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Made from the grandmother trees and self-willed feral trees growing on our MOFGA certified organic saltwater farm in Downeast Maine. This is hardcore wild ferment apple cider for purists. We grind and press the apples, then make it in ceramic crocks ( no plastic). Note: Bottle shape may vary between those seen in main image. Both bottles are 8oz.
Made in Maine, USA
About Smithereen Farm: Smithereen Farm is a MOFGA certified organic farm located on Cobscook Bay, on Maine’s border with Canada. The 150 acre farm and 60 acre blueberry lands are located end of the Leighton point peninsula, famous for a tidal whitewater phenomena called “Reversing Falls” - a place of majestic natural beauty and critical habitat for migrating birds- it’s well suited for organic farming and wildcrafting on both land and sea. We tend a large collection of heritage fruit trees for hard cider and vinegar. We also manage herb gardens, gather wild ocean seaweeds, make jam from woodland and hedgerow fruit, coastal roses, and collect + air dry meadow and forest herbs for tea, tinctures, cushions, condiment and soup mix… We own and manage a MOFGA certified patch of wild Maine blueberries for U-Pick and jamming, and about ¼ acre of strawberries and cane fruit. We harvest chaga mushrooms in our birch forests, and have begun a small oyster and seaweed farming operation in Schooner cove just out back of the farm.
*Seven Sisters Certified, Small Batch, Family Owned, Woman Owned