[NAFEX] pear cider = perry

Tom Olenio tolenio at sentex.net
Mon Apr 5 07:59:51 EDT 2004


Hi Joe,

So is "perry" freshly pressed pear juice and "cider" freshly pressed apple juice?

I realized everyone understands what is meant, when someone prefixes "cider" with various fruit names, but
technically does "cider" refer to apples?

Just curious.

Thanks,
Tom

Joe Hecksel wrote:

>  I am struggling to remember the
> > specific term used for pear cider.
> >
>
> Perry.
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