four packs of Squashed, their seasonal offering that I had discovered and loved two years ago. Wood fire roasted Kabocha squash cider, with ginger and a hint of nutmeg. It’s bizarre, and quite delicious.

I also picked up a four pack of this:

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I have no idea how it tastes, but with a name like that? How could I not.

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