The Honeycrisp apple has become one of the favorite apples each fall. So the idea to market an apple cider containing honeycrisp apples is a great idea. That idea was done by Litehouse. This company makes a wide range of products from dips to cheeses. They also make several varieties of apple cider. I found the cider at Sam's Club. They were giving free samples of it, so of course I tried it and was compelled enough to buy a gallon. Now don't be mislead, this cider isn't 100% honeycrisp apples, it is just 100% cider. Honeycrisp apple juice is the first ingredient listed. The rest of the apples used is a mystery to the consumer. The bottle says the cider has been cold-pressed for the best flavor.
I am used to drinking farm fresh cider, so I am not as big about buying cider from the grocery store. But I admit this is a pretty good cider for store bought. It has a sweet honey like flavor, like you would expect from a cider containing honeycrisp apples. It also has a good geniune apple flavor. It does not taste watered down. This is a nice alternative to farm fresh cider.
Where to Buy
I purchased my gallon sized cider at Sam's Club. You should be able to find them in Sam's Clubs nationwide.
I had a sample of it at Sam's Club. It was very good. Went back to get some, and were gone. This need to be sold all the time. Not just for the holidays.
Bought the Honey Crisp Apple Cider at SamsClub about 1-1/2 weeks ago, then went back to get more yesterday and they have another kind that replaced it. I asked everyone where is the Honey Crisp Apple Cider to no avail, then the manager looked it up for a group of us looking and said they don't have it and won't be getting anymore. Where can I get a case of this? It is the best ever. Please help me. Thank you
Sam's Club is the only place I have seen it myself. It's a seasonal item, so you may be out of luck getting more this year. Wish I could be of more help.
I just realized i had a gallon on the shelf that said use by Feb 12, 2011. Taste okay but I am wondering if I should throw it away?
It is probably totally fine, but I don't know if I would run the risk.