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Cold Hollow Cider Mill

3600 Waterbury-Stowe Rd., Waterbury, VT - (802) 244-8771
Posted By Michael Kaye on 4/26/2011 9:41:00 PM
Cold Hollow is worth a stop. There is a short video describing how the apple cider is made. Free samples are available. It's slightly commercialized with many products besides cider. Cold Hollow is close to Ben & Jerry's.

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Apple Cider
Apple Cider Donut
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A cup of hot cider along with a few apple cider donuts make a perfect Vermont snack.
"A cup of hot cider along with a few apple cider donuts make a perfect Vermont snack."
Cliff Strutz





Rows of apple cider donuts waiting to be bought and consumed. Don't worry about freshness, they were just made that morning.
"Rows of apple cider donuts waiting to be bought and consumed. Don't worry about freshness, they were just made that morning."
Cliff Strutz


If you get there early enough in the day, you can watch the donuts being made.
"If you get there early enough in the day, you can watch the donuts being made."
Cliff Strutz


There are plenty of non-donut baked goods available for sale.
"There are plenty of non-donut baked goods available for sale."
Cliff Strutz


Help yourself to the apple cider, either hot or cold.
"Help yourself to the apple cider, either hot or cold."
Cliff Strutz


Although not nearly as busy as the other big factory tour (Ben & Jerry's) down the street, Cold Hollow Cider Mill is still a popular tourist destination.
"Although not nearly as busy as the other big factory tour (Ben & Jerry's) down the street, Cold Hollow Cider Mill is still a popular tourist destination."
Cliff Strutz


Not sure about the 'Agri'-tainment, but we thoroughly enjoyed our visit.
"Not sure about the 'Agri'-tainment, but we thoroughly enjoyed our visit."
Cliff Strutz



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