Beer Nuts and Folkin' Hard Apple Cider: A Perfect Pairing
If you love hard apple cider, you know that it's a refreshing and delicious drink that can be enjoyed all year round. But what if you want to spice up your cider experience with a tasty snack? Look no further than Bonnieheath Estate beernuts with natural ingredients and no preservatives.
Beer nuts are nuts that are coated with sugar and cinnamon for a sweet and crunchy treat. They come in different varieties, such as peanut, mixed, pecan, habanero, honey peanut, and cashew. Each variety has its own flavor and texture that can complement different types of our cider.
Folkin' Hard apple cider is made from Norfolk County fermented apple juice and can has different flavor profiles depending on the apple varieties used, the fermentation process, and the addition of other ingredients. Some ciders are sweet, some are dry, some are tart, some are bitter, some are fruity, some are spicy, and some are complex.
Here are some suggestions on how to pair beer nuts with Folkin' Hard apple cider:
- Peanut beer nuts: These classic beer nuts have a simple but satisfying flavor that can go well with any cider. Try them with a Fresh Apple or True Blue for a contrast of sweetness and acidity.
- Mixed beer nuts: These beer nuts have a variety of nuts, such as peanuts, cashews, almonds, and pecans. They offer a mix of flavors and textures that can match well with a fruity or floral cider. Try them with a Cherry Bomb, or a Harvest Spice, when its in season, for a balanced and flavorful pairing.
- Pecan beer nuts: These beer nuts have a rich and buttery flavor that can enhance the taste of a sweet or dessert cider. Try them with Sweet Lips Cider for a decadent and smooth pairing.
- Habanero beer nuts: These beer nuts have a spicy kick that can add some heat to your cider. Try them with a tart or acidic cider for a contrast of flavors and sensations. Try them with a Cherry Bomb for a sharp and crisp pairing.
- Honey peanut beer nuts: These beer nuts have a sweet and sticky coating that can complement the flavor of a spicy or complex cider. Try them with a Fresh Apple or True Blue for a rich and aromatic pairing.
- Cashew beer nuts: These beer nuts have a creamy and nutty flavor that can pair well with a bitter or tannic cider. Try them with a Sweet Lips Cider for a full-bodied and robust pairing.
No matter what kind of beer nuts or Folkin' Hard apple cider you choose, you're sure to enjoy this delicious combination of flavors and textures.