Interesting variety of ciders but very expensive. The people who work there are very nice. Probably worth a visit.
Decided to take a drive to the cider mill late Sunday afternoon, and although we got their a few minutes before they were closing they offered us a full tasting of their various ciders, including a Lavender Apple Cider that I just loved. When we got their, many of their desserts and pastries were sold out so get there early... More
We felt that this place had an 'artificial flavor' to it and we just didn't buy into the dust and ruffles theme that felt like a big box store unpacked. We were hoping for more of an authentic country kitchen/general store feel. The drive to and from, unfortunately, was dismal. The product? Not good enough for our expectations and we... More
We don't know how the Cashmere Cider Mill's venture into hard cider will fare, as it was not being offered to taste in the very attractive shop and tasting room. We are fans of hard cider and natural/unflavored cider, preferably unpasteurized. We thought the prices on plastic jugs of fresh (but pasteurized) ciders were OK, but we thought $12.95 for... More
not to far out of the way, but it was fun learning about how they run the cider mill. Marsha Green the owner was extremely helpful in our tour and educating us about her culinary expertise.and telling us about classes she hold there. The Barn gallery was really neat to see, loved the apple butter shake and outside seating, also... More
This place is so dang cute. You get to drive through cute little Cashmere, through the orchard, to the Tasting room. Abigail greeted us and we got to try the Apple, Pear, Huckleberry and Lavender blends. The Huckleberry was our favorite and we left with a couple bottles. The place is so charming. If you are ever near the area,... More
Buy your cider here if you want...but don't utilize Canyon Hideaway" for lodging! Web site was deceptive and misleading. Hot tub has been down for years, "house" is actually TWO units, so you WILL NOT BE ALONE, there was a rodent in the duct work and a mouse in THE BED! Oh, and the "fully stocked" house didn't have T.P.... More
I dragged my family to Cashmere Cider Mill to satisfy my curiousity - what makes it special to be mentioned in "Food Lover's Guide to the Cascade Loop. When we got there shortly after Sunday noon, we were the only ones there, which created an "oh-oh" on my mind. However, the host - Marsha a.k.a. Lady Blush warmly welcomed us... More
We visited with a tour group and got a great tour along with a generous helping of apple pie and ice cream to accompany opur cider sampling. Great pie, great cider, great coffee, and great people.
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