A Celebration of Heirloom Apples and Artisan Ciders

To promote American artisan foods, the U.S. State Department hosted an event in 2009 featuring heirloom apples and a diverse sample of hard ciders.



heirloom apples - Arkansas Black
Arkansas Black, one of 50 varieties of heirloom apples displayed at the State Department event, have tremendous flavor and disease resistance. 
PHOTO: ROB CARDILLO
heirloom apples - Hard Cider
Hard cider was once America’s most popular beverage, and now cider makers around the country are reviving interest in this great tradition. 
ROB CARDILLO
Cortland Apples
The flesh of Cortland apples is juicy, fine-grained, tender and white, and it’s slow to oxidize when exposed to air. 
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