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Carolina Cider Company
81 Charleston Highway
In addition to good cider from local apples, this little shop sells jellies and jams, fruit syrups, pickled okra and hot chow chow, black-eyed pea relish, and praline mustard glaze. Other available groceries include she-crab soup by the can, grits and rice by the half-pound bag, boxes of pecans, and bags of benne wafers. Two kinds of boiled peanuts are available -- warm, of course -- for snacking right away: regular and Cajun-spiced.
91% Approval Rating (
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Black Cherry Cider
Peach Cider (half-gallon)
Muscadine Grape Cider
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"Looking to slake thirst on the way to Parris Island, we stopped in the Carolina Cider Company and drank ourselves silly. Not on anything alcoholic, mind you, but on the squeezin's of Muscadine grapes to be sure, as well as of apples, cherries, and peaches. This little ..."
June 12, 2005
"We discovered this place on a drive from Charleston To Savannah a few years ago and we always make a special trip to the Carolina Cider Company on our yearly visit to Charleston. The ciders are tasty, but it's the jams, jellies, butters and conserves that bring us ..."
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81 Charleston Highway, Yemassee, SC
Hours & Policies
Open Year Round
Always Call Ahead!
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"Pure cider -- no sugar added -- is available year around from the Carolina Cider Company."
"Cherry and Muscadine grape cider were featured attractions when we drove by in late September."
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"On the porch outside the store, these rockers look like an excellent place to sip a jug of cider and snack on boiled peanuts."
"We didn't see much more to the town of Yemassee than this cider store. Heading south on Highway 17, it's just before the turnoff for Parris Island."
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