Eating and drinking frozen apples

Ice wine has been a hot ticket the past few years, but apples freeze too. So why not frozen cider? That’s what a Québec cider factory thought too.  La Face cachée sells apple ice wine, which certainly makes a very Canadian gift. But why not turn it into a uniquely Canadian experience on Snow Day? They invite the public to tour the orchard and cider-making facilities, participate in the harvest, and even taste the frozen apples right off the trees. What could be more Canadian than that?

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