Pear cider was once considered the King’s champagne. It’s nowadays difficult to find. On the contrary to its cousin the apple, the pear is a slow crop. It is planted for the next generation. “Plant pears for your heir”. They say that a pear tree takes 100 years to grow, 100 years to give fruits, and 100 years to die. Pear trees were almost wiped out of Normandy in the big storm of 1999. Only a few people stubbornly planted them back to perpetuate their family traditions.
It contains 4,5% alcohol. Bottle 75cl
How to Use
In Winter, use in vegetable soups with a touch of sweetness like carrot, pea or leek soups, especially with a little cream. Fresh-tasting salads with peas, broad beans or fennel suit in Summer.
Hand-picked pears, fermented naturally, non-pasteurized, bottled without additional sugar or sulfites.
Store in a cool, dark place, and keep out of direct sunlight.
100% organic pears
Country of Origin