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Inspired by the Roman Goddess of Apples, this still cider is a concentrated elixir hand crafted by freezing then slowly fermenting a single varietal of crab-apple, yielding a dessert-style cider with apricot and confectionery notes. Made with certified organic apples per PACS 16-259
17.0 % alc./vol.

Dry  Ó Ó Ó Ó Ó   Ó Ó Ó Ó Ó    Ó Ó Ó Ó Ó    Ó Ó Ó Ó Ó    Ó Ó Ó Ó Ó  Sweet

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Product Description

Size: 375 ml
Alcohol: 17.0 % alc./vol.
SKU: 761932
Packaging: Clear glass ice wine bottle. T-top closure with a capsule finish.

Inspired by the Roman Goddess of Apples, Pomona is a concentrated elixir crafted by freezing then slowly fermenting crabapple juice, yielding a dessert cider with apple and confectionary notes. Raise a glass to the Apple Goddess!

The Story:
Sea Cider’s Pomona is named for the Roman Goddess of Apples, which seems a fitting tribute for this decadent and richly concentrated cider. Our Pomona is crafted as an iced cider by first concentrating the natural sugars of late harvest certified organic crabapples through freezing the juice. A cool fermentation using a Sauterne yeast is followed by a two year aging process in stainless steel to achieve a silky mouthfeel and soft fruit notes of apricot and peach. Both the acidity and alcohol are high to balance the confectionery flavours. Truly a cider fit for a deity.

Tasting Notes:

  • Appearance: Amber.
  • Aromas, flavours: Confectionary notes with hints of orange, apricots and cloves.
  • Acid/sweetness: Balanced, intense concentration of sweetness and acidity.
  • Mouthfeel: Still, viscous, rich, long sweet finish.

Suggested Food Pairings:
May be enjoyed with dessert or as an aperitif. Try with walnuts and pecans, salted chocolate, rich pates and aged cheeses.


  1. :

    We first discovered “Pomona” two summers ago when we visited. Since we both grew up in Pomona, California, we knew we had to bring some home for our friends and family. Love the sweet taste and it was a great gift. Our “Pomona” (Goddess of Fruit) was known for it’s many citrus groves (Navel Oranges).

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