Organic honey variety - African Bronze

Posted by Najwa on Dec 6, 2018 11:52:00 AM


We have shared why being certified organic is an integral part of who we are at Fire Cider. But did you know that in addition to the whole raw, organic produce that goes into every bottle of Fire Cider, the honeys we use in our Original and African Bronze blends are certified organic, too? They sure are! Because we want to be sure that every drop of our flavorful tonics is the result of sustainable practices, we searched for the best tasting, raw and organic honeys we could find, and are here to let you know more about them!

When we add African Bronze Honey to our Fire Cider base of organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar, roots, fruits, and spices, magic happens. A smooth, full-flavored tonic with hints of toffee, smoke, and spice is created. In every sip, you’re empowering your taste buds and your health—and the livelihoods of beekeepers in Africa.

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Community Spotlight: the Holiday Shindy at Shire City Sanctuary

Posted by Najwa on Nov 29, 2018 11:39:00 AM

 

photo: Eric Korenman Photography

The holidays provide so much to look forward to: time to spend with friends and family, special seasonal food and drink, and the traditions that offer us comfort. For the past 12 years, here in Pittsfield MA, the Holiday Shindy has been a convergence of everything we love about the season, and one of the most highly anticipated local events of the year

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The sweet story of our organic honey

Posted by Najwa on Nov 19, 2018 10:13:00 AM

 

Spicy. Sweet. Tangy. Here’s to the flavor that started it all: Fire Cider Original! While there may be a variety of ways to enjoy it, fans all agree that the organic wildflower honey used in our Original blend is one of the best things about it.

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Topics: paleo, News, Our Story

Bigger IS Better!

Posted by Sara Delaney on Nov 15, 2018 1:40:14 PM

When we originally launched our Growlers, we thought it would be kinda fun to have some giant bottles of Fire Cider out in the world. Turned out there were a quite few super fans who were drinking their way through 16 oz bottles so fast that it made sense for them to buy in volume. There were restaurants using Fire Cider as an ingredient in some amazing recipes, and there were juicebars and straight up bars where having a growler on the shelf with a pump-top made adding a shot to the intended beverage a cinch.

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Topics: Our Story, Tips/Advice, fire cider