Cider is a drink made from apples, fermenting its juice and with an alcohol content of between 3 and 8 degrees. It is basically made in Spain, France and Germany. To make cider, certain specific steps must be followed, starting with the harvesting of the apple, the grinding, the pressing, the fermentation, the racking and finally, the bottling. In Spain it is basically made in the Cantabrian mountain range, where there is a great tradition and it is made by hand, serving from the bottle to the glass separating them at a great distance, so that the liquid is oxygenated and its aromatic characteristics increase. Cider is also made in France, being the one with the lowest alcohol content (3rd). In Germany it is called “Apfelwein”, and it is a lighter and more bitter cider.

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