Breakfast Cider, or A Cider A Day with Breezy Hill Orchard’s Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider

Breakfast Cider. An American tradition in need of a revival.

As part of our A Cider A Day Policy and Cider365 Initiative we suggest cider for breakfast.

A morning mug of cider pairs well with most brunch foods. Bacon, sausage, ham – couldn’t be better. Eggs in all their forms – delightful. Oatmeal and cider – a solid start to the day. Almost any breakfast food is more enjoyable with a mug of hearty cider. For a particularly tasty start to your morning try a nice mug of Breezy Hill Orchard’s Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider. It’s fresh, lively, unfiltered, and full of apple cider goodness. It even carries a tag reminding you it’s alive – and to care for it accordingly.

Of course, cider for breakfast is a tradition best revived on days when attending work, driving a vehicle, or the operation of heavy machinery is not part of the plan.

But as a start to a leisurely day – nothing’s better than Breakfast Cider.

 

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2 thoughts on “Breakfast Cider, or A Cider A Day with Breezy Hill Orchard’s Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider

  1. Not sure how long I’d keep my teaching job if I tried that!

    I saw a shelf tag for Breezy Hill growlers when I visited Murray’s Cheese, but there were none left in the cooler. Must be a popular item!

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  2. Breakfast Cider is perfect for weekend brunch and on days off though! Breezy Hill sells at Union Square Greenmarket on Wednesdays and Saturdays – if you are in the NY area that’s another source. It is an amazingly good cider, and a great choice in lieu of standard brunch cocktail fare.

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