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vancof86 | Sep 12, 201609:41 AM     9

We moved from Michigan almost 2 yrs ago and now that it's fall, I'm really missing cider and donuts. I've looked for authentic apple cider donuts to know avail and tried a few ciders I've found, but all have been too sweet and not had the crisp tart flavor found at a cider mill. I just tried one from Kroger, thinking it might be decent since they are based in Ohio, but it's very watered down. The closest I've found is the honey crisp cider at Trader Joes. Decent, but not as authentic. Are there any brands in Georgia that are like cider you find in the Midwest and northeast?

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