Originally Posted by Albionwood
You mean apple juice!
(Srsly, this Prohibition-era confusion over what "cider" means has got to end... we could just rejoin the rest of the civilized world and use "cider" to mean only the fermented product)
I agree! But in our supermarkets, what is sold as "apple juice" is nothing like the taste of fresh pressed, from-the-farm "cider" that tastes the way apple juice is supposed to.
My grandson, after helping crush and press, went into the house to taste the juice. His face lit up, and he exclaimed, "This is so good!" He is three years old, and used to store bought apple juice.
I think it would be harder to describe apple juice made the way we did to most Americans used to Mott's! But using the words "fresh cider" means the good stuff.