Feb. 13, 2015 – Original Sin, a line of dry ciders from upstate New York, has just released the latest in its series made from heirloom apples. Northern Spy Dry Cider has shipped to the following markets: New York, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Washington, North Carolina, Florida and the District of Columbia. Sold on draft, it will probably be available only through April. It will be priced at the higher end of the cider spectrum at $8.00 to $10.00 for a 10-ounce pour.
Original Sin’s widely acclaimed dry ciders are available in 32 states, South Carolina and Arizona being the latest markets to open. Medal winning flavors, in addition to apple, include Pear, Elderberry, Apricot and the heirloom trio of Newtown Pippin, Northern Spy and Cherry Tree. The latter is a combination of heirloom apples and tart cherries.
For more about Northern Spy and the company’s founder, Gidon Coll’s quest to save our heirloom apples check out our Blog post Original Apple for Original Sin Cider. You can also find more product details at www.origsin.com.